2019 Quilt Show Judges
Mondo Guerra is a designer and social influencer whose innovative style and bold prints have caught the fashion world’s imagination, while his truth and courage captured the hearts of fans around the world when he first revealed his HIV+ status on “Project Runway” Season 8. He later went on to win the debut season of “Project Runway All Stars”. Mondo’s visual aesthetics often carry a social message that intersects his art with his advocacy. The Denver born artist is currently focused on the development of cutting edge multimedia content and continues to create modern designs that blend his fashion and social consciousness.
Cindy Seitz-Krug has been quilting for more than 25 years. She’s seen all points of the “quilting spectrum”, including being a nationally known teacher, an international award winning quilter, and a quilt show judge. Several of Cindy’s quilts have won top awards at U.S. shows such as AQS Lancaster, Pacific International Quilt Festival, and Road to California. She’s also been a judge at many quilt shows, including Road to California and several AQS Quilt Week events.
Anne Sullivan is an assistant professor of digital media at Georgia Tech in Atlanta, GA. She has been quilting and designing patterns for over 10 years and has had her quilts shown in a number of magazines and exhibits both regionally and internationally. She was the founder of the Quilt Design A Day group, and helped organize the Quilt Design A Day quilt exhibit at QuiltCon 2016. Her quilt designs have been featured on websites and apparel, used for three MQG Quilt of the Month patterns, and she has also been featured on the Fresh Quilting TV show. She is the creator of the Palette Builder and Equal Quilt Design tools on her website http://www.play-crafts.com/. Anne's work draws inspiration from the personal stories and experiences we all share, and using design theory to express these in a visual medium. She has two cats whose sole mission is to sleep on every piece of fabric she owns.