Now, Solveig you've made an implacable ennemy... ME!
How can you propose such a cursus when I can't go??? Damn.
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Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2007 9:44 PM
To: David Lee; email@example.com
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Subject: [SCA-JML] Proposed Pennsic Class List
Greetings from Solveig! I have submitted the following class list to the
Chancellor of the Pennsic University. Needless to say, I intend to teach all
of these. Some of them may not appear in the printed Pennsic Schedule. I
will post exact times and locations later. However, I can assure you that
the Incense demo and the Tea demo will both take place at Clan Yama
Kaminari. I look forward to seeing all of you at one time or another at
Pennsic. I do hope that Ii dono will undertake putting together a composite
schedule of all East Asian classes again. I think that it was very useful.
Taking the Brush
Friday (AUG 03) 1:00 – 3:00
Wednesday (AUG 08) 1:00 - 3:00
A hands-on introduction to Japanese calligraphy. This class will cover
official documents, Chinese style ink paintings, and combining poetry with
painting. Participants will also learn about the evolution of character
styles and how documents were attested.
The Imperial Table
Saturday (AUG 04) 1:00 - 2:00
Tuesday (AUG 07) 1:00 - 2:00
An introduction to the cuisine, etiquette, and food preparation techniques
of ancient China and Japan. We will particularly focus on China of the Six
Dynasties period and the influence of this period through the T'ang dynasty
on Japanese culinary culture.
Leaves of Laughter - Comic Theatre Workshop
Saturday (AUG 04) 4:00 - 7:00
A participatory workshop introducing several pre-modern theatric forms and
emphasizing late-medieval improvisational Japanese comic theatre.
Participants will be introduced to stock characters, theatrical devices, and
comic theory. We will read several play synopsis and script a short play
for performance later in the week. $1.00 for handout.
Muhekian - The Taste of Tea
Tuesday (AUG 07) 7:00 – 900
Enjoy the taste of tea under the night sky. Please wear Japanese or
loose-fitting clothing with white socks or tabi and bring a fan if you have
one. Please do not wear any jewelry or weapons in the tea room. $5.00 for
Kodo Nyumon – The Sound of Incense
Sunday (AUG 05) 7:00 – 8:00
Experience the dalliance of Heian courtiers. Enjoy “listening” to the scent
of aromatic wood. An introduction to the art and appreciation of incense.
Incense appreciation is deeply rooted in Heian court culture and is
associated with Genji Monogatari. The ceremony will be followed by a poetry
party. $1.00 for participants. $1.00 for poetry handout.
Japanese Festival Dance
Sunday (AUG 05) 4:00 - 6:00
Wednesday (AUG 08) 4:00 - 5:00
A practical introduction to basic Japanese dance movement and a number of
festival dances. Participants are encouraged to come to both sessions. We
will participate in the Yama Kaminari festival later in the week. $1.00 for
The Dawn of Japan
Sunday (AUG 05) 1:00 - 2:00
An introduction to early Japanese culture for those wishing to recreate
ancient Japan. A basic introduction to the history and culture of early
Japan from pre-history to the Nara Period.
The World of the Courtier
Monday (AUG 06) 1:00 - 2:00
An introduction to classical Japanese culture for those wishing to recreate
Japanese court culture. A basic introduction to the history and culture of
classical Japan from the Heian Period through the Kenmu Restoration and the
Northern and Southern courts.
The World of the Warrior
Friday (AUG 10) 1:00 - 2:00
An introduction to medieval Japanese culture for those wishing to recreate
Japanese military culture. A basic introduction to the history and culture
of medieval Japan from the Genpei War through Sekigahara.
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