[Northkeep] Northkeep's WInterkingom Event

Mon Nov 27 09:57:05 PST 2006


not to rain on anyone's parade, but , i was told the site was dry ???
did they change their minds ??? or did i miss something ??

>>Beer Appreciation Come learn through first hand experience the
vast array of different styles of beer from around the world.  Convinced
you don't like beer?  You obviously haven't met the right one.  Come
enjoy, learn, and leave enlightened and happy. 1 Master Oxlade
Mackinnon <<<

be safe, be happy, have fun
arthur blackmoon

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From: "Niewoehner, Hugh" <hughn at ssd.fsi.com>
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Subject: [Northkeep] Northkeep's WInterkingom Event

> Greetings,
> This year's collegium will include the following class list.  Included
> this year are tourney's and a Bardic competition called Blackfox's
> Lament.  An outline for the competition will be posted shortly.
> Look over the list I'm certain you'll find several classes to spark your
> interest.
> Regards,
> Damon
> Class Name Class Description Hrs Teacher
> Netted Beadwork Netted beadwork is a late period technique that can be
> used for a variety of purposes.  This is a hands-on class, and all
> materials will be provided free of charge. 1 Ly. Zubeydah
> Jamilla al-Badawiyya
> Tassels: Ancient Ornamentation Tassels are one of the most ancient ways
> that people like to decorate things.  Learn how to make them in this fun
> class!! 1 Ly. Zubeydah Jamilla al-Badawiyya
> Illumination: Simple Tricks for detail Work Many people enjoy
> looking at the beautiful details ont eh scrolls they receive.  Often, it
> looks difficult, or complicated.  However, effective and lovely
> detailing can be achieved without studying under the Limbourg Brothers
> Gebeden Boeck.  This class will cover simple tricks for basic whitework
> patterns, and for shading effects.  The first hour will be lecture and
> examples.  the remaining time will allow for hands-on practice of the
> techniques.  Those bringing theor own painting supplies (one small
> detail brush, goache in white, black, and one of your choice) will not
> have to pay the $3 fee. 2 Ly. Lillias MacGuffin
> Historical Storytelling - Research and Execution We will go over
> how to select and research a historically factual event and then how to
> present it in a bardic setting without compromising the facts of the
> story but still keeping the audience's attention. 1 Ld. Ivo
> Blackhawk
> Bardic / Non-bardic Roundtable A discussion between bards and non-bards
> in the region about issues of scheduling, attendance, attitudes, and
> perceptions about bardic in the north.  The conversation will be a
> mediated dialogue between members of the bardic community and the people
> who plan and run events.  the overall goal is to help create and foster
> culture of communication and understanding between autocrats and bards.
> Notes will be taken during the discussion and will be made available
> before feast. 2 Ld. Ivo Blackhawk
> Bardic Critiquing 101 We will go over how to most effectively and
> constructively tell bards that their pieces need work, as well as go
> over some of the criteria that high-level competitions use to select
> their winner.  Class will be interactive, and include a demonstration.
> 1 Ld. Ivo Blackhawk
> Bardic 101 Basic introduction to bardic for new people.  We will go
> over competition formats, performance styles, nomenclature of the craft,
> talk about source material and answer question.  1 Ld. Ivo
> Blackhawk
> Recertification of Chirurgeonate This will be a recertification
> class for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, and First Aid through ASHI.
> 4 Ly. Debora of Lemburg
> Chirurgeon in Charge This class covers what you need to worry about
> if you purposely or accidentally become the CiC at an event. 1
> Ly. Debora of Lemburg
> Chirurgeon 101 This class is designed for the Chirurgeon in training,
> and  for Chirurgeons  who haven't taken it.  It will cover the basic of
> being a Chirurgeon at an event.  Includes documentation, kits, policies,
> etc. 1 Ly. Debora of Lemburg
> Basic 11th & 12th Century Moorish Dress The making of a Moorish tunic.
> 1 Ly. Sabine Lefevre de Armagnac
> Layered Painting on Wood Students will have a short discussion on
> painting techniques on wood panels during the Renaissance.  Students
> will get to practice their own painting using preset teemplates and
> designs.  Students will learn about order used in painting, some
> different sources of paint, and how it should be applied. 1
> HE Kelandra Carmichael
> Paper Bag Armor Paper bag armor is a craft project with a purpose.
> While constructing some basic armor out of a paper sack, I will try to
> teach the students about the various styles and pieces of armor, as well
> as some of their functions.  1 HE Ian dun Gillan
> Principles of Shading This is a class that will teach you the
> fundamentals of where and how to shade. 1 HL Nicolaea mac
> Fionndlaigh
> One point perspective for scrolls for beginners A one-hour class that
> teaches the fundamentals of where to shade accordingly. 1 HL
> Nicolaea mac Fionndlaigh
> Dealing with large {Scribal} Spaces Dealing with large blank spaces
> can be one of the most frustrating issues in illumination.  In this
> class, we will cover techniques for making the paint lay flat, as well
> as different ways to break up the area to make the space more
> interesting. 1 Danielle de Marseilles
> Diapering Techniques Diapering is a common way to add detail by using
> a square or diamond pattern in background areas.  This class is a
> step-by-step, hands-on demonstration, dealing with the different
> diapering techniques.  Materials are provided. 2 Danielle de
> Marseilles
> Living with Success in the SCA OR You mean I have to pack camp by myself
> again?   A discussion of what we mean by persona, suggestions for
> choosing one, and hints on researching your persona, on acquiring
> accessories and camp dressing and on how to handle your persona's
> changing place in the Society.  2 HE Elisabeta af Isafjord
> Persona Development   A discussion of what we mean by persona,
> suggestions for choosing one, and hints on researching your persona, on
> acquiring accessories and camp dressing and on how to handle your
> persona's changing place in the Society.  2 Elisabeta af
> Isafjord
> Medieval Backgrounds This class covers all of those things that are
> not always written down, but one gets during lectures in medieval
> literature classes.  We will cover the Great Chain of Being, the four
> humuors, the concept of micro-mezo-macro, as well as a host of other
> medieval cultural trivia.  Examples will be drawn from Chaaucer as well
> as other medieval writers. 1 HL Druinne de Salesberie
> Gregory Chants for Dummies Gregorian chant is a song form from the
> middle ages that was simple enogh for monks and nuns of all talent
> levels to sing together.  It was also flexible enogh to be adapted to
> various ceremonies: hence, it is very  SCA-friendly .  In this class
> we'll go over the basics and spend most of our time actually learning
> one of the Psalm tine tunes and singing various sets of words with it.
> A lot of fun. 1 HE Rhiannon Redwolf
> Russian Dress during the Middle Ages What Russians wore during the
> Middle Ages, i. e. the design, fabrics, colors, and class distinctions.
> 1 Sasona Ivanova Shestov
> Fabliaux Fabliaux are short tales or poems, comic and bawdy in
> nature.  This is an introduction to the genre.  We will read a few, and
> discuss them in detail.  This class is rated 'M' for mature.  It will be
> somewhat graphic in nature.  Absouledtly no one under the age of 18.
> 1 HL Druinne de Salesberie
> Introduction to Combat Archery Learn the requirements to become a
> combat archer.  Interested in becoming a combat archer?  The
> requirements and steps to becoming an authorized combat archer will be
> listed and discussed. 1 HE Michel mac Donnchaid
> Basic Metal Forging / Forge Welding Morning class will consist of
> learning to recognize proper heating to shape metal, and hands-on
> heating and shaping.  Afternoon class will consist of learning the
> proper heating to weld metals together, and welding cable to produce
> Damascus-like metal for shaping.  If a participant has shortness of
> breath, or allergies, a painter's mask might be advised, as smoke will
> be inhaled, and these will not be provided. 8 Master Tarl
> Godric the Brokentoe & Ld Gunnarr haukr
> Drawing Gothic Vinework with a French Curve Demonstration of using
> drawing templates known as "French curves" to draw vinework as found in
> Gothic Illumination. 1 Master Darius of the Bells
> Period Embroidery Techniques A class in period embroidery techniques.
> Handouts and sources provided. 1 Mistress Gwyneth of Ramsey Mere,
> Baronness Namron
> The Making of a Viking Apron Dress This class will consist of two
> types of Viking apron dresses.  There will be a demonstration on how to
> fit and cut on the body, as well as measuring and making a fitted
> pattern to another dress. 1 Ly. Muirenn inghean Chonaill
> Medieval Food Tasting We will be tasting food that has been redacted
> fromo receipes in the middle ages, and comparing them to their modern
> day equivalents.  This will give a basis for understanding the spicing
> in period.  Some foods have remained the same, where others have changed
> drastically.  Examples may include gingerbread, mincemeat, or apple pie.
> 1 Mistress Rosalia di Bellavita
> Making a Period Brass Spoon Learn basic techniques required to
> produce a period spoon.  Techniques will include basic dishing and
> soldering.  Participants will leave the class with at least 1 completed
> spoon. 4 HE Ainar Magnusson
> Constructing Leather Bottells: The Art of Pounding Sand This workshop is
