Peep Diorama Competition
Historic Milwaukee, Inc. invites you to participate in our first ever Peep Diorama Contest, taking place from March 8 until March 31! Based on the popular event by the Washington Post, contestants are asked to build shoe-box size dioramas showcasing Milwaukee’s built environment and rich history, using Peeps to represent characters in the scenes. Entries must be submitted by March 31 and will be judged by Historic Milwaukee Executive Director Stacy Swadish and Historic Milwaukee board members.
Left: Alexander Mitchell in Peep form (purple bunny) stands in front of the Mitchell Building with his business Peeps. By MacKenna Krupa.
Historic Milwaukee Peep Diorama Contest Guidelines:
- Create a scene referencing Milwaukee’s built environment and rich history. Get creative!
- Construct your diorama using a shoe-box or other comparably-sized item, not to exceed 3 feet wide by 2 feet deep by 2 feet tall
- Use Peeps to represent the characters in your scene
- Submit up to 5 JPEG images of the diorama on our website
- Provide relevant information: name, age, hometown, phone number, email address
- Title of diorama
- Description of scene
- Entries must be submitted by March 31
- First Place: Family Membership to Historic Milwaukee, a signed copy of John Gurda’s City of Neighbrohoods book, a Doors Open T-Shirt and pint glasses
- Second Place: Family Membership to Historic Milwaukee, and a copy of Missing Milwaukee by Yance Marti
- Third Place: Family Membership to Historic Milwaukee, and a copy of Missing Milwaukee by Yance Marti