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  • William Vincenti
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    Message 1 of 2 , Feb 28, 2001
      --- Jeff Suzuki <jeffs@...> wrote:
      > Subject: EKU Schedule
      >
      > Greetings!
      >
      > Here is the (more or less) final schedule for
      > Saturday's event. There
      > have been some relatively minor changes, owing to a
      > few last minute
      > additions; I hope the changes have not resulted in
      > inconveniences to
      > anyone, but if they do, please let me know as soon
      > as possible and we'll
      > try to get the changes in before the schedule goes
      > to press.
      >
      > For everyone who will be teaching: many thanks for
      > volunteering. Do be
      > sure to get enough water, food, etc., during the day
      > (especially for
      > those of you who have bravely volunteered for
      > multiple hours of
      > teaching).
      >
      > William the Alchymist
      >
      >
      > Text version of schedule:
      > ==========================
      > Fiber Arts
      >
      > A Survey of Medieval Hats for Men and Women
      > (12:30-2:30)
      > Cynthia du Pr� Argent
      >
      > Covers veils and bands, fillet, coif, stuffed roll
      > hats for men & women,
      > hoods, men's 15th century hats and the various forms
      > of "hennin" for
      > women. All skill levels welcome. Handouts
      > provided.
      >
      > Greenland and Beyond (12:30-2:30)
      > Mistress Katherine Gilliesfleur
      >
      > Around table discussion concerning the Greenland
      > gowns, open to those
      > who have made them and those interested in doing so.
      > Participants will
      > show a number of interpretations of the gowns
      > themselves, and discuss
      > the usefulness of the Greenland cuts in the context
      > of Gothic
      > construction.
      >
      > 16th century Irish Clothing (2:30-3:30)
      > Caisin inghean mhic Annaidh
      >
      > An overview of clothing worn by men and women in
      > Ireland, focusing on a
      > few extant examples. Replicas of these examples
      > will be shown in
      > class. $1 for a handout.
      >
      > Period Counted Thread Techniques (2:30-3:30)
      > Mistress Katherine Gilliesfleur
      >
      > Cross stitch and blackwork are only two of a variety
      > of counted thread
      > techniques practiced in the Medieval and Renaissance
      > eras. This class
      > will discuss some of the others, including pattern
      > darning, long arm
      > cross, brickwork and pulled thread, including
      > suggested materials and
      > usage.
      >
      > An Introduction to Women's Italian Renaissance
      > Clothing (2:30-3:30)
      > Maddalena Salutati
      >
      > An overview of women's clothing in the Italian
      > Renaissance with an
      > emphasis on the development of styles from the
      > Italian International
      > Gothic to Middle Renaissance (pre 1400 to 1540).
      >
      > Frescoes Full of Fashion (3:30-4:30)
      > Maddalena Salutati
      >
      > A discussion of the different styles of women's
      > dress as depicted in the
      > frescoes of the Palazzo Schifanoia (Ferrara, Italy
      > 1466-70).
      >
      > Other Arts
      >
      > SCA Dance for the Compleat Klutz(11:00-12:00)
      > Lady Isabeau Legere de Pieds
      >
      > Introduction to Whitework (11:00-12:00)
      > Mistress Dorren of Ashwell
      >
      > For scribal types. Handout, hands-on if people bring
      > basic painting
      > supplies, and a limited amount of loaner stuff
      > available.
      >
      > Basic Chain Mail Coif Construction (11:00-12:00)
      > Baron William Montagu du Vert
      >
      > Construction of chain mail coifs.
      >
      > Cooking and Serving Medievally and in the SCA For
      > Children 7-14
      > (12:30-2:30)
      > Andrea MacIntyre
      >
      >
      > Going Buggy: Ornamental uses of insects in
      > illumination and embroidery
      > (1:30-2:30)
      > Svea
      >
      > A hands-on class on about the fascinated by the
      > trompe l'oeil borders in
      > late 15th century books of hours, often called the
      > "squashed bug" style
      > in the SCA. The same design idea of small creepy
      > crawlies amid the
      > flowers is often seen in embroidery on clothing in
      > the next century.
