The East Goes East (Ethereal)
Hosted by Barony of Carolingia - Your City, MA
Event date: February 19th, 2022
Event Last Modified: February 17th, 2022
We’re organizing a day of virtual classes centered on East and Southeast Asia in honor of Their Royal Highnesses, Prince Ryouko’jin and Princess Andrakshi.
In addition to classes, we’re offering an all day Salon for socializing, and a website https://carolingia.eastkingdom.org/tege/ with space for a virtual A&S display. After learning new things and relaxing with friends, join us for an evening of collaborative poetry at the Renga Party!
930am Event Opens
940am Welcome Words from the Baron and Baronessa of Carolingia
10am Salon opens
1-2pm Lunch / Salon remains open, bring your lunch!
6.30-9pm Renga Party
We would love to see the art you’re creating, especially if it is inspired by an Asian culture! To participate in the A&S Display, please send up to 3 images and a short write up of your project to THL Sugawara no Naeme at email@example.com no later than 2/12.
Would you like to help make this event possible? We welcome your assistance! We need class moderators and hosts for the general room and salon. Please fill in this google form https://bit.ly/3LhYDZf by 2/15 to volunteer. Thank you for being generous with your time! If you have any questions, send an email to Lady Patience Faircloth at firstname.lastname@example.org
To register for the event, please fill in this google form https://forms.gle/NyRrYq9YT6X9jt4x7 . You will receive an email the day before the event with the zoom link.
The Anatomy of Japanese Hanging Scrolls
Basic Japanese Poetics: Tanka
Chigiri-e: Collage and Illumination in Japanese Literature
East Asian Calligraphy - All Encompassed
Embroidery of 16c India
From Rikyu to Enshu: the establishment of chanoyu and the tea aesthetic
Indian Dance Intro
Introduction to Japanese Women’s Dress
Intro to Kalaripayattu
Intro to Women's Clothing of India
Japanese Dance Fan Handling
Japanese Ghosts and Monsters
Japanese Stab Binding
Kasane for the SCA: Color in Court Clothing
Korean Garb: 101 and Q&A
Korean Names from the 13th and 14th Centuries
Learn to make Chinese Bao (buns)
Let's Make Onigiri
Making Tang Dynasty Hairpieces (and how to wear them)
Tang Dynasty Clothing
(Time) Capsule Wardrobe: Costumes and Textiles from Mawangdui I
Xia: Knight-errantry in China
Class schedule: https://bit.ly/3HM3ShZ
Site Opens: 9:30am
Site Closes: 9pm
Your City, MA 02478
This is a virtual/ethereal event.
Event is free.
To register for the event, please fill in this google form https://forms.gle/NyRrYq9YT6X9jt4x7 no later than February 17th. You will receive an email the day before the event with the zoom link.
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