[Scriptoris] Champion/Prize Scrolls or Historical Reproduction/Interpretations??
hsetrinity at aol.com
Fri Sep 29 10:19:01 PDT 2006
Personally, I’ve created all 3 types of scrolls mentioned here (SCA hybrid, period-style legal documents, and Books of Hours/Manuscript pages with period and/or original text), and personally prefer the latter "Book of Hours" style for arts and sciences displays / competitions, as well as for tournament prizes.
As a service to the Kingdom, my local group, and/or a favor to a friend, I’ve happily created the “Hybrid/SCA” – style documents, and think that *most* people want and/or expect to receive these “scrolls” given as award certificates, whether they be for an official award or a prize. (As a personal preference, I display these, if I do anything at all with them other than give them to the recipient or donate them, rather than enter them in a competition.)
Given all of this, as most SCA scribes begin their individual journeys into the art with the hybrid documents, (and put a lot of effort into creating them), I would hate to see them discounted at an Arts and Sciences competition/display, as they have become such an ingrained tradition in the Society. Also, some of them can be quite beautiful works of art.
My opinions only - your mileage may (and probably will) vary...
Suzanne G.M. Beraud
From: hillaryrg at yahoo.com
To: scriptoris at lists.ansteorra.org
Sent: Wed, 27 Sep 2006 7:41 PM
Subject: [Scriptoris] Champion/Prize Scrolls or Historical Reproduction/Interpretations??
Here's a question to chat about for a bit.
What are your thoughts on entering scrolls for branch and kingdom competitions?
Or for something where the event is more a display, such as Laurel's Prize
Tourney, or a body of
Should your scroll entry be in the format of an SCA Prize or Champion scroll
(such as a King's
Champion scroll with Ansteorran Award Texts)?
Or should it be in the format of a historical reproduction or interpretation,
not necessarily SCA
in theme; possibly using a period poem, song or even SCA bardic work as the
text, instead of
duplicating a historical text?
Please share your thoughts,
Cheers, Hillary - Star Signet
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