The Princeton Environmental Film Festival is just over a month away, and the library is already gearing up with some excellent programming to compliment the screenings and discussions taking place.
They are excited to announce the first ever PEFF Trashion Show - a fashion show of original designs made from items that would otherwise have been discarded or recycled - on Saturday, March 28th at 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room. And Princeton-area students, we need you to help us make it spectacular.
Participation is open to students in grade 3 through undergraduate university. To enter the trashion show, complete the online registration form. The deadline to enter is Saturday, March 14.
Suggested materials for your trashion designs include (but are not limited to):
Incomplete decks of cards
Metal/plastic bottle caps
Wrinkled tissue paper
Empty tape rolls/spools of thread
Foam peanuts/packing material
Let your creativity rule! But keep in mind, transparent or revealing designs are prohibited. For trashion inspiration, visit their Pinterest board.
Want to participate but don't know where to start?
Come to Trashion Design Workshops. Please bring materials you would like to use to create your design. Start collecting now! Workshops will be held in the Princeton Public Library Conference Room on the following dates:
Saturday, February 21 from 2 - 3:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 28 from 10:30 - noon
The workshops are drop in, and participation in them is not required for entry into the trashion show. But registration is required for participation in the trashion show itself, so don't forget to complete the online registration form to enter your design.