[Glaslyn] Fwd: [Ansteorra] Ansteorran Heraldic and Scribal Symposium
Carolle M Cox
hpockets at gte.net
Wed Jun 27 10:49:27 PDT 2001
This looks great! David and i intend to attend, he for Heraldry, i for
Scribing. Barring more problems with Miss.
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Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2001 11:36 AM
Subject: [Glaslyn] Fwd: [Ansteorra] Ansteorran Heraldic and Scribal
> Greetings Everyone
> For those of you not on the Ansteorrian list-serve, I
> thought I would forward this message to everyone.
> This looks like it is going to be a great day and a fun
> Minister of A&S, Canton of Glaslyn
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> <sarapenrose at yahoo.com> -----
> Date: Wed, 27 Jun 2001 08:40:30 -0700 (PDT)
> From: Kimberly Koch <sarapenrose at yahoo.com>
> Reply-To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org
> Subject: [Ansteorra] Ansteorran Heraldic and Scribal
> To: ansteorra at ansteorra.org,scriptoris at ansteorra.org
> Hi all!
> Please forgive me if you receive multiple posts - I
> just wanted to take a moment to remind everyone that
> the Ansteorran Heraldic and Scribal Symposium is
> coming up on July 14.
> SCRIBAL CLASSES
> I have the great honor of coordinating the scribal
> tracks for this event, and wanted to share with all of
> you some of the wonderful classes that are planned:
> * DESIGNING AWARD SCROLLS, taught by Mistress Stella
> Silvana. Helpful hints for designing award scrolls,
> both photocopied and original works.
> * MAKING KINGDOM AWARD INSIGNIA, taught by Mistress
> Stella Silvana. For those interested in the creation
> of award insignia.
> * WRITE YOUR NAME IN ARABIC, taught by Lord Mahee of
> Acre. An introduction to Arabic calligraphy.
> * ARABIC/ENGLISH ILLUSIONARY SCRIPT, taught by Lord
> Mahee of Acre. An Arabic script that reads as English
> but that uses actual Arabic letters.
> * MAKING YOUR MARK, taught by Lady Suzanne de la
> Ferte. Designing a mark to use as your signature.
> * HERALDIC ART OR COLORING WITHIN THE LINES - Lady
> Suzanne de la Ferte. How to draw at a consulting
> table. What "They" are looking for and what works
> * DRAFTING FOR SCRIBES - HL Muireann a Dun Na Traighe
> Ceine. Drafting techniques, tricks and tools to aid in
> scroll design and layout.
> * BASIC LETTER FORMS- Lady Lete Blithespring. A
> discussion of basic calligraphy skills from a
> long-time professional calligrapher.
> * ANALYZING MANUSCRIPT HANDS - Lady Lete Blithespring.
> Tips on how to look at, analyze, and reproduce a
> period hand from a long-time professional
> * BAR BORDERS AND IVY VINES- Mistress Hillary Rose
> Greenslade. Overview of historical illumination known
> as 'bar border and ivy vines,' with hands-on
> drawing/layout guidelines.
> * COLOR PALETTES OF MEDIEVAL AND RENAISSANCE ARTISTS -
> Mistress Serena Lascelles. Basic information on period
> pigments--which pigments are period and which are not,
> what binders were used, and other information.
> * GOLDLEAF AND GOLDLEAF TECHNIQUES - Master Geoff
> Cathan. An introduction to gold leafing tools and
> application techniques as applied to paper and vellum.
> This is an extraordinarily talented group of artisans;
> we are fortunate to have them come share their
> knowledge with us.
> OTHER SCRIBAL ACTIVITIES
> In addition to the classes above, we will also have
> some other fun scribal activities planned:
> ALL-DAY CHARTER PAINTING. We'll have a room set aside
> for charter painting throughout the day. Stay all day
> or stop by between classes to paint charters for the
> kingdom. Supplies provided.
> SCRIBAL TEST, sponsored by Mistress Rose Cathan. Come
> test your scribal knowledge! This will be similar to
> the test Mistress Rose sponsored at Knowne World
> Hearldic Symposium. The questions are pretty tough, so
> study up! There will be a prize. :)
> WHAT TO BRING
> Some instructors are requesting a small donation to
> help offset their cost of materials, so *please* bring
> a little money to cover that. Bring paper and pen to
> take notes in your classes. Also, feel free to bring
> your paints, brushes, calligraphy pens, and ink - you
> may get the chance to try them out in your classes or
> at the charter painting table.
> MORE INFO
> There's lots more going on at this event than what
> I've listed here. There are tons of great heraldic
> classes planned, too, and more. More details about the
> site and the event, including info about the heraldic
> tracks, can be found online at
> I look forward to seeing everyone there!
> Warm regards,
> Sara Penrose
> scribal class coordinator for AH&SS
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