> intended to introduce interested parties to the basic tools, materials,
> and skills for producing leather drinking vessels.  The main focus will
> be on some simple period bottles.  Included as attachments are some
> drawings, sketches, and brief notes from "Blackjacks and Leather
> Bottells, " by Oliver Baker. 8 HL Tadhg mac Aedain ui
> Conchobhair
> Basic Inkle Weaving An introduction to weaving with an inkle loom.
> We will cover warping the loom, beginning to weave, finishing
> techniques, and appropriate fibers.  Some time will be spent discussing
> the pick-up technique for woven in patterns.  There will be some
> hands-on time, so people can get the feel for weaving.  We will try to
> have some looms and shuttles available for purchase. 2 HE
> Mercedes de Cerdanya
> Financial Forms Class This class covers the forms associated with the
> Exchequer's office on the local level.  If you are an Exchequer, and
> have not taken this class in the last 2 years, or are an incoming
> Exchequer, you need this class.  Of course, those just interested are
> welcome. 2 Ly. Sabine Lefevre de Armagnac
> Beyond Weaving - Finishing and Such Suggestions for refining your
> weaving.  Specifics on material choice and finishing methods for
> regalia, donations, and commissions.  1 HL Aelfwyn Webbestre
> Short Songs of Many Lands "Simple" songs in a variety of languages
> - some rounds, some not. 1 HE Master Beorhtlic Folcwinesone
> Open Mold Silver Casting: Demonstration and Discussion Demonstration of
> open mold silver casting and discussion of molds, methods, both positive
> and negative. 1 HE Master Beorhtlic Folcwinesone
> Beer Appreciation Come learn through first hand experience the
> vast array of different styles of beer from around the world.  Convinced
> you don't like beer?  You obviously haven't met the right one.  Come
> enjoy, learn, and leave enlightened and happy. 1 Master Oxlade
> Mackinnon
> Drinking Etiquette (How to be Good Drunk) This is a lecture with
> open discussion how to build and maintain a reputation as being a good
> drunk, while having fun at events, and avoid a reputation as being
> problematic.  If you attended the previous class, there will be a
> practical aspect of this class.  While most of this class is good
> manners, and common sense, we'll all swap tips on how to have fun
> without ruining the fun for others. 1 Master Oxlade Mackinnon
> Documentation for the SCA How to document papers, A&S, clothing,
> etc. 1 Diarmaid o'Dunn
> How to be a Servant Whether a peer or peasant, medieval people were
> in service to another.  Here's how they did it. 2 Diarmaid o'Dunn
> Authenticity 101 So you want to be more authentic - how to begin
> 1 Diarmaid o'Dunn
> Baubles for Book Lovers; Or, Even the Virgin Mary had Dirty Fingers
> Students will learn about late period bookmarks, protective covers, and
> book cushions, and make a bookmark and book protector. 1 Mistress
> Dunstana Talana the Violet
> Cotton Spinning Learn to spin the fiber using a spindle. 1
> HL Debroa bat Yosef
> Drop Spindle Learn to spin the fiber using a spindle. 1
> HL Debroa bat Yosef
> Period Sheep Breeds Learning about different sheep breeds in period.
> 1 HL Debroa bat Yosef
> Beginning Lucet Hands-on lucet weaving. 1 Ly. Faolan macFarland
> SCA Rapier 101 This is a hands-on class on how to fight rapier.  Also,
> this is a class on how to teach rapier to new people.  Learn how to put
> the fundamentals together, and how to approach different types of
> students.  Lots of hands-on fighting techniques, as well as ways to
> drill and show how to build a new rapier fighter.  Taught by a fencing
> instructor with 20+ years of instruction experience and 10 years rapier
> experience. 2 MiLord Seamus O'Shannon
> Kite Making Painting the kite. 1 Ld. Renault de Sant
> Michele
> Heraldic Decision Meeting This is a meeting of the college of
> heralds bordure make the kingdom decisions on ILoI2006-10.  Don't have a
> clue what any of this means, but are interested in the heraldic
> submissions process?  Please come learn!  You don't have to be aherald
> to attend, but heraldic officers are strongly encouraged to come.
> 2 HL Emma de Featherston
> Heraldry for Children Heraldy things for children. 1 Ly.
> Zahava bat Hannah
> Dancing with the Infidels - Middle Eastern & Court Dancing We'll
> concentrate on learning dances from Peach Curry's CD - Dancing with the
> Infidels.  This will includes some old favorites (Black Nag, Trenchmore,
> Hole in the Wall, Korobushka, Schiarazula Marazula) and some group
> dancing, Middle Eastern style-ish (Tafta Hindi and Uskudor).  Bring
> comfortable dancing shoes and ME dancing belts -- partners are not
> necessary for some of these dances.  Just the desire to learn new (or
> refresh old!) dances and have some fun. 2 HL Estrill Swet
> General Principles and Techniques for Beginning Metalsmithing
> 2 Master Thorkell (TK)
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