Thank you to all of the Ozians who participated in WICKED week of our Sew for the Show: Mask Design Challenge!
And the winners are…
Congratulations, Reita and Serena!
Reita and Serena will be joining our Sew for the Show week 1 and 2 winners, Cheryl, Addie, Aubrey and Amelia, for a final Sew for the Show challenge! The six designers will have until end of day, Sunday, Aug. 9 to submit a photo of their mask with the theme, Bring Back Broadway. We will announce the two grand prize winners on Monday, Aug. 10!
Best of luck, designers!
Sew for the Show: Mask Design Challenge
Artists, designers and creatives of all ages are invited to enter the Blumenthal Performing Arts four-week, Broadway-themed mask design challenge Sew for the Show!
Each Monday throughout the challenge, we will announce which Broadway show on our upcoming season will inspire that week’s mask theme. Participants will have until end of day the following Sunday to design, create and submit a photo of their show-themed mask.
Juried by Charlotte-area professional costume designers Angela Harris, Jason Estrada and Paula Garofalo, the winning submission from the previous week will be announced on the following Monday, along with the upcoming week’s show theme. The challenge will culminate with one final showdown between the winners from each week prior for a grand prize!
All ages are welcome to enter, and participation is free. Participants 12 years of age and under will be entered into the Sew for the Show: Young Designers Mask Challenge.
Each week’s winner from both age brackets will receive (2) complimentary tickets to opening night of the featured Broadway show. The grand prize winner will receive opening night tickets to ALL THREE featured shows!
Check out a few how-to videos below featuring our incredibly talented guest judges!
Angela Harris and her daughter Emily (a TWO-time Blumey Award winner) put together an excellent tutorial on how to make a base mask using repurposed items you have at home.
Jason Estrada walks us through the basics of making a face mask with a sewing machine!
Paula Garogalo shows us how to make a base mask using a simple hand-stitch!