The 2015 Kings and Queens Arts and Science Championship will take place on March 7 Saturday March 7th in the Barony of L’lle du Dragon Dormant (Montreal). Please see the Kingdom Announcement for Event details.
The championship will be judged as a body of work. Entrants shall enter a minimum of two items with a maximum of five. No item should have won a previous King’s or Queen’s Championship. Each item should have been made within three years of the competition. The items can be from a single discipline or from multiple disciplines. The winner of the competition is the Queen’s Champion of Arts and Science. The King determines the Kings Champion of Arts and Science. Please see the complete announcement here:
King and Queen A and S Championship Announcement
Competition Registration Information
Please email the Registration form or the information to Master Luke Knowlton at Lukeknowlton@gmail.com with the subject line A&S CHAMPIONS REGISTRATION
Entrants MUST register in by February 1st, 2015 in order to coordinate judges.
East Kingdom Arts and Science Competition Registration
Research Papers and other Written Entries to be received no later than February 1st, 2015.Please email the entries with the subject line A&S CHAMPIONS WRITTEN ENTRY to both:
- Mistress Rainillt de Bello Marisco at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Master Luke Knowlton at email@example.com
Judging: Those interested in Judging please contact Master Luke Knowlton at the email above with the subject line A & S CHAMPIONSHIP JUDGING
Cooking Access: For entrants requiring cooking / kitchen access: it will be limited, but available. Please contact Cellach Donn Mhican Mhadaigh firstname.lastname@example.org, Phone: 450-667-1292 for further information and to have a spot reserved.
The date and place for the next King’s and Queen’s A&S Champions is now on the calendar: It will be held in Dragonship Haven on February 16th 2013.
Go check the rules and, even if you’re not interested in entering the competition, there will be a display and a challenge to honor the late Master Alexander Younger.
See you there.