Student performers brighten the stage at annual Culture Show

The university's 32nd Culture Show celebrates the diversity of the student body through traditional and contemporary performances

Student groups representing a variety of international art and performance styles took the stage in Shriver Hall on the Johns Hopkins University Homewood campus Friday night for the 32nd Culture Show, an annual celebration of music, dance, and theater traditions from around the world. Students from 14 campus groups showcased traditional and contemporary artistic styles such as Chinese lion dance, Bollywood fusion, and Latin dance, among other performances.

"The annual culture show is an evening where Hopkins celebrate the vast diversity of cultural expression through music, dance, and theatrical performances," said Kwame Phillips, assistant director at the Office of Multicultural Affairs, which hosted the event. "At this annual showcase, we celebrate the resiliency of key historic moments and the people who have had great impact on creating equitable spaces for all."

The Culture Show featured performances by student groups including: