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Junk to Funk fashion show to feature recycled materials

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Mar '12
The Tecumseh Center for the Arts is pleased to announce Junk to Funk! Junk to Funk! is an eco fashion show, focused on making use of recycled materials and cast-off items to create traditional and avant-garde clothing.

Artists, designers, ecologists, and fashionistas are all invited to submit their creations and be part of the show, destined to be an evening to remember.

Junk to Funk! will take place at the Tecumseh Center for the Arts on Thursday, May 3, beginning at 6:00 pm. The evening includes hors d'oeuvres, music, a silent auction and of course, plenty of fashion.

The wearable creations will be judged in several categories by a panel of judges as well as those in attendance. Many of the garments featured in Junk to Funk! will be included in the silent auction. Attending Junk to Funk! or submitting a garment for the fashion show, will benefit the Tecumseh Center for the Arts.

The Tecumseh Center


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