"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"
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 →
By: THL Amalie von Hohensee The subject of competitions is a hot topic in the A&S world, and the range of personal experiences and emotional responses is vastly varied. Some artisans have been challenged and encouraged by their participation, others have been frustrated or even devastated by their experience. I want to begin my discussion... Continue Reading →
See what classes and consultation opportunitites the MoAS Office will be offering in January
Question for the MoAS Office: “There’s no one that does what I do. Why should I even bother?” Have you heard a friend say something like this? Maybe you’ve even said it yourself? “I don’t have fun with A&S activities because no one does what I do.” Guess what. I’ve said this myself, too. And... Continue Reading →