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Great Hall StageAnnouncements and Class sign inTitle: Silk Banner Making
Teacher: His Excellency Sir Bartholomew Hightower
Title:Silent Heralds Panel
Moderator: TBD
The struggles of the Court Herald, Improvisation and techniques of the successful Vox Moderator: Karl Braden Von Sobernheim Panelists: Fia, Conohar, Wu Ragged StaffLunchCollege of Arms Technology Roundtable
Moderator: Andrewe Bawldwyn, OP
Laurel Principal King of Arms
Moderators will be discussing technology and the future of the CoA. Attendees are invited to discuss the direction of the College of Arms will be going in the future with regard to technological needs and desires.
Title:Sign Herald Round Table
Teacher: Nesscia inghean Chearnaigh
Description: A chance to provide te forum to discuss the potporri of topics thatSign Heralds encounter in teh Known World.
Title: Known World Signet Round Table
Description: Discuss the IKA of being a signet in different kingdoms, compare and contrast policies, and review scribal culture
Moderator: TBA
Panelists: TBA
Title: The Art of the Herald-Painter Teacher: Bruce Draconarius of Mistholme
Description: This class is intended to help artists with heraldic artwork, without need for vector graphics. We will cover layout of the shield; tips for drawing charges; the conventions of heraldic art; the limits of "license"; and more. Useful for scribes and consulting heralds. Materials needed: note-taking mater ials; sk etching paper and pencils
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Great Hall BackTitle: Micrography. Teacher: HE Varia Goffe, OL, OP. Description: What is Micrography and how it relates to scrolls. Fee: $2.00 for handoutTitle:Period Name Construction
Teacher: Dame Juliana de Luna
Description: We will review the most commonpatterns for name construction across medieval europe and where they are found. As part of this class we will discuss what patterns are desribed in Appendix A of SENA and how to document patterns using it.
Title: Irish Names
Teacher: Alys Ogress Herald
Description: This class will discuss names and naming practices in Irelandincluding both Gaelic and Anglicanized Irish Names. We will discuss Name Construction in both languages, research sources, and documentation
Title: "Armory Consulting in the Trenches" 
Teacher: Magistrate Emma de Fetherstan
description: How to talk to submitters without becoming the Big Mean Herald That Says "No". Complete with practical real-world examples, this class will suggest ways of solving the typical types of problems that arise with submissions, along with helpful and valuable customer service advice. 
Title: An Analysis of SENA Armory Returns: What to Watch Out For
Teacher: Magistra Emma de Fetherstan
Class Description: Part of being a good consulting herald is sending up the best possible submission. Examining pass/return rates and reasons at Laurel helps you know what to look for and avoid earlier in the consultation process.
Title: Carolingian Minuscule
Teacher: HE Casamira
More details TBD
Title: Celtic Knotwork the easy way
Teacher: Mistress Bronwyn
Class Description:Knotwork looks complicated but if you know the tricks you can easily create it yourself.
Materials Needed: Pencil
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Cascade 1Title: Pseudo-Japanese Calligraphy, a Hand and Discussion with Lord Yamanouchi Eidou
Description: A presentation and discussion on the principles of Japanese
Calligraphy and a new calligraphic hand based on English characters adapted
for a Japanese look.
Length: 55 minutes
Electricity and water needs: Some sort of AV hookup would be awesome.
Digital projector or something.
Age limit: None
Class size limit: None
Class fees: $3 for those who would like to have a fude brush at the end of
the class.
Materials to bring: None
Title: Demystifying Acnathus
Teacher: Maîtresse Jaquelinne de Radonvilliers
Description: Easy to understand, but difficult to master, acanthus leaf has been omnipresent in art for centuries. This class will feature a brief history of acanthus in art and architecture, and a study in how to draw and paint this graceful motif.
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Title: Fleuronnee Penwork
Teacher: Her Grace Caryn von Katzenburg, OL, OP
Description: 14th century filigree or fleuronnee ornament is a style of penwork, drawn freehand, whose design elements include plant forms and straight and curved lines in stylized patterns. Excellent examples can be found in Medieval Calligraphy by Marc Drogin (pg. 144, Plates 118-121) and The Story of Writing by Donald Jackson (Page 83, I). Basic design elements will be discussed and demonstrated, and the student will learn to combine them to create easy and unique letter ornamentation.
