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Emerald Joust A&S

Poster: "Terry L. Neill" <Neilltl@ptsc.slg.eds.com>

>For Arts and Sciences minded people, a
>Curriculum Vitae will be held in the feast hall.

To further explain what "Curriculum Vite" means:

"Curriculum Vite" is a competition for the generalists in the Kingdom.
It is nothing more or less than one representative sample of every kind 
of art or science you have ever done in or for the SCA.

Costuming, metalwork, leatherwork, fiber arts, brewing, scribal arts, 
dancing, research, embroidery, beadwork, music, armoring, woodwork, 
lace, bookmaking, herbs, the list goes on and on....

Think back to your early days and make a list of all you have learned 
or done.  Put together a sample of each art or science for your entry.
Photographs are allowed. We are initially allotting 1/2 a feast table 
per entrant.  More room may be allowed, depending on the number of 
entrants; but count on having only 1/2 a table.

Documentation WILL count for extra points.  Nice touches to your 
display could include: who taught you to do that activity, who you 
have taught, how long you have done that activity, etc.  Use your 

If you are interested in string or like to play with it, or are interested in
learning all the different nifty things you can do with it, join the members of
Spun, Warped and Twisted (SWAT) in the pavilian on the list field.

Please spread the details to your local groups!

>Kingdom Day!  For A&S, there will be a scroll display , As well as a
>relic competition. 

The Scroll display is both for scrolls you have done, and scrolls you 
have been given.  It is hoped that scrolls given to people at Emerald 
Joust can also be displayed.  If you posess a particularly interesting 
scroll, please bring it for display along with a card stating who made it.

(And remember, please, to retreive it before the feast!  Last year a
particularly wonderful knights scroll ended up in lost and found because it
wasn't retreived before the feast!!)

In a pavilian on the List Field, Countess Brigit will be organizing "From the
Neck Up."  Bring your hair, bring your sources of period hair styles, bring
your brushes, combs, pins, hair bands, veils and artificial hair.  Whether
you have long or short hair, come learn ways to be more authentic from the
neck up!

Contact Lady Magdalena d'Hazebrouck (75353.623@compuserve.com) for information
about the Curriculum Vite and Scroll Display.

Contact Lady Tangwystl ferch Dafydd (TawnyK@aol.com) for information about the
SWAT display.

Contact Lord Balynar Buckhannah (balynar@juno.com) for information about the
relic display.

Contact Countess Brigit of Mercia (info in the Acorn) for information about "
>From the Neck Up".

Have fun!

        - Ana Ilevna
          Magdalena d'Hazebrouck
          Anarra Karlsdottir
          The A&S Tag Team from Caer Mear
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