Hosted by Barony of Carolingia - Braintree, MA

Event date: April 18th, 2020

Event Last Modified: January 13th, 2020

Event details

On April 18th in the Barony of Carolingia, the MoAS Office is sponsoring what it hopes to be a regularly occurring, rotating, kingdom A&S event.

The event is based, not around competition, but is instead about creating spaces for positive feedback and interactions about A&S in the Kingdom.

The event will foster a supportive learning environment where artisans can guide each other as they learn, both about their field of interest, but also about how they can take their documentation, research, and individual A&S projects to the next level.

This event will feature:

* An A&S Display with an all-day EK Consultation Table available for one-on-one feedback.

* Classes- suitable for both beginning and advanced artisans- about research, presentation, display, documentation, and A&S culture.

* Laurel’s Challenge Communities based around 10 A&S topics, including:
- Embroidery
- Fiber Arts
- Costuming
- Martial A&S
- Performance Arts
- Science/Technology
- Culture/History
- Paper Arts
- Studio Arts
- Food/Brewing

Additional information on Schedule of Challenges, & Classes can be found here:

Site Opens: 9:30 AM
Site Closes: 6:30 PM

Event Location

Emmanuel Episcopal Parish
519 Washington Street
Braintree, MA  02184
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Registration Fees

Member Discount:  $12
Site fee:  $17

Make Checks Payable to: TBD

Contact Information

Event Steward:

John Reardon
Master William Trout, called Billyfish

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