A&S Classes for the week

“Try”athalon: Nine Men’s Morris: Build and Play a Game
(June 22-28), project by Emeline la Chauciere and Phelippe le Vigneron

Tutorial: Nine Men’s Morris Tutorial
Facebook link: https://www.facebook.com/events/2628745584005244 


Tuesday, June 23: “But I Can’t Read That!” Doing Research in a Language You Don’t Know. 7:00 pm EDT. Instructors: Master Galefridus Peregrinus and Mistress Judith bas Rabbi Mendel. If you have ever been frustrated by finding that the perfect reference to document your project is in a language you don’t know, this class is for you. We’ll be talking about using online translation web sites, dictionaries, and many other tools that can help you to understand and use foreign language resources. While we will briefly touch on pictographic languages like Chinese and Japanese, our focus will be on languages written with alphabets. Meeting link: https://meet.google.com/fxa-dcfn-ddd


Saturday, June 27: The East Kingdom Brewers Guild is proud to present: U Brew U, an online beginner brewing schola! 3:00 – 6:00 pm EDT. Have you ever wanted to get into brewing, but you just haven’t been able to get going? Don’t know where to start? Need some help figuring out what this whole “historical brewing” thing is about? This is the event for you!

The guild has a great suite of content scheduled, divided into several Google Meet rooms. For a complete schedule, please visit https://moas.eastkingdom.org/list-of-online-webinars/

If you have any questions about U Brew U, please reach out to Magnus, Guildmaster, (Peter Olsen) at thewhaleshark@frontrowcrew.com


Sunday, June 28: Process Panel: A Discussion of Different Methods and Thought Processes for Artistic Work. 1:00-3:00 pm EDT. Have you ever struggled to organize your thoughts for a specific project? Abandoned a project because it failed? Tried to follow someone else’s directions for a large project only to find yourself lost in translation? Or perhaps, you have decided to forego artistic projects altogether as something you cannot accomplish. If any of these rings true for you, or if these questions have you thinking about how you think about artistic work — this panel discussion is for you. Six artisans in varying areas of expertise with different thoughts about artistic process will discuss how they work, what they think about the nature of the artistic process and why it matters. If you have a question you would like answered during this panel discussion, feel free to email them to Fiore (Gina Razon) at 184410@members.eastkingdom.org Meeting link: https://meet.google.com/zfr-btam-cwr


Thank you to everyone who has offered to teach.

If you would have an idea for a class you would like to teach online, or want to learn more about online teaching, please reach out to THL Mariette de Bretagne, Deputy MoAS for Education, education@eastkingdom.org. Our office can schedule classes and also provide advice for new teachers.

If you have an idea for a “Try”athalon Project, please e-mail, THL Amalie von Hohensee, at moas.north@eastkingdom.org

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