Arts & Science
Welcome to the A&S activities at Double Wars XXIX!
This year we hope to encourage as many outdoor activities and classes as possible – woodworking, practical cooking classes, pottery, furniture building or iron smelting – your imagination is the only limitation to the classes we can have.
We have now closed class registration, please go to the schedule and create a user and mark all of the activities you plan to attend, and print your own personalized schedule!
If you have any questions, please send them to the A&S Co-ordinators Meisterinne Katheryn Hebenstreitz and Mistress Lia de Thornegge at firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year we try to help the Signets of the Kingdom by providing an opportunity for scribes to produce blank scrolls for the use of the Kingdom, or Principalities
The blank scroll competition has the following rules:
- The scroll has to be a blank and not be designated for a certain person. It may contain symbols of orders or awards.
- The scrolls will, after the competition, be given to either Their Majesties or Their Highnesses of Nordmark or Insulae Draconis, or their Signet Scribes. The scribe who made the blank scroll decides where the scroll goes.
- If you have a short description of the scroll (like from where you got the inspiration, what century it is etc.) it is appreciated!
- Sign your scroll on the back and make sure to leave information to the person running the competition (Lia de Thornegge or Katheryn Hebenstreitz) to which Crown or Coronet you wish to donate the scroll.
- The prizes are all donated by Mistress Bridget Greywulf, and in past years they have included source books, precious materials, nibs, gold and more.
Laurels Prize Display
On Wednesday afternoon the Laurels Prize Display takes centre stage again, and artisans from the Kingdom have the opportunity to show their art, and talk about it in a non-competitive environment. Everyone is encouraged to visit the display, and if you are able please bring tokens to leave with all the artisans, or your favourites. The best sort of display shows how a thing is made, and explains the steps, and maybe provides an opportunity for visitors to try it themselves.