Students will need note taking materials, and a sketchpad and markers if desired. A calligraphy or art kit is not necessary for this class. NO FEE.
Title: Diapering (not the kid kind)
Teacher: Magistra fiametta da Trastevere
Description: Methods and Techniques of Medieval Diapering in Manuscripts
Bring a pencil and your favorite teeny tiny brush if you want to try some techniques.
Title: Using Technology Appropriately in Scribal Arts with Lord Yamanouchi Eidou
Description: A discussion concerning when and how to use technology,
especially computers, in the production of Scribal work. What programs can
be helpful and when is the use of technology too far?
Length: 55 minutes
Electricity and water needs: Some sort of AV hookup would be awesome.
Digital projector or something.
Age limit: None
Class size limit: None
Class fees: None
Materials to bring: None
Title: Coptic Bookbinding
Teacher: Maîtresse Jaquelinne de Radonvilliers
Description: A history of Coptic bookbinding will precede a hands-on workshop where you will learn the Coptic stitch, and take home your own book, bound by your own hands in the style of the Copts of Egypt from the 2nd Century to the 11th Century.
Materials: Kits with all necessary supplies will be available for the first 10 students.
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Cennini's Method, Start to finish with Lord Yamanouchi Eidou
Description: A lecture and discussion on the methods used by the ITalian
author and craftsmen for producing paintings and illuminations. We will
cover techniques, materials, and colors used in the Craftsmen's Handbook.
Length: 55 minutes
Electricity and water needs: Some sort of AV hookup would be awesome.
Digital projector or something.
Age limit: None
Class size limit: None
Class fees: None
Materials to bring: None
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Cascade 2Principle Heralds MeetingTitle: Gothic with Flat Feet!
Teacher: Lady Anne Elizabeth Morley (Marjorie Monroe-Fischer)
Class Description: Have you ever wanted to know how they made those flat feet in manuscripts like the Luttrell Psalter? Come and learn 'Gothic Textura Quadratta Precissa' (what a mouthful!).
Duration 2 Hours
Fee: $5.00
Materials needed: Mitchell No. 2 nib, holder and ink
Title: How to say thank-you with a rock
Teacher: Dame Gwenhwyvar verch Owen ap Morgan
Description: Non-paper scrolls - their history, scope and artistry. Plus, how to start using more of them in your scribal art program and what to require. Many people who would not consider them self to be 'scribes' can definitely do these.
Title: Scroll text workshop
Teacher: Katerinka Lvovicha
Description: This class will be an intermediate workshop on text interpretation and modification, using period exemplars from a variety of times and places. We will start with the general layout and format of a period document, and move into a hands-on workshop portion, where groups of two will work together to adapt a period text into a scroll text.
Materials needed: Pencil/Notepad
Illuminated Page Analysis
Teacher: Her Grace Caryn von Katzenburg de Clothilde
Number of Hours Required: 2
Class Size: no limit
Students will need note taking materials.
Course Description:
Have you ever looked at an illuminated manuscript page and thought "I could
never do that"? Well, you can. Learn how to see what's really on the page,
and how you can reproduce it or use elements from it to create your own
scroll design.
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Cascade 3Title: Voice Heraldry
Teacher: HE Karl Braden von Sobrenheim
Description: TBD
NP
Title: Name Pronunciation for Heralds
Teacher: Conchobhar mac Michil.
NP
Title: Heraldry of non-Heraldic Societies
Teacher: Sneferu sa Djedi mewetif Merit
NP
Title: Making Sign Videos
Teacher: Lady Hallerna
Description: How to make videos of signs for your kingdom
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Title:Name Conflict under SENA
Teacher: Dame Juliana de Luna
Description: This class will look at the principles and practice of name conflict. We'll talk about both personal and non-personal names, and even explore the part of presumption that's about identity and relationship claims with mundane protected people.
Title: An Hour with the Laurel Archivist
Teacher: Baroness Shauna of Carrick Point
Description: Want to know more about the behind-the-scenes and history of the College of Arms? Come visit with the Laurel Archivist and ask questions!
Title:Egyptian Names from Demotic Sources
Teacher: Sneferu sa Djedi mewetif Merit
Description:I know; it sounds weird. Egyptians in the SCA. But it's true. Our beloved Laurel has ruled that Egyptian names recorded in demotic script are compatible with SCA period. This includes records back to about 650 BC. And they're really easy once you get the hang of them. Come on over. I'll show ya how easy it is.
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