Fashion Show Off puts wearable arts in spotlight

  • Tuesday, November 26, 2013 5:41pm
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Bunnell Street Arts Center sincerely thanks all who volunteered for this year’s wearable arts Fashion Show Off. Thank you to our audiences who came to support and experience the remarkable creative craftsmanship of this fiber arts community.

A huge thank you to our participating artists: Melanie Dufour, Bethany Orchard, Christine Kulcheski, Marie Walker, Jan Wallace, Risa Jackinsky, Keren Lowell, Caren Groupe, Sandra Sterling, Lynne Burt, Chelsey Arno, Beth  Carroll, Mike Glasgow, Beth Carroll, Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt, Pam Joslin, Kari Multz, Mahan Woods, Tocia Tymrak, Ginger VanWagoner, Tracy Anna Bader, Jen King, Carrie Reed, Susan DiFrancia, Aida Welch, Ann-Lillian Schell, Linda Skelton, Julianne Tomich, Sunrise Sjoeberg, Heather Johnson, Desiree Hagen, Lila Johnson, Brenda Dolma, Angelina Skowronski and Linda Lempe. 

Thank you to installation crew: Rob Adams, Brianna Allen, Dave Eckwert and  Jason Cameron; emcees: Michael Walsh, Ann-Margret Wimmerstedt and Sydney  Paulino; dressers: Melanie Dufour, Marilyn, Tara and Ria Hueper, Sabrina Abrahamson, Faye Smith,
Risa Jackinsky,
Susan DiFrancia,
Beth Carroll,
Aleda Yourdon,
Britt Milne,
Dana Lewis,
Patty Forquer,
Amy Christiansen and Linda Skelton; hair stylists Jerami Youngblood and Sam Smith; makeup artist Maura Brenin; lighting designer Jesse Bolt; DJ Rudy Multz; follow spot operators Desiree Hagen and  Jason Cameron; and photographers Lynda  Smogor and Michael Armstrong. 

Special thanks to the Mariner Theater for use of platforms and follow spots. 

Thank you to our models: Tocia Tymrak, Brandy McGee, Katie Jo Brock, Vicki  Sarber, Christine Kulcheski, Britt MacDonald, Marie Walker, Sunrise Sjoeberg,  Joleen Decker, Asia Freeman, Brandi Faulk, Hannah Baird, Kammi Matson, Brandi Simmons, Adele Groning, McKinzie Parker, Brianna Allen and Savanna Kinnard.

Thank you to Land’s End and its wonderful event’s coordinator, Christina Fenner. Most importantly, thank you to the Homer Fiber Arts Collective, especially artistic director and producer, Kari Multz, and co-artistic director, Lynn Burt; we look forward to many successful collaborations in the  future.

Brianna Allen

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