Culturescape Transports Audience Around the World in Two Hours

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ISA President Koyel Samtani, Vice President Tram Tran, and ISA advisor Marcella Deproto were MCs for this year’s Culturescape. (Photo by Binh Tran-Tu)
ISA President Koyel Samtani, Vice President Tram Tran, and ISA advisor Marcella Deproto were MCs for this year’s Culturescape. (Photo by Binh Tran-Tu)
The Hawaiian Ensemble performed two dance pieces that are both from Hawaiian and Tahitian culture.
The Hawaiian Ensemble performed two dance pieces that are both from Hawaiian and Tahitian culture.
The VarCity SF dance crew takes the stage by storm.
The VarCity SF dance crew takes the stage by storm.
Showcasing the various cultures of India, the Indian Student Organization performed a fusion of traditional and contemporary Indian dances like Bhangra, Garba and Bollywood.
Showcasing the various cultures of India, the Indian Student Organization performed a fusion of traditional and contemporary Indian dances like Bhangra, Garba and Bollywood.
At the end of the evening, all Culturescape performers came out on-stage for well-earned applause.
At the end of the evening, all Culturescape performers came out on-stage for well-earned applause.
Students went to McLaren Hall after the performances at the Presentation Theatre to feast on Filipino, Indian, Brazillian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Portuguese, and Salvadoran food.
Students went to McLaren Hall after the performances at the Presentation Theatre to feast on Filipino, Indian, Brazillian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Korean, Portuguese, and Salvadoran food.

All photos by Binh Tran-Tu

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