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Friday, March 17 • 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Cosplay Contest

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The Cosplay Contest is an event for cosplayers to feature their costumes and for attendees to relax and watch some amazing cosplay. Cosplayers can choose between a walk-on and a skit for their performance. Cosplayers of all ages are welcome to join in on this fantastic and fun show!

All content must be PG-13 and conform to the convention's rules regarding costumes and props. At least 50% of your costume must be constructed by you. Characters must be a pre-existing property from movies, television, anime, comic book, etc. No original characters at this time - Gijinkas are allowed.

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CosPod Cosplay

CosPod is the podcast about all things cosplay. We cover everything from fantasy to sci-fi, from steampunk to mascots, and from anime to SCA. Our podcast discusses the materials, techniques, people and places of cosplay, including interviews with cosplayers, a gallery of fantastic costumes, and roundtable discussions of the meaning behind becoming your favorite characters. Find us on iTunes or PodcastAlley! | | Website: www.cospod.org... Read More →

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Cospod Cosplay
I've been sewing for about 16 years and cosplaying nearly that long as a hobbyist; I do work full time at a mundane job, and I'm a part-time symphony musician on the side.  (It helps finance my cosplay hobby.)   I tend to gravitate towards the anime and fantasy genres, mostly because I'm rather fond of sorcerers, elves, and magical girls.  Most of the time, my ambition is greater than my talent, haha.  I have won a couple of... Read More →
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Cospod Cosplay
The name is Valerie, but I cosplay and game under TifaIA. I got into cosplay as a rebellion against the Halloween wall of skin. It was so much fun making my own costume that I didn’t want to stop. For me cosplay is an artistic way to show my fandom. I was never big on fanfics. I can barely draw stick figures. But sewing and embroidery has always been an easy task for me.

Friday March 17, 2017 7:30pm - 8:30pm
Oak Ballroom Second Floor, left

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