Baron Wars XVII
Arts and Sciences

   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
A&S COMPETITION 10am-3pm
Come to Boars Head and vote in the A&S competition. The populace bean count will be a display of your work - documentation is not required. Winner will receive handmade feast gear by Baroness Helewyse DeBirkestad (Thank you Helewyse!)

YOUTH A&S 10am-3pm
We have made up youth packets for pick up at Boar's Head from A&S Coordinator, Artemisia Voltera. Pick up any time so that you can have things for your child to do throughout the day. We will have all different age ranges of packets. Donations welcome.

Class Schedule


Classroom 1 Classroom 2 Boars Head
10-10:30 am

Running the Gate for Exchequers - Signora Elisabetta Morosini di Mettenini
10:30-11
The Worthy Master Pierre Patelin Script Read-Through - Nicodemus Heathfield
11-12:00 Turning Modern Kimono into Period Japanese garb - Onora Suddern Intro to Cloisonne' – Gwenllian Annwyl
12-1:00 Creative Embroidery - Avigayl Bat Avraham How to Paint Bar and Ivy Illumination - Lady Cerridwen of Crowford
1-2:00 Japanese Tea & Military Culture – Kimiko
2-3:00 Intro to Magic – Dr. Henery Best North Oaken Local MOAS Meeting Event Planning and Paperwork for Exchequers - Signora Elisabetta Morosini di Mettenini

Sgt Shimazu Mitsunaga - unofficial "Japanese armor how to"
It will start either after the days fighting or after court. Whichever time people start to find me Plans will be provided to take home. I will also try and provide poster board and what not Location: near battlefield in a silver pop-up

Class Descriptions

Gwenllian Annwyl - Intro to Cloisonne'
Create a cloisonne' enamel piece of your own! Students will be provided with materials to complete a piece. Class limit:15, Time: 3 hrs-ish, Age limit: 15 or with parent supervision, Cost: $20 - includes kit, handout, instructors materials, and use of kiln. Please bring: Pliers and wire cutters if you have them, some available for use. I will be able to accept credit cards : D

Avigayl Bat Avraham - Creative Embroidery
Embroidery with no patterns and no rules; how to make simple garb FABULOUS. Cost: $1 optional for practice materials Covers: fabric, thread, needles. To bring: Optional- simple garb to discuss how to "Bling" it

Lady Cerridwen of Crowford - "How to Paint Bar and Ivy Illumination"
Learn to paint this popular International Gothic style illumination by making a small scroll. Class limit: 10 people ages 10 and over, 2 hours. Materials provided or bring your own if you prefer.

Kimiko - "Japanese Tea & Military Culture"
Learn about Japanese military culture, and drama in the Momoyama period all related to tea! Bring a cup, enjoy some tea while learning about murder, piracy, ritual suicide, war, and more all as a result of tea. Will also include a discussion SCA misconceptions about what Japanese tea ceremony is, and debunk them with sources. Age Restriction: Ages: 16+ many adult themes. Bring: A cup for drinking. Optionally - paper and pen for poetry submissions and readings.

Onora Suddern - Turning Modern Kimono into Period Japanese garb
This class will teach people how to turn a modern kimono into passable period Japanese garb.
Nicodemus Heathfield -The Worthy Master Pierre Patelin Script Read-Through Translated by Maurice Relonde
A scheming lawyer, inexplicable madness, sheep, and a trial for the ages make The Worthy Master Pierre Patelin one wacky farcical comedy! Come play a part as we read through the script in a dramatic fashion! Translated by Maurice Relonde and originally written in French, this fifteenth-century anonymous medieval farce was extraordinarily popular in its day, and held an influence on popular theatre for over a century! 1.5 hrs, Age: 16+

Intro to Magic - Dr Henry Best
Theory and practice of magic as a performance art, taught by a professional magician. We will cover three period tricks from Scot's Discoverie of Witchcraft, 1584, for close-up, parlor, and stage. The class will be sworn to secrecy and real working methods will be taught.

Event Planning and Paperwork for Exchequers (1 hour) - Signora Elisabetta Morosini di Mettenini, (new Kingdom Deputy Exchequer for Training)
We will go over a recommended checklist of things you may need to do, along with a timeline in which to get them done, preparing a budget, working with ACCEPS, and completing the Event and NMS reports.

Running the Gate for Exchequers (1 hour) - Signora Elisabetta Morosini di Mettenini, (new Kingdom Deputy Exchequer for Training)
We will learn how to use the new required forms, and other things you may need to run gate smoothly.

Sgt Shimazu Mitsunaga - unofficial "Japanese armor how to"
It will start either after the days fighting or after court. Whichever time people start to find me Plans will be provided to take home. I will also try and provide poster board and what not Location: near battlefield in a silver pop-up



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