MisCon 32 Panel Volunteer
Gail Glass is a retired recreation therapist who has been costuming and dancing for fun since childhood. For twenty five years she has mostly stayed behind the scenes at masquerades, doing panels on costuming, alternative medicine and healing dance. Essentially a master hall costumer, she attends several cons a year with her husband, physicist, writer and artist James Glass. Her hobbies are foreign travel, drum circles, and collecting turtles. Spokane is their residence, but they retire to California and Arizona for the winter season.
Scheduled Panels and Presentations:
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Sat 2:00 - 2:50 PM, Cosplay Meet and Greet, Ballroom C
Panelists: BJ Allen-Prudden, Christine Barkl, Chris Blazer, Max Franicevich, Jessa Fuerst-Hinther (Ruby Riddle), Gail Glass, Lynn Martyn, Erika Noble (Eekie), Lily Oliver, Katie Rhodes, Meagan Scruggs
Don your costume and then come on down to meet everybody. Our panelists and pros (both current and past) will be rubbing shoulders with our one-of-a-kind cosplay community. This is a great time to get a preview of what’s planned for cosplayers this year, or get help with any last minute fixes or snafus with your costume.
- Break Sat 2:50 - Sun Noon
Sun Noon - 12:50 PM, Making Superhero Masks, Ballroom C
Panelists: Chris Blazer, Gail Glass
Protect your true identity -- wear a mask. But not just any mask -- make a Super mask. Give it an expression, or maybe have it double up as a helmet. Or take the dark path and make a mask suitable only for the worst Villain.
- Break Sun 12:50 - Sun 7:00
Sun 7:00 - 7:50 PM, Costume Skit Contest, Dragon Pavilion (1)
Panelists: Butte Magic , Chris Blazer, Jessa Fuerst-Hinther (Ruby Riddle), Gail Glass, Becky Harouz, Lacy Zee (Vox Moxxi)
MisCon's Skit Contest! Participants will show off their costumes and acting skills awards will be given for the best as well as the audiences favorite.
- Break Sun 7:50 - Mon 10:00
Mon 10:00 - 10:50 AM, Captain Cheaptastic, Ballroom B
Panelists: Christine Barkl, Chris Blazer, Gail Glass, Katie Rhodes
Raid the pantry, clean out the garage, and dredge up the basement. Learn how to turn out a costume using basic materials and tools you probably have at home, or can easily find for minimal cost.