fitzmorgan at gmail.com
Tue Jan 22 08:05:08 PST 2008
Properly done, documentation is not a burden to the artisan but an
asset. It gives the judges, who may know less about your art than you do,
the information they need to properly judge your entry. It would be nice if
every A & S judge were an expert in whatever art form they are being asked
to judge, but that's not always the case.
Documentation should basically say three things:
1. What they did in period. (preferably a particular time and place)
2. What sources you used to determine that.
3. What you did. If you departed from period practice, explain why.
That's really all you need in my opinion.
"If you haven't found something strange during the day, it hasn't been much
of a day." John A. Wheeler
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