Category Archive: Event info

May 14

Judges for the Science Fiction and Fantasy Masquerade

Byron Connell is happy to announce judges for the Science Fiction and Fantasy masquerade. Stage judges will be: — Janet Wilson Anderson — Trudy Leonard — Henry Osier Workmanship judges will be: — JoAnn Abbott —Aurora Celeste

Apr 24

Electronics for Costumers (order parts for Tutorial soon!)

We’re planning a tutorial workshop, with hands-on “labs”, in Electronics for Costumers. Somewhat like the session conducted by Sparkfun in Denver, we will cover the basics of how to reliably and safely light up a costume or prop. For those who want to go beyond using existing electronics as-found, this workshop will teach the basics …

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Apr 18


The hotel room block is closed. Should you still need a room, contact The Chairs.

Apr 17

CC 36 Site Selection Ballot

Download Costume Con 36 Site Selection Ballot Here: CC36_Site_Selection_Ballot

Apr 15

Stage Dimensions


Stage Dimensions 24 wide by 16 deep 2 wings on each side 4ft by 8ft

Feb 23

Harassment Policy

CostumeCon 33′s harassment policy can be found on the main menu. Or read it here.

Jun 24

Historic Masquerade Schedule

The historical masquerade will take place in the Carolina Ballroom on Sunday evening at 8PM, halftime TBA. The official announcement of the location of Costume-Con 36 will be officially announced during the awards ceremony at the end of the Historical Masquerade.

Oct 01

Sunday Cotillion

It Just Wouldn’t Be Southern without a Sunday Cotillion So just for fun, we decided to keep with tradition. Not only will we have the regular events such as the Friday Night Social, both Sci-Fi/Fantasy & Historical Masquerades, Doll competition, etc., but we’re also working on our very special “Sunday Brunch and Cotillion”. What is …

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Oct 01

Friday Night Social “Welcome to the Jazz Age”


Friday Night Social: We are having so much fun putting together our Friday Night Social that you won’t be able to help enjoying yourself. The overall theme is “Welcome to the Jazz Age”. It is where you’re invited to come see the infamous “Blind Tiger”. A term taken straight from the 1920’s era of prohibition for …

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