[Glaslyn] Artisan Decisions

Melinda Turnage ceinwenswan at hotmail.com
Mon Jul 22 11:02:38 PDT 2002

And there is another option.  I was Dragonsfire Tor's Artisan in the
past.....they rely on the artisan to set-up the rules. However, I like
Catrin's suggestion!!!

>From: Kellie Hardy <khemail at swbell.net>
>Reply-To: glaslyn at ansteorra.org
>To: glaslyn at ansteorra.org
>Subject: Re: [Glaslyn] Artisan Decisions
>Date: Mon, 22 Jul 2002 11:47:13 -0500
>It seems to me that the third option has not been brought up concerning the
>Artisan competition.  In many A&S events, the competition is open, with a
>special prize for a themed category.  That way you can attract a large
>number of
>artisans on short notice, but offer a good challenge for those so
>If you all would like to set up this separate category, I would be happy to
>furnish a respectable prize for the winner.
>In service,
>Catrin Steppes
> > <    >
> >
> > I really love the idea of a theme for an artisan competition.  However,
> > since the ad will not be out until August, I don't think it will give
> > adequate time for artisans to put an entry together with any quality.
> > artisans already have some showable pieces and if we had it as a body of
> > work with a limited number of pieces (say no more than 5), I think we
> > come up with the adequate amount of space to accommodate the artists.  I
> > feel that 5 pieces should give the judges enough to look at to know the
> > talents of the artist.  Additionally, placing a theme can make it more
> > challenging for the artists and will limit the number to compete.
> >
> > So, my question to you is.....do we want a theme with fewer artists?  Or
> > more artist entrants with a more general display?
> >
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Melinda Turnage
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