      > Materials cost; class limit 10.
      >
      > The Medieval Harp (12:30-1:30)
      > Lady Una the Harper
      >
      > The instrument, the music, and the differences
      > between the harp in
      > Europe and Ireland. Open to harpers on any level;
      > two harps available.
      > A good class for anyone interested in the harp or in
      > learning some basic
      > technique or accumulating pieces to play.
      >
      > Welsh Wood Butchery (3:30-4:30)
      > Macseamus Oeamonn
      >
      > How to select timber/wood for furniture
      > construction; reeving/splitting
      > wood into billets in preparation to shaping; basic
      > use of shaving bench
      > to shape furniture components; information on what
      > tools are needed,
      > where to find them, basic sharpening.
      >
      > Shading for Scribes (2:30-3:30)
      > Mistress Dorren of Ashwell
      >
      > Techniques of shading. Demonstration of how to
      > achieve shading effects
      > using water-based paints. Discussion of how
      > illuminations were shaded
      > and how techniques changed, including closeup photos
      > of actual
      > manuscripts.
      >
      > Medieval Gardens, Herbal and otherwise (2:30-3:30)
      > Jadwiga Zajaczkowa
      >
      > Rapier Melee (12:30-2:30)
      > Malcolm Bowman
      >
      > A look at tactics, techniques, and ideas for
      > application of melee combat
      > for rapier. No weapons required, discussion
      > encouraged.
      >
      > Uncommon English Country Dances (3:30-4:30)
      > Arglwydd Dafydd Cyhoeddwr
      >
      > Come learn a few of John Playford's 1st Edition
      > English Country Dances
      > that you have probably never had the opportunity to
      > dance before. I
      > will be teaching Fine Companion, Grey's Inn Maske,
      > Lull Me Beyond Thee,
      > and Shepheards Holyday (if we have time in the
      > hour). These dances all
      > have recorded music available to them, so you may
      > well be able to take
      > them back and teach them to your own groups of
      > dancers.
      >
      > Mathematics of the Far East (3:30-4:30)
      > Fujimoto Saburo Masumune
      >
      > Did the "Hindu-Arabic" system of numbers originate
      > in China? Numeration
      > and computation methods from Chinese texts predate
      > but closely match
      > later Islamic methods. If time permits, we'll
      > discuss fang chang,
      > Out-In, Excess and Shortfall, and other Chinese
      > methods of mathematics.
      >
      > History and Culture
      >
      > Introduction to Library Research with new improved
      > web searching section
      > (11:00-12:00)
      > Jadwiga Zajaczkowa
      >
      > Introduction to Celtic Mythology, Irish and Welsh
      > (12:30-2:30)
      > Azalais de Fontevrault
      >
      > Making and Taking Tea: The History of Tea in
      > Western Europe (2:30-3:30)
      > Baroness Laureen des Vitraux
      >
      > Western European tea traditions: what a European tea
      > would consist of;
      > how to run them; their place in society.
      >
      > SCA Related
      >
      > Providing Group Support at War (11:00-12:00)
      > THL Margarete of Stirlingshire
      >
      > The basics of providing field-side combatant support
      > for War (and other
      > events) while integrating successfully with the
      > official support systems
      > such as the chirurgeons and the waterbearers
      >
      > Practical Protocol in the SCA (12:30-2:30)
      > Mistress Dorren of Ashwell and Lord Cynon Mac an
      > Choile
      >
      > An informal discussion format, loosely-structured
      > class on various
      > topics -courtesy, awards, dealing with a Royal
      > visit, what to do if
      > you're called into court, how to figure out who
      > makes the dinner toast,
      > etc. Participants are encouraged to
      > have/bring/share questions, either
      > general or specific. There are no dumb questions!
      >
      > Medieval Chivalric Ideals: An Informal Roundtable
      > Discussion of how
      > they fit into the SCA (2:30-4:30)
      > William MacCrimmon
      >
      > A roundtable discussion on chivalric ideals in the
      SCA.


