Shire meetings and practices are cancelled for the rest of the month. This request was made by PERC and agreed upon by the Shires Officers due to the recent precautions for COVID.
Stay Healthy and I will update everyone as i can for upcoming meetings in April.
-Abel atte Watere
There will be a Pouch Making Workshop on Wednesday, 11 March, 2020 at the Port Ewen Church Hall for anyone interested in learning how to make a leather pouch. The workshop will be hosted by Mistress Alayne and myself.
Some leather working tools will be provided, but feel free to bring your own. Please bring any pieces of soft leather that you wish to use for your project, though a few pieces may be available. The class can begin at 6pm or whenever interested parties show up thereafter. The class will probably be downstairs and will probably end at 9pm. Thanks! –Seraq, Barok’s Penance MOAS
Next Wednesday, 11 March, 2020, we will be having a pouch making workshop, starting at 6 PM
Everyone needs at least one pouch to hold their precious stuff…. learn how to make your own!
You will need heavy duty fabric or leather, a needle or a glover’s needle if you use leather, some heavy duty or waxed thread. scissors, a pair of pliers.
Alayne will bring some supplies, so if you want to make a pouch and don’t have any supplies, please email her at email@example.com
If anyone has extra leather or waxed thread etc that they are willing to allow people to use, please bring them on Wednesday. (Or drop them off at Alayne/Seraq’a house.)
A&S Display at Crowns: Registration Deadline = Saturday,
Just a quick reminder that any adult who wishes to display their
art at Crowns A&S, must register by Saturday (link is below).
We are lucky to still have a good bit of space available for
this. Please come display your art. All projects, regardless of the
level of the artisan or stage of completion, are more than welcome.
Those registering may choose to ask for an *optional* consultation
to receive feedback about their work.
Youth displaying at the event do not have to register but are
encouraged to contact Astridr at: firstname.lastname@example.org
-Lissa (Ek MoAS) email@example.com
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MoAS for A&S Education
you’re heading down to Bardic Champs this Saturday, in addition to all of the
amazing performances from the bards of the kingdom, the Ministry of Arts &
Sciences will be hosting the following discussions:
Consultation table, 11 am-noon. If you would like to get feedback on your
works-in-progress or your documentation, discuss future A&S endeavors, or
have any A&S questions at all, come chat with Mistress Lissa and I in the
in A&S, 1-2 pm. This class will cover common communication issues and how
to better understand them, ways to ensure feedback is done with consent, along
with tips on how to ask for and provide effective feedback that all parties are
up for giving and receiving. Designed equally for teachers and artisans alike
at any level. Led by Mistress Lissa in the Meeting Room.
you can’t make it down to Caer Adamant this weeked but still want to learn more
about documentation, research, feedback, and many other topics of interest to
artisans, you can always check out all of the resources available on the EK
MoAS page under teaching and learning: https://moas.eastkingdom.org/teaching-learning/
feel free to contact me here or at firstname.lastname@example.org
if you have any questions, or would like us to host A&S education classes
at your event.
MoAS for A&S Education