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Artisans' Row

Once again, we are seeking gentlefolk willing to share their knowledge and skills. As such we are currently recruiting volunteers and instructors.

Be a part of this year's Artisans' Row, Friday, Saturday, November 22 & 23, 2019


Teach: The form for 2019 Artisans' Row Class Teachers currently is activated for WoR VIII, 2019.
Please fill in the class submission form .

Volunteer: Please e-mail War Artisan's Row.

If you have any questions about Artisans' Row, or ideas you don't know how to fit into the form, please contact Lady Elena Wyth.

Artisans' Row is not your average classroom setting. You are welcome to simply teach a one-hour class; however, the possibilities are so much more! It is a living collaborative environment, where you can coordinate classes with others in your field of interest, pass students onto the 'next step' in another field, set up an all-day demo or try-it area, offer a multi-day workshop, run an after-dark slideshow or movie, or do something else that just doesn't fit into a typical 'A&S Classes' setting. Where better than a war, to pick up new skills and ideas?

2019 Class Descriptions and Block Schedule can be downloaded here.

Friday Water Fire Earth Air Fiber Theater Mead Hall
Early Morning              
10:00
Open Weaving
 
Bow Making for Beginners
 
Hand sewing or "How to Teach a Fool to Sew"
Who's line doth it be (tryouts)
 
11:00 French Cooking: Make a Bouquet Garni Salt-Preserved Lemons: A quick start to a 30-day wait.
Mead! It's the Bee's Knees
12:00            
1:00
Open Weaving
Cooking over Fire
Ansteorran Insignia
Spinning 201 — Different Spindles and How to Use Them
Intro to Lucet A History of Fools
3:00     Know your Throat: How do I train myself to hit those notes and not damage my vocal chords?  
4:00      

   
Evening              
               
Saturday Water Fire Earth Air Fiber Theater Mead Hall
Early Morning              
9:00 MORNING COURT
10:00
Open Weaving
Poisons & Antidotes
Bow Making for Beginners
Moneying 101: Making Medieval Coins
Hand sewing or "How to Teach a Fool to Sew"
Who's line doth it be (tryouts)
 
11:00 Ointments, Decoctions, Oils and Poultices  
12:00   Ansteorran Herbalism & Apothecary Guild Meeting          
1:00
Open Weaving
French Cooking: a Rich Potage
Teen Roundtable
Moneying 101: Making Medieval Coins
A Lucet of Many Colors    
2:00   History of Knitting A History of Fools  
3:00   Patterning a bodice
Whos Line Doth It Be
 
4:00 Heraldic Decision Meeting How to Start a Newcomer's Academie in Your Group The Proper Care and Feeding of Musical Instruments  
Evening