Want to teach an online class, but need help?

The Ministry of Arts & Sciences would like to encourage our artisans to explore using Google Meet as an option to create online A&S classes for our Kingdom.


Do you have a class that you could teach online, maybe a lecture on your research, a demonstration of a technique, a crafting skill to teach that people would have supplies on hand to learn at home? We would love to support you in running it as an online class!

What Did the King’s Musketeers’ Uniforms Look Like? (paper)

Master Remy Delamontagne de Gascogne, Barony of Carolingia EK Wiki: https://wiki.eastkingdom.org/index.php?title=Remy_Delamontagne_de_Gascogne There are few uniforms more iconic than the Musketeers tunic. Thanks to Alexandre Dumas and Hollywood, it is celebrated as a symbol of brotherhood, friendship, and justice. And Hollywood has created a whole slew of different looks and designs for the Musketeers uniforms —... Continue Reading →

14th/15th Century Poulaines

Sir William (aka Galvyn) Lockhart, Barony of Settmour Swamp EK Wiki: https://wiki.eastkingdom.org/index.php?title=William_Lockhart My project is based on late 14th century / 15th century footwear called poulaines. Poulaines are turnshoes with exaggeratedly long toes, which just seems fun. Nothing says I’m young & fashionable, by having your shoes show up a few minutes before you do!... Continue Reading →

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