[Bards] Bardic collegium
cathy.polakoff at comcast.net
Mon Jan 12 13:12:16 PST 2004
I agree with Master Robin that UTA would make an ideal location, if we can
get it. Also, if we were to join with another event, what about Elfsea
As for classes, in addition to those Robin mentioned (all of which sound
good) I would add a documentation class (sorry, but with all the
discussion, I feel I need to at least have a better understanding of how to
do it), and perhaps a class on research (as in, "how do I find the good
Oh, and maybe someone could teach a course in creating a period style story
from a modern event (in or out of SCA).
Ly. Anna (Cathy Polakoff)
At 10:07 AM 01/12/2004 -0800, you wrote:
>Since our previous hot topic has died down a bit, I'd like to start up a
>new one that might not be quite so controversial. It is my hope to
>organize a bardic collegium for the late spring or summer of this year,
>either hosted by Steppes or attached to an existing event. If hosted by
>Steppes, it would technically be a local or regional event given the
>kingdom limitations on the number of kingdom-level events hosted by each
>group, but I would love to see it grow and draw bards from thoughout the
>kingdom. This is in the absolute beginning stages of preparation and so
>can be shaped to fit the needs of the participants. I'd like to get input
>on the following subjects:
>Classes you'd like to see (and who might teach them)
>Panel discussions you'd like to attend (and who would be good participants)
>Would you attend and/or teach (if available to do so) and what factors
>might encourage your attendance?
>Should it be attached to some other event or something all its own?
>Would you be willing to contribute original pieces to a book to be sold or
>given at the event?
>Other issues I haven't thought of
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