[Bards] The Right Questions
jhirling at gmail.com
Wed Nov 8 05:50:42 PST 2006
Piggy-backing on the words of my boss, I'd like to see more performace at
Kingdom A&S. For my part, I vow to do whatever I can to see that our art
receives the same treatment and consideration as any other genre. May even
DMoAS for Bardic & Performance Arts
On 11/8/06, gail young <gwynethb63 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> I think if you would move as a group towards making bards more of a part
> of the mainstream A&S community you would make people more aware of your
> talents then you as a group would become more aware of others talents and
> therefore get stronger. If that happens, then the A&S community as a whole,
> and therefore Ansteorra as a whole, gets stronger. MY first step, if I were
> a bard, would be to make my spotlight event ligitimate by bringing it into
> the A&S venues.
> But, I am not a bard. I am here only to promote the Arts and Sciences in
> our Kingdom.
> *Robert Fitzmorgan <fitzmorgan at gmail.com>* wrote:
> So here are a few of my questions.
> What does a thriving, growing, healthy bardic community look like?
> How is that different than what we have now?
> What would you like to see happen that isn't happening now? How can
> we make that happen?
> What can the bardic community do to help you as a bard?
> What can you as a bard do to help the bardic community?
> What other questions should we be asking ourselves?
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