The 8th Annual Alt.Oscar Awards

Kostume Kult & House of Yes Present!

The 8th Annual Alt.Oscar Awards

Kostume Kult brings back the Alt.Oscars Awards after a 5 year hiatus.
Don’t miss this interactive Oscars viewing party with costumes from recent films or pop culture!
Join in the glam-absurdity of our red carpet, enjoy the dedicated Hollywood Oscar viewing area (with sound!)
and be nominated to win the coveted “Alty” or only slightly less coveted “Alty Jr.”,
given out in a variety of character categories. It’s a major award!

While Hollywood caters to “Celebrity Culture”, the Alt. Oscars advocates “Participatory Culture”
where the velvet rope is open to all who make an effort, encouraging everyone to participate – to express their style,
points of view and humor. We enjoy the style of the Oscars and pay homage to all the actors and filmmakers,
but with New York City attitude!

Oscar Night
Sunday, March 4
6pm – 12am

House of Yes
2 Wyckoff Ave, Brooklyn


FREE before 7pm with RSVP:

21+ | No Re-Entry



MC Christopher Hardwick
Red Carpet Host Samara Dunn

ALTY AWARD Categories

Best Costume
Best Celebrity Impersonation
Most Tragic
Most Comedic
Best Couple
Best Group Theme
Most Woke
Mystery Categories x2


Best Unintentional Comedy
Best Protest
Biggest Hair
Least Dressed
Best Bribery
Mystery categories

Also being presented:

The Costume Cultural Society Lifetime Achievement Award!

Alt.Oscar Dance Floor DJs

Ali Coleman
David Kiss


Producers: Eliza Spear & Ema Takeda


Costume Cultural Society is the non-profit parent behind the Kostume Kult community project.
CCS is a non-profit that advocates costuming, themed events and participatory art forms.
Kostume Kult is an all-volunteer organization that produces a a year-round schedule of interactive,
community based creative activities including group participation at festivals (Burning Man!)
and parades with multiple costume themed fundraising events to support it all.


Behave with beauty, connect with intention.
We are obsessed with CONSENT.
Always ASK before touching anyone in our House.
Anyone who cannot follow this simple rule
will be escorted to the sidewalk.

::::::: Community and Accessibility :::::::

This is a space for everyone to feel welcome and loved.
Racism, sexism, ableism, ageism, homophobia, transphobia, xenophobia will not be tolerated
at our House. All entrances and spaces within the venue are single-level and handicap accessible.
There are stairs leading to the upper portions of the stage, for those who wish to dance in the
spotlight. Gender neutral bathrooms are easily located throughout the venue.