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Dance Room 1Dance Room 2Heraldry Room 1Heraldry Room 2Miscellaneous 1Miscellaneous 2Scribal Room 1Preprint RoomMusicians' Practice RoomQuad
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9:00:00Dancing for Shy PeopleThe Inns of Court------------Gold Falcon Meet and Greet (part 1)The Persian Book of Kings in IlluminationScroll Layout 101 (part 1)Illumination for Beginners -- A Preprint Class
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10:00:00Progression DancesEnglish CountryRules for SubmissionsGold Falcon Meet and Greet (part 2)Beast BlazonryScroll Layout 101 (part 2)Making Gessoed Panels (Part 1)Introduction to the New PreprintsDoodily BitsFighter Practice Opens
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11:00:00Middle Eastern Dance BasicsFun for ThreeTamga: The Proto-Heraldic Tradition of Eurasian NomadsBasic Emblazoning with MS PaintConverting Your Heraldry to a Standard-BannerIntroduction to WhiteworkThe Nuts and Bolts of SCA Dance Bands
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LUNCH-------------------------------------------------------
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1:00:00Italian Dance Steps & Rosti Boli/Giosso in TreIntro to Persian DanceAwards and Sumptuary Laws of CalontirCreating Complex Lines with MS PaintIntroduction to Tournament ShoutingHow to Design an Award Scroll for an Early Period PersonaBall Rehearsal
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2:00:00Beginning Italian and How to Flirt (part 1)Consulting Table: Armory Practicum (part 1)Introduction to Court HeraldryCreating Fancy Fields with MS PaintHeraldic Creatures for ScribesLovers' Braid (And Other Dances in the English Style)Playing with Period Pigments (part 1)Ball Rehearsal
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3:00:00Beginning Italian and How to Flirt (part 2)Consulting Table: Armory Practicum (part 2)Heraldry in a FlashPlayne Spuds, or: How To Be A CommentatorMaking Gessoed Panels (Part 2)Playing with Period Pigments (part 2)Ball RehearsalFighter Practice Closes
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COURT: Tentatively scheduled for 4:30. Between the end of the last block of classes and the beginning of court, there will be singing in the court room.
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CLASS NAMEINSTRUCTORROOMTIMEDESCRIPTION
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Awards and Sumptuary Laws of CalontirDoña Alexandra Vazquez de GranadaHeraldry Room 11:00:00 Always wanted to know the difference between a Leather Mallet and a Silver Hammer? Wondered why "that guy over there" can wear a white belt, but not you? Do all the different "shiny hats" look the same to you? Come to the Awards of Calontir and Sumputary Laws class! There will be games and candy!
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Basic Blazoning with MS PaintLady Pipa SparkesHeraldry Room 211:00:00Learn the basics of how to create black/white line-drawing emblazons suitable for submission forms using Microsoft Paint, a free graphics program included in all versions of Microsoft Windows.
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Beast Blazonry Lady Jacqueline de MeuxMiscellaneous 110:00:00How do we describe what position that animal is in so
that others can understand us? Come and find out.
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Beginning Italian and How to FlirtBaron Donald McDonaldDance Room 12:00:00Class will cover Rosti boli, Ameroso, Contrapassa en due, and Petite Reine.
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Consulting Table: Armory PracticumMaster Modar NeznanichDance Room 22:00:00Discussion of being a consulting table herald followed by practice armory examples being given to attendees.
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Converting Your Heraldry into a Standard-BannerMaster Modar NeznanichHeraldry Room 211:00:00Discussion of some period motifs used on heraldic standard-style banners. Followed by conversation of ways attendees can use their heraldic elements on a standard-banner.
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Creating Complex Lines with MS PaintLady Pipa SparkesHeraldry Room 21:00:00Step-by-step processes to create all of the standard complex lines (from dovetailed to wavy) for emblazons using Microsoft Paint, a free graphics program included in all versions of Microsoft Windows.
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Creating Fancy Fields with MS PaintLady Pipa SparkesHeraldry Room 22:00:00Step-by-step procedures to create all of the standard, registerable complex field divisions and field treatments using Microsoft Paint, a free graphics program included in all versions of Microsoft Windows. Will also cover an easy and adaptible technique for using a complex field treatment in any portion of an emblazon.
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Dancing for Shy PeopleDragomir SasulDance Room 19:00:00Simple and fun dances for shy people that are easy to get into without much, if any, anxiety. (Non-shy people welcome)
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Doodily BitsMaster Christian d'HiverMusic Room10:00:00An introduction to divisions, ornamentation, and other common forms of musical embellishment. Students will ornament passages from songs or Susato dance tunes
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English CountryHL Cathus the CuriousDance Room 210:00:00Grimstock, Dargasson, Chestnut
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Fun for ThreeMaster ConradDance Room 211:00:003 dances for 3 people. When the numbers weren’t even, the Italians got odd.
An exploration of 15th C. Balli for 3; the simple and silly Belfiore, the playful
Vita di Cholino and the elegant close, far, close of Voltate in Ca Rosina.
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Gold Falcon Meet And GreetMs. Dorcas WhitecapHeraldry Room 29:00:00The first hour will be a formal meeting; the second is informal. There will be donuts!
