Webminister

The Webminister is the webmaster for the group. This good gentle is warranted (approved) by the East Kingdom Webminister, and provides content and technical support to their local group.

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Baroness Christina Jenevra de Carvalhal – Jenevra, please – serves as the Shire’s Webminister. She works in I.T. in her mundane life, and is happy to share her skills with this fine group of people.

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The East Kingdom Webministry maintains several tools for the use of the Kingdom.

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EK Wiki, A&S, and you!

Posted by on Dec 5, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

Transcript from the Unofficial EK Discussion Facebook Group The list of categories for Arts and Sciences has been dramatically expanded on the EK Wiki! Many thanks to the work by Mistress Christina Jenevra de Carvalhal and our wonderful Kingdom MOAS Mistress Lissa Underhill to create and vet the expanded list.The wiki now has over 161 categories to allow you to more discretely list your interests on your personal page. To see what categories are now available, check out the list here:...

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Save the Date: Artists & Scholars Exhibition

Posted by on Dec 5, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

On April 18th in the Barony of Carolingia, the MoAS Office is sponsoring what it hopes to be a regularly occurring, rotating, kingdom A&S event.The event is based, not around competition, but is instead about creating spaces for positive feedback and interactions about A&S in the Kingdom.The event will foster a supportive learning environment where artisans can guide each other as they learn, both about their field of interest, but also about how they can take their documentation, research, and individual A&S projects to the next...

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Updated A&S Crown Champions Information

Posted by on Dec 5, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

More detailed information about Crowns A&S Championships, including *deadlines* and minorly *updated rubrics* has been posted to the MoAS web page. Please see the drop-down menu at the top for a list of subpages with detailed, and hopefully helpful, information. Much of this will be similar to last year. Especially important/notable updates are listed on the first page.https://moas.eastkingdom.org/displays-competitions/crowns-as-champions-2020/Please also see this link for an up to date list of MoAS sponsored classes. More information...

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100 Minutes War: By- the-Book Tournament

Posted by on Nov 6, 2019 in Fencing, MoAS | 0 comments

A Historical Martial Arts opportunity InformationRun by: Don Lorenzo Gorla Date: 11/23Site Opens: 9:00 AMLocation: Camp Sacajewea884 White Lake RoadSparta, NJ 07848 This is an opportunity for practitioners of historical arms to display their knowledge, enthusiasm, and training in their particular field of study. Combatants will be given an opportunity to briefly discuss their study, display any written works or items crafted that have aided in their study (arms, armor, short papers, etc.), and finally have a practical opportunity to display...

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St. Eligius: Art of Combat Challenge

Posted by on Nov 6, 2019 in Fencing, MoAS, Uncategorized | 0 comments

A Historical Martial Arts opportunity InformationRun by: Don Cristoffel d’Allaines-le-Comte Contact: 123956@members.eastkingdom.orgDate: 11/16Start Time: 2:30 PmLocation: Immanuel Lutheran Church164 Hanover StreetMeriden, CT 06451 Choose your favorite period Master’s combat style. Bring documentation and/or a description of the Master and play you choose to use. Describe the action and perform it for your team of judges. It is recommended that you have descriptive props such as handouts or other ways to help explain your actions. The...

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Effective communication of A&S feedback

Posted by on Nov 6, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

Recently, the kingdom’s MoAS office has debuted a class called Consent in A&S: giving and receiving feedback. At the moment, they’re are still working on piloting that class a bit more before making the notes from it publicly accessible online. However, they wanted to take a question that came up at one of those classes and discuss it everyone, as they think it provides a good example of what the class is trying to help with.EXAMPLE*Novice Artisan*: Asks a more experienced artisan if they should do X, Y, Z project for an...

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A&S Class: River Wars

Posted by on Oct 15, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

The EK MoAS office will be offering a class at River Wars in Iron Bog on October 19th.Consent in A&S: Giving and Taking Helpful FeedbackTime: 3:00-4:00, Location: A&S PavilionDescription:In an ideal Society, artisans create work for the joy that it brings them, and Laurels give feedback to fulfill the mission of their peerage to help encourage and teach others. However, if feedback is not given or received properly, hurt feelings can (and do!) occur. Artisans can be discouraged from pursuing their ideas, with Laurels being branded as...

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Call for A&S Research Articles

Posted by on Oct 2, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

This is a reminder that the EK Gazette is actively looking for articles to publish on A&S research topics. Have you just finished some fascinating original research? Can you tell us about a day in the life of your persona? Do you have a fabulous method of producing something in a medieval style? The East Kingdom is rich in artisans and scientists, and the East Kingdom Gazette provides a platform for their written work to be shared by publishing Arts & Sciences Research Papers! If you wish to see topics covered by past papers, you can...

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Teaching in the SCA

Posted by on Oct 2, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

Recently, the East Kingdoms’ MoAS learned that several individuals were being told that one must have an A&S award to teach; that only laurels could teach; or that only individuals under the supervision of a laurel could teach. This announcement is to reaffirm, to everyone, that this is *absolutely* not true. Anyone can and is welcome to teach if they so desire. It’s a service to spread knowledge of the Arts & Sciences in our community and to help others grow and learn. If you wish to teach but are not comfortable doing...

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Southern Region Scribal Work Day

Posted by on Sep 3, 2019 in MoAS | 0 comments

Following the success of similar work days up north, it’s been decided that there will be a Southern Region work day, with the goal of completing backlog scrolls (and/or scroll blanks) for the Kingdom.Additional details here:https://www.facebook.com/events/209728983277389/?ti=icl If you cannot come to the work day but would be interested in wordsmithing ahead of the event, please let the Bhakail MOAS know (arts@bhakail.eastkingdom.org).This is not a workshop, there will not be any formal teaching – but scribes of all skill levels...

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