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Costuming for All

Costuming for All By Carlos Bautista As we are in the midst of putting our marching band shows on the field, and preparing for indoor season, one aspect of the show design to take into consideration is performer aesthetics such as costume, body tights, makeup, and hair. It can be easy to overlook the experience of the few performers that may be feeling out of place for the general idea you want in aesthetics. For [...]

By |August 3, 2022|Categories: Featured Story, News, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

The Cookout

On Sunday, April 10, the day after WGI World Championships, the ballroom of the Dayton Marriot Hotel was the site of a historic event. The first ever Cookout! The Cookout 22 was a celebration for colorguard instructors, designers, performers, and judges of color. The idea started from a chance picture that was taken in the hotel lobby three years earlier at the 2019 WGI Championships when a group of friends took a candid photo that [...]

By |July 23, 2022|Categories: Featured Story, News, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Recruiting for an Inclusive Program

Recruiting for an Inclusive Program By Carlos Bautista As many of us are gearing up for band camp, and the start of the new school year, it would be a great opportunity to analyze where your program is at in terms of equity, diversity, and inclusion!  For scholastic programs, the goal should be to reflect the general student population in the team. For instance, if Jane Doe HS is made up of 45% caucasian students, [...]

By |July 23, 2022|Categories: Featured Story, News, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments

Access Scholarship Recipients

On behalf of the Access Committee and the FFCC, thank you to everyone who applied. There were many qualified and impressive candidates this year. Thank you to our sponsors at McCormick's for providing funds for one of our scholarships, and to the many individual donors who have contributed to the Access Program over the past year. We were pleased to be able to offer five scholarships, up from three in 2021. Congratulations to our 2022 [...]

By |January 10, 2022|Categories: News, Uncategorized|Tags: |0 Comments
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