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    • William Vincenti
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      Message 2 of 2 , Feb 28, 2001
        --- Jeff Suzuki <jeffs@...> wrote:
        > Subject: EKU Schedule
        >
        > Greetings!
        >
        > Here is the (more or less) final schedule for
        > Saturday's event. There
        > have been some relatively minor changes, owing to a
        > few last minute
        > additions; I hope the changes have not resulted in
        > inconveniences to
        > anyone, but if they do, please let me know as soon
        > as possible and we'll
        > try to get the changes in before the schedule goes
        > to press.
        >
        > For everyone who will be teaching: many thanks for
        > volunteering. Do be
        > sure to get enough water, food, etc., during the day
        > (especially for
        > those of you who have bravely volunteered for
        > multiple hours of
        > teaching).
        >
        > William the Alchymist
        >
        >
        > Text version of schedule:
        > ==========================
        > Fiber Arts
        >
        > A Survey of Medieval Hats for Men and Women
        > (12:30-2:30)
        > Cynthia du Pr� Argent
        >
        > Covers veils and bands, fillet, coif, stuffed roll
        > hats for men & women,
        > hoods, men's 15th century hats and the various forms
        > of "hennin" for
        > women. All skill levels welcome. Handouts
        > provided.
        >
        > Greenland and Beyond (12:30-2:30)
        > Mistress Katherine Gilliesfleur
        >
        > Around table discussion concerning the Greenland
        > gowns, open to those
        > who have made them and those interested in doing so.
        > Participants will
        > show a number of interpretations of the gowns
        > themselves, and discuss
        > the usefulness of the Greenland cuts in the context
        > of Gothic
        > construction.
        >
        > 16th century Irish Clothing (2:30-3:30)
        > Caisin inghean mhic Annaidh
        >
        > An overview of clothing worn by men and women in
        > Ireland, focusing on a
        > few extant examples. Replicas of these examples
        > will be shown in
        > class. $1 for a handout.
        >
        > Period Counted Thread Techniques (2:30-3:30)
        > Mistress Katherine Gilliesfleur
        >
        > Cross stitch and blackwork are only two of a variety
        > of counted thread
        > techniques practiced in the Medieval and Renaissance
        > eras. This class
        > will discuss some of the others, including pattern
        > darning, long arm
        > cross, brickwork and pulled thread, including
        > suggested materials and
        > usage.
        >
        > An Introduction to Women's Italian Renaissance
        > Clothing (2:30-3:30)
        > Maddalena Salutati
        >
        > An overview of women's clothing in the Italian
        > Renaissance with an
        > emphasis on the development of styles from the
        > Italian International
        > Gothic to Middle Renaissance (pre 1400 to 1540).
        >
        > Frescoes Full of Fashion (3:30-4:30)
        > Maddalena Salutati
        >
        > A discussion of the different styles of women's
        > dress as depicted in the
        > frescoes of the Palazzo Schifanoia (Ferrara, Italy
        > 1466-70).
        >
        > Other Arts
        >
        > SCA Dance for the Compleat Klutz(11:00-12:00)
        > Lady Isabeau Legere de Pieds
        >
        > Introduction to Whitework (11:00-12:00)
        > Mistress Dorren of Ashwell
        >
        > For scribal types. Handout, hands-on if people bring
        > basic painting
        > supplies, and a limited amount of loaner stuff
        > available.
        >
        > Basic Chain Mail Coif Construction (11:00-12:00)
        > Baron William Montagu du Vert
        >
        > Construction of chain mail coifs.
        >
        > Cooking and Serving Medievally and in the SCA For
        > Children 7-14
        > (12:30-2:30)
        > Andrea MacIntyre
        >
        >
        > Going Buggy: Ornamental uses of insects in
        > illumination and embroidery
        > (1:30-2:30)
        > Svea
        >
        > A hands-on class on about the fascinated by the
        > trompe l'oeil borders in
        > late 15th century books of hours, often called the
        > "squashed bug" style
        > in the SCA. The same design idea of small creepy
        > crawlies amid the
        > flowers is often seen in embroidery on clothing in
        > the next century.
