Hatch Trashion Show to feature clothing made of recycled goods
URBANA — People who make high-style clothes using recycled materials are invited to apply to show off their creations in The Hatch Trashion Show.
The show, set for 6 p.m. March 7 in Lincoln Square Village in Urbana, is open to community members of all ages — there's even a category for kids age 10 and younger — but requires advance registration and payment of a $15 registration fee per entry.
Participants must submit a completed online form with payment and submit a garment-design description by Feb. 14. For information on how to apply go to bit.ly/1ieA0J3.
The event will be part of "Hatch," The IDEA Store's creative-reuse art festival from Feb. 28 to March 15. It is being produced in connection with Hatch visiting artist-in-residence Nancy Judd, a trashion designer/environmental educator and a co-founder of the Recycled Santa Fe Art Festival who has exhibited her trashion designs in high-traffic public spaces nationwide.