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Arts and Sciences

One of the main goals of the SCA is to preserve the Arts and Sciences of the Middle Ages. One way we do this is by recreating these Arts and Sciences as closely as possible. Nearly everything you can think of could be a form of Arts and Sciences. Basically, if it is something you study or recreate in any way, it falls under Arts and Sciences (also known as "A&S").

We meet weekly for A&S, to either take a class or catch up on personal projects.

Check our calendar for meeting time and location details.

Classes
Our members often volunteer to teach classes of interest to the populace. These classes are open to the public and are usually free (unless materials are required, then there is usually a small fee to cover materials). Please check our Calendar for upcoming classes.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our Arts and Sciences Minister for more information.

Examples of Arts & Sciences Activities:

Archery
  Shooting Longbow / Shortbow / Recurve
  Shooting Crossbow
Bardic (Performing Arts)
  Playing a Period Instrument
  Singing Period Songs
  Poetry, Jokes, Stories, and Riddles
Bowyer (Building Bows)
Calligraphy / Illumination
Candle Making
Culinary Arts
  Cooking
  Brewing
    Beer
    Wine
    Mead
Dancing
  Court / English Country
  Tribal / Middle-Eastern / Belly Dancing
Fletching(Building Arrows)
Game Playing
  Bocce Ball
  9-Men Morris
  Backgammon
  Dice
  Darts
  Hunker Hauser
Garb Making (Tailoring / Sewing)
Heraldry
  Voice Heraldry
  Book Heraldry
  Court Heraldry
  Field Heraldry
Knot Tying / Braiding / Rope Use
Leatherworking
Martial Arts
Practicing, Studying, or Teaching
Building Armor or Weapons
Pottery / Ceramics
Silk Banner Painting
Thrown Weapons Use
  Axes / Knives
  Spears / Javelins
Weaving / Spinning
Wood Carving

 

Please remember to let your local Arts and Sciences Minister know about any A&S activities you engage in so that they may inform the Crown what sorts of A&S are taking place within Their Kingdom. 

In additon, if there are any A&S classes you would like to take (or teach) please let them know so classes can be scheduled.