Artists & Scholars Exhibition 2020

On April 18th in the Barony of Carolingia, the MoAS Office is sponsoring what it hopes to be a regularly occurring, rotating, kingdom A&S event. The event is based, not around competition, but is instead about creating spaces for positive feedback and interactions about A&S in the Kingdom.

The event will foster a supportive learning environment where artisans can guide each other as they learn, both about their field of interest, but also about how they can take their documentation, research, and individual A&S projects to the next level.

This event will feature:

  • An A&S Display with an all-day Consultation Table available for one-on-one feedback.
  • Classes, suitable for both beginning and advanced artisans, about research, presentation, display, documentation, and A&S culture.
  • Laurel Community Challenges based around a number of A&S categories, including:
    • Beginners’ Challenges
    • Embroidery
    • Fiber Arts
    • Costuming
    • Martial A&S
    • Performance Arts
    • Science/Technology
    • Culture/History
    • Paper Arts
    • Studio Arts
    • Food/Brewing

Registration is requested, but not required, for the display and the challenges.

For practical details about the event, please see the East Kingdom Event Calendar listing.

This is the recognized web site for the Minister of Arts & Sciences for the East Kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. and is maintained by Mistress Vika Grigina z Prahy. This site may contain electronic versions of the group's governing documents. Any discrepancies between the electronic version of any information on this site and the printed version that is available from the originating office will be decided in favor of the printed version. For information on using photographs, articles, or artwork from this website, please contact the Webminister, who will assist you in contacting the original creator of the piece. Please respect the legal rights of our contributors. Copyright © 2020 East Kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism. The original contributors retain the copyright of certain portions of this site.