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Heraldic Creatures for ScribesLady Jacqueline de MeuxMiscellaneous 12:00:00What is that beastie in the border?
Come see some period depictions of animals in illumination.
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Heraldry in a FlashMs. Dorcas WhitecapHeraldry Room 13:00:00Spend an hour learning and practicing the basic terms used in heraldry. Tinctures! Ordinaries! Sub-Ordinaries! Lines of division! And much, much more! How can I fit it into a 1-hour class? With flashcards! How can I teach heraldry before court? With flashcards! How can you, yes YOU, learn and remember heraldry? With flashcards!
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How to Design an Award Scroll for an Early Period PersonaLady Elynor of GlastonburyScribal Room1:00:00Details how to create an award scroll for personas whose time periods/nationalities did not have a scribal tradition.
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Illumination for Beginners--A Preprint ClassHL Vittoria dei RossiScribal Room9:00:00A hands-on class on the basics of illumination. Handouts available; materials provided ($3)
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The Inns of CourtHL Rowan HoundskeeperDance Room 29:00:00Dances include: New Alman, Lorayne Alman, Black Alman, Madam Sosilia Alman, The Queen’s Alman, The Old Alman, Tinternell, Earl of Essex, Turkelone, and the Quadran Alman. These are simple dances, and yes, we can teach these all to you in an hour!
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Introduction to Court HeraldryHL Aldred LyccidfelthHeraldry Room 12:00:00Will cover the behind-the-scenes details of preparing
for court as well as court reports and some enunciation and projection
tips.
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Introduction to Persian DanceHL Rahil al-SirhaanDance Room 21:00:00
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Introduction to the New PreprintsLady Elynor of GlastonburyPreprint Room10:00:00Information about and examples of the new preprints.
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Introduction to Tournament ShoutingMs. Dorcas WhitecapMiscellaneous 11:00:00Whether your home group is having a tournament, or you want to help out at Toys for Tots, Chieftains, or Crown, here are the fundamentals you need. From vocal warm-ups to honors to successfully interacting with the marshals and list ministers, this class will help you become “all about the shouting”.
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Introduction to WhiteworkHL Vittoria dei RossiScribal Room 11:00:00Hands on; materials provided ($3).
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Italian Dance Steps & Rosti Boli/Giosso in TreLord Wolfram JanssenDance Room1:00:00
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Lover's Braid (And Other Dances In The English Style)Lady Eira of BellewodeMiscellaneous2:00:00
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Making Gessoed Panels (Part 1)Master Kirk FitzDavidScribal Room10:00:00 Learn how to make gesso and apply it to wood panels, and then smooth the panels for painting. This will start with plain wood panels, hide glue, and whiting, and end with a ready to paint panel (if time allows, there may be egg tempera painting too). Class is in two sessions to allow panels time to dry in between. Class size: 6 active participants, unlimited observers. No cost, materials provided. Be prepared to get dirty--or just wear all white, because that's the color you'll be when we're done.
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Making Gessoed Panels (Part 2)Master Kirk FitzDavidMiscellaneous 13:00:00Follow-up to morning session using the dried panels.
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Middle Eastern Dance BasicsHL Rahil al-SirhaanDance Room11:00:00
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The Nuts and Bolts of SCA Dance BandsMaster Christian d'HiverMusic Room11:00:00This is intended as a lead-in to the afternoon musicians' rehearsal. Everyone in the class is encouraged, but not required, to take a turn directing and conducting during the ball.
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The Persian Book of Kings In IlluminationsHL Rahil al-SirhaanMiscellaneous 19:00:00The book of kings class will be an overview of the important stories of the Shah Nameh using period illuminations.
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Playing with Period PigmentsMs. Jehanne BenningScribal Room 2:00:00Maximum 8 students. Students must have previous experience painting with gouache on preprints. $2 supply fee. Students get to take home small amounts of the paint they make.
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Playne Spuds, or: How to Be a CommentatorLady Odierne LionHeraldry Room 23:00:00This class will give an introduction to heraldic commentary including ways to comment, mistakes to avoid, where to send your commentary, and a list of sources for additional information.
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Progression DancesLady Alessandra Dance Room 110:00:00Come learn how Progression dances work and review/learn the dances steps. We will be covering Female Sailor and My Lady Cullen, two dances that are danced quite regularly in Calontir.
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Rules for SubmissionsMaster Gabriel KjotvasonHeraldry Room 110:00:00
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Scroll Layout 101Ms. Mirabel WynneMiscellaneous 29:00:00Are you ready to try an original scroll, but you aren't sure how to start? Come learn a few basics, tips, and tricks to build a solid foundation for your next masterpiece. Extended class will allow a hands-on tutorial and practice. (Class limit 10, materials provided)
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Tamga: The Pre-Heraldic Tradition of Eurasian NomadsLady Aritê gunê AkasaHeraldry Room 111:00:00Eurasian nomads used abstract rune-like symbols called tamga in ways much like later standard European heraldry. Some of those funky abstract symbols in Polish heraldry may be later adaptations of them. Basic information about tamga and the particulars of the Sarmatian style will be presented with a Q&A following.
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