A Short Treatise on Process

"Process — having a goal, stating a plan of action, charting the steps, acquiring knowledge and resources for each step, and keeping a record as you execute each step.... I take the most pleasure in the A&S process itself and I am writing this treatise in an attempt to seduce you into this calling"

Master List of Online A&S Webinars

The MoAS office hops that this list can become an ongoing repository of online A&S classes being held by artisans throughout the kingdom.

As the MoAS Office learns about online A&S classes, we will post them here.

If you know of an online class to add to this list, please e-mail moas@eastkingdom.org

Second Online EK A&S Display

Welcome to our Second East Kingdom Online A&S Display! Our Eastern Artisans have shared their art with us, please enjoy! Show your support by leaving positive comments or questions (no critical/constructive feedback please – artisans who were looking for that are being connected directly with other artisans in their field) on their pages! Books Isabel... Continue Reading →

EK “Try”athalon

Each week the MoAS office will feature a new introductory level A&S project that can be completed using minimal materials and common materials you can find at home. If you have the time and energy, consider participating and trying something new.

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