By: Agnes Marie de Calais When I started in the SCA I was a fencer. I loved the thrill of the fight, training, sore muscles and how it felt to take the field. However, after I aged in ways that made this activity not medically an option, I didn’t know where to go or where... Continue Reading →
See what classes and consultation opportunitites the MoAS Office will be offering in January
Greetings- With the new year upon us, the MOAS office has a Q&A post regarding dates for A&S projects that it wishes to share with everyone. Thank you for reading, and have a happy new year! Question for the MoAS Office: "I found a great example of a "thing" that I want to try to... Continue Reading →
Greetings! The MoAS Office has taken steps over the past several years to try to make the Crown's A&S Championship competition more accessible for a wider variety of entrants. I want to take a moment to talk about these efforts, some of which you might be familiar with, and some of which might be new... Continue Reading →
Recently, the MoAS office has debuted a class called Consent in A&S: giving and receiving feedback. At the moment, we are still working on piloting that class a bit more before we make the notes from it publicly accessible online. However, I wanted to take a question that came up at one of those classes... Continue Reading →
The EK Arts and Sciences Consultation tables are provided to allow everyone the opportunity to meet with experienced artisans to discuss A&S within the SCA. These tables are designed to help artists of the Society further their own journey on their chosen A&S path, discussing and getting advice on project scope, documentation, research, and potential pitfalls of... Continue Reading →
Question for the A&S Minister: "Should I enter A&S Championships?" ... Well, that’s something artisans really need to figure out for themselves. Read this post to hep you to figure out what is the right answer for you.