        > Materials cost; class limit 10.
        >
        > The Medieval Harp (12:30-1:30)
        > Lady Una the Harper
        >
        > The instrument, the music, and the differences
        > between the harp in
        > Europe and Ireland. Open to harpers on any level;
        > two harps available.
        > A good class for anyone interested in the harp or in
        > learning some basic
        > technique or accumulating pieces to play.
        >
        > Welsh Wood Butchery (3:30-4:30)
        > Macseamus Oeamonn
        >
        > How to select timber/wood for furniture
        > construction; reeving/splitting
        > wood into billets in preparation to shaping; basic
        > use of shaving bench
        > to shape furniture components; information on what
        > tools are needed,
        > where to find them, basic sharpening.
        >
        > Shading for Scribes (2:30-3:30)
        > Mistress Dorren of Ashwell
        >
        > Techniques of shading. Demonstration of how to
        > achieve shading effects
        > using water-based paints. Discussion of how
        > illuminations were shaded
        > and how techniques changed, including closeup photos
        > of actual
        > manuscripts.
        >
        > Medieval Gardens, Herbal and otherwise (2:30-3:30)
        > Jadwiga Zajaczkowa
        >
        > Rapier Melee (12:30-2:30)
        > Malcolm Bowman
        >
        > A look at tactics, techniques, and ideas for
        > application of melee combat
        > for rapier. No weapons required, discussion
        > encouraged.
        >
        > Uncommon English Country Dances (3:30-4:30)
        > Arglwydd Dafydd Cyhoeddwr
        >
        > Come learn a few of John Playford's 1st Edition
        > English Country Dances
        > that you have probably never had the opportunity to
        > dance before. I
        > will be teaching Fine Companion, Grey's Inn Maske,
        > Lull Me Beyond Thee,
        > and Shepheards Holyday (if we have time in the
        > hour). These dances all
        > have recorded music available to them, so you may
        > well be able to take
        > them back and teach them to your own groups of
        > dancers.
        >
        > Mathematics of the Far East (3:30-4:30)
        > Fujimoto Saburo Masumune
        >
        > Did the "Hindu-Arabic" system of numbers originate
        > in China? Numeration
        > and computation methods from Chinese texts predate
        > but closely match
        > later Islamic methods. If time permits, we'll
        > discuss fang chang,
        > Out-In, Excess and Shortfall, and other Chinese
        > methods of mathematics.
        >
        > History and Culture
        >
        > Introduction to Library Research with new improved
        > web searching section
        > (11:00-12:00)
        > Jadwiga Zajaczkowa
        >
        > Introduction to Celtic Mythology, Irish and Welsh
        > (12:30-2:30)
        > Azalais de Fontevrault
        >
        > Making and Taking Tea: The History of Tea in
        > Western Europe (2:30-3:30)
        > Baroness Laureen des Vitraux
        >
        > Western European tea traditions: what a European tea
        > would consist of;
        > how to run them; their place in society.
        >
        > SCA Related
        >
        > Providing Group Support at War (11:00-12:00)
        > THL Margarete of Stirlingshire
        >
        > The basics of providing field-side combatant support
        > for War (and other
        > events) while integrating successfully with the
        > official support systems
        > such as the chirurgeons and the waterbearers
        >
        > Practical Protocol in the SCA (12:30-2:30)
        > Mistress Dorren of Ashwell and Lord Cynon Mac an
        > Choile
        >
        > An informal discussion format, loosely-structured
        > class on various
        > topics -courtesy, awards, dealing with a Royal
        > visit, what to do if
        > you're called into court, how to figure out who
        > makes the dinner toast,
        > etc. Participants are encouraged to
        > have/bring/share questions, either
        > general or specific. There are no dumb questions!
        >
        > Medieval Chivalric Ideals: An Informal Roundtable
        > Discussion of how
        > they fit into the SCA (2:30-4:30)
        > William MacCrimmon
        >
        > A roundtable discussion on chivalric ideals in the
        SCA.


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