Master List of Online A&S Webinars

Tuesday, October 20: Off-Hand Items: The Fabris Way, 7:00 pm EDT. Instructor: Donnovan Shinnock. This class will look at the common principles of off-hand items based on what Fabris says about dagger and cloak, extrapolating them to things like stick, buckler, sword, an empty hand, and so on. Meeting link: https://meet.google.com/zug-ckoz-oip

Wednesday, October 21: Capturing Your A&S Process for Competition or Display, 7:00 pm EDT. Instructor: Nobildonna Fiore Leonetta Bardi. This class will discuss how to present aspects of your project and process so that they shine. Of necessity, we will discuss how to best display your work in a virtual medium (as well as in a more traditional A&S setting) and how to work around limitations caused by differences in access or aptitude with technology. A question and answer period will be included at the end of the class. Meeting link: https://Jefferson.zoom.us/j/99114875570

Tuesday, November 3: Introduction to Documentation, 7:00 pm EST. Instructor: Baroness Mariette de Bretagne. You’ve got the project, now show your work! Whether you’re preparing for a display or a competition, this class will help you figure out the what, when, how, and why of creating A&S documentation. Meeting link: TBD

Wednesday, November 11: Introduction to the Research and Performance Rubric, 7:00 pm EST. Instructor: Mistress Elena Hylton assisted by Nobildonna Fiore Leonetta Bardi. During this class we will look at sample documentation and both the research and performance rubrics together, and try some sample scoring. The goal is to ensure a more consistent judging experience for all our artisans, and to decrease stress in judges by providing a framework to work from. Meeting Link: TBD

Tuesday, November 17: Advanced Research & Documentation, 7:00 pm EST. Meeting link: TBD

Wednesday, November 25: Introduction to the General A&S Rubric, 7:00 pm EST. Instructor: During this class we will look at sample documentation and the general rubric together, and try sample scoring. The goal is to ensure a more consistent judging experience for all our artisans, and to decrease stress in judges by providing a framework to work from. Please note: This will be the last round of rubric calibration using the existing documentation examples – if you have not taken this online yet and are interested in judging or rubrics you can take this as well as our November version for additional experience. Meeting link: TBD

If you would like to teach a class, please e-mail: moas@eastkingdom.org

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