MWAS 2019 Class Schedule
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9 AM 10 AMTrackRoom
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Roman Ladies Garb (age 14 and up)
Lord Einarr knýtir
Costuming107
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A look at Roman ladies' clothing in the late Republic and early Empire. Discussion on making of these garments in period, and in the present middle ages
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Construction Pathways in Late Elizabethan Embroidered Women's Waistcoats
Baroness Sibella Denton
Costuming109
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In the late 16th century and into the early decades of the 17th century, women in England conceived a passion for embroidered waistcoats or jackets; this class examines extant jackets to determine the ways that they were made.
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Beginning C&I (Hour 1 of 3) (Class limit 20)
Lady Satara al-Katiba & Lord Bernhardt von Eschenbach
C&I110
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Beginning Illumination & calligraphy. Come learn the basics to do Kingdom scrolls! Not the best at arwork, but love to pen? then maybe calligraphy is more up your alley. This is going to be a great class to actually get some hands on to learn what it takes to make a scroll from start to finish for the Kingdom of Meridies.
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Female and Gender Nonconforming Combatants Part I
THL Lykania of Stonehill Keep
Courtsean111
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Ancient Greece
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Intro to Arts & Science Competitions
Mistress Peryn Rose Whytehorse
General112
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Beginners guide to A&S competitons: what they are, why we do them, suggestions for successful entries and enjoyable experiences.
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Basic tribal Style Belly dance (hour 1 of 2)
THL Admiranda LeDaye
Courtsean102
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Basic tribal style belly dance moves, their history and how to perform them
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Left of Twang: Defence Against Combat Archers
Lord Gunnarr inn Hviti
Archery308
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Crossbows were both common and deadly on the battlefields of the 15th and 16th centuries. They are equally deadly on SCA battlefields, and becoming more common every day. Learn how to improve your odds against all combat archers, not just the ones with crossbows. Strategies for survival, and tactics that can turn the tide of a battle. This class is for anyone who faces combat archers on the field, even archers!
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10AM-11 AMTrackRoom
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Finding Your Medieval Self
THL Valentine Blake
Persona107
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Discussion-based class focusing on how to embody your specific persona as opposed to a “generic medieval person”. We’ll talk about questions to ask yourself for persona development and how to reflect that in your garb, accessories, and many other aspects of SCA life.
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Blackwork
Master Hagar the Black
Fiber Arts109
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"Blackwork" is a term used to refer to several different types of embroidery, This class will examine these different forms, including period examples and how we can adapt the techniques to our own projects. We will also look at some of the widely held "facts" about Blackwork, some of which may not be so factual after all. Finally, we will discuss how to create fully reversible Blackwork. Anyone who has Blackwork pieces, completed, or in progress, is encouraged to bring them to share with the class.
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Beginning C&I (hour 2 of 3)C&I110
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continuation of 9AM class
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Target Archery Equipment Basics (hour 1 of 2)
THL Fynlo Mac Cane
Archery112
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This class will be for any archer new or seasoned that is looking to learn more about the equipment we use for archery on the SCA target range. We will touch on the differnt types of bows, arrows, quivers and saftey equipment, how to maintain your equipment, and what you should bring to the range when you come to shoot.
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Basic tribal Style Belly dance (hour 2 of 2)Courtsean102
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continuation of 9AM class
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Bginning Viking Wire Weaving (hour 1 of 2) class limit: 15 hands on; age 12 and up
THL Fiora Valori
General308
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Learn how to weave wire chains and create a necklace or bracelet to take home.
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11AM-NoonTrackRoom
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Mayaincatech: Dispelling the myth
Annelise Wolf
General107
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Do you know the difference between the Inca, the Maya, and the Aztec? Ever wondered what was going on across the ocean in the Americas at the time of the SCA? This class will talk about the old cultures of the "New World". Come learn about the child mummies of the Andes, the fierce Teotihuacan warriors, and the massive pyramids sitting right on your doorstep!
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The English Language from Beowulf to the Bard
Noble Jaume de Monçó
General109
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What did English sound like at various points in period - and how did a thousand years of history change it? Would Shakespeare sound "British" to modern ears? When dost thou use thou? And what's a hwaet, anyway?
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Beginning C&I (hour 3 of 3)C&I110
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continuation of 9AM class
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Target Archery Equipment Basics (hour 2 of 2)Archery112
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continuation of 10AM class
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Female and Gender Nonconforming Combatants Part II
THL Lykania of Stonehill Keep
Courtsean102
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The Celts and the Romans
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Beginning Viking Wire Weaving (hour 2 of 2)General308
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Noon-1PM Lunch
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Research 101
Zhelana Vovkivna
General107
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Learn how to put together a class or documentation from first steps to finished paper
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1PM-2PMTrackRoom
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Is this fabric period: a field guide for Eastern personas (hour 1 of 2) ($1 handout fee)
Mistress Jadi Fatima
Costuming107
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Is this fabric period? It's the eternal question and the answers for the East aren't quite the same as for Europe. We will look at the components of a textile like weave, layout, motif and color and talk about what kind of available fabric works for each purpose. We will also talk about where to find fabrics and how to sew with them and for them. I will have lots of period images and some fabric samples to pass around.
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Creating Historic Ambiance in the Modern World ($2 handout fee)
THL Adaire Wren of Owl's Nest
Persona109
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Decorate that Hall. Hide the ugly. Create the mood. A discussion of ways to hide or diminish modern architectural features for SCA events to create a more appealing environment for events.
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The Qu'ran and its Influences on Illumination (class limit 10)
THL Rhonwyn Alyna Nic an Chrosain
C&I110
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This is an overview on how the Qu'ran influenced Middle Eastern Illumination and calligraphy filled with pictures from extant samples ranging from 650's-1600.
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Beginning Pleatwork (Smocking) (class limit 10, $5 supply fee)
Countess Kissa Irminwiht, OL
Costuming112
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Come learn how to plan, set up and begin to do pleatwork (smocking). Used from the 14th century thru modern day - let’s make some pleats!
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Raunchy Korean Poetry Improv
Lady Soo Yun
Courtsean102
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Learn the basics of Sijo poetry written for and by Gisaeng, Korean courtesans before being released with prompts for you to write your own.
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The Tapestries of Mary, Queen of Scots
THL Eacradmurtagh of Clonmakate
Fiber Arts308
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An introduction to the tapestries worked by Mary, Queen of Scots while a prisoner with the Countess of Shrewsbury.
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2-3 PMTrackRoom
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Is this fabric period: a field guide for Eastern personas (hour 2 of 2)Costuming107
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Continuation of 1 PM class
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Building Blocks of Rome
Lady Korinna of The Osprey
General109
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A class that covers the different types of concrete, bricks, and lead piping used in Rome
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Scribal Q&A
Mistress Mara Palmer
C&I110
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Are you curious about scroll production in Meridies? Do you want to know more about the process? Do you have questions you've been too shy to ask in a scriptorium or class? There is no theme to the questions asked here; just a chat about anything and everything scribal. No question is too silly!
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Roman Legionary's Soft Kit (age 14 and up)
Lord Einarr knýtir
Costuming111
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We will discuss the uniform clothing of a Roman Legionary, from the late Republic through 600AD, with physical examples of several pieces of garb. Discussion will include how the clothing was made in-period, and how to make it in the current middle ages.
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Demystifying cardweaving for the absolute beginner
Lady Ysabel du Val
Fiber Arts112
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Interested in card weaving but it seems too complicated? Take it from another beginner, it looks daunting but I'll explain the basics and help you understand how to get started. No loom required but feel free to bring a loom if you have one.
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