Online Class: Waiting for Cadeax with Lady Alicia du Bois

Join Lady Alicia du Bois for her class, "Waiting for Cadeax"! We will talk about the beautiful initial capital letters called “cadeaux” or “cadels” first introduced to the world in the very early 15th century. We’ll talk about the history of these beautiful and complicated letters, when and where they were used as the idea... Continue Reading →

Online Class: Cartography in the SCA -or- Mapping the Knowne World with Sir Seumas mac Brehon

Join Sir Seumas mac Brehon for his class Cartography in the SCA -or- Mapping the Knowne World. This class will be a survey of the art and science of cartography, and its application within the SCA. https://youtu.be/_f0a27ps5Wc This is part of a series of online classes I am hosting through Zoom meetings Wednesdays at 6:30pm... Continue Reading →

Beekeeping Through the Ages: Exploring Tools, Techniques and Hive Designs with HL Melissa of Dalmatia

Join HL Melissa of Dalmatia as she discusses ancient and medieval hive designs, tools, beekeeping methods, myths and theories! She will also include some modern know how so you can get started exploring beekeeping! https://youtu.be/5I4v6HKAzKE This is part of a series of online classes I am hosting through Zoom meetings Wednesdays at 6:30pm and Sundays... Continue Reading →

Ruffles, Pleats, & Frills Surveilling the Middle Ages for the Extraordinary! with Dame Cristiana de Huntington

This class will explore European veils from the 14th - 15th centuries as they span from the ordinary to the extraordinary. We will examine techniques and trends represented in a variety of art forms. For more of Dame Cristiana's work you can visit her blog at https://dehuntington.com/. https://youtu.be/5xevspUOwTM This is part of a series of... Continue Reading →

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