Saturday, October 25, 2014

 

Atenveldt Kingdom A&S Competition
 Kingdom of Atenveldt A&S Competition  

About the Kingdom of Atenveldt
Arts & Sciences Competition…

The Kingdom of Atenveldt A&S Competition provides a venue wherein interested artisans may have their artworks, based upon pre-17th century æsthetics, methods, and/or functionality, critiqued; where the populace may view the works of these artisans; where outstanding artisans may be recognized; and, by means of which an Atenveldt Kingdom Arts & Sciences Champion may be selected to represent the glorious Kingdom of Atenveldt.

Information about the upcoming (or past, if the Competition date has passed) event appears below. The "About the xxxx Event…" section may be updated as the event approaches, so watch for changes. The Competition rules for all divisions, as well as the categories and judging sheets, are all available below (or by utilizing the A&S Competition Links to the right).


 Kingdom A&S Competition  

Kingdom of Atenveldt
Arts & Sciences Competition

Saturday October 4, 2014 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m.
Veritas Prep Academy, 3102 N 56th Street, Phoenix, AZ

Atenveldt Arts & Sciences Competition A.S.XLIX. (2014)
WINNERS LIST


Remember that subcategories are for judging purposes ONLY. There are only Category winners.


Atenveldt A&S Champion

Lord Yehoshua Ben Aabram

Lord Yehoshua Ben Aabram’s five entries in her Championship Display were as follows:


CATEGORY

ENTRY

Alchemy

A medicine for the cure of various ills and preservation of youth.

Camping & Homesteading

A wooden box with iron bands

Instruments, Models, & Tools - Scientific Instruments

A selection of medical tools including scalpel and cauter.

Spirits/Brewing - Cordials

A medicinal cordial.

Writing - Other Writing

A documentation piece on antidotes to poisons.


Atenveldt A&S Youth Champion

Flore de le Court

Flore de le Court’s two entries were as follows:


CATEGORY

ENTRY

Child - What You Eat

Hedgehogs, meatballs with almond spines

Child - What You Use

Veil Pins


Novice Division Category Winners


CATEGORY

NAME

ENTRY

Alchemy

Lord Conrad Bombast von Tritenheim

Solution that turns silver metals gold

Clothing

Lady Stella della Luna

Italian working class dress

Culinary Arts

Lady Stella della Luna

Almond biscuits

Instruments, Models, & Tools

Lord Conrad Bombast von Tritenheim

Equal arm balance scale

Jewelry/Decorative Pieces

Lady Stella della Luna

Red Beaded Necklace


Open Division Category Winners


CATEGORY

NAME

ENTRY

Alchemy

Lady Ghita de Ferrara

Renaissance Hygiene products


Camping & Homesteading

Lady Rosamund Sanburne

Whisk broom

Clothing

Mistress Nefratiri Ani Eponis

16th Century Turkish Caftan

Culinary Arts

Mistress Alane O'Maoilriain

Cherry preserves.

Heraldic Display

Lady Fiona inghean Mheg uidhir

Appliqued personal device and Baronial badge

Manuscript Arts

Master Ritchyrd McUath

Middle Eastern Scroll

Needlework

Bannthegn Lisabetta Bartolomea Zanca

Beaded Pelican in its Piety

Performing Arts

Master Ritchyrd McUath

Middle Eastern Dance

Spirits/Brewing

Lord Donndubán Ó Domhnaill

Lord Thom Spyle Syngere

Brownie Braggo

Fresh Honey/Apricot cordial.

Toys & Games

Lady Yasha the Poisoner

Buzz Bones, a Viking children’s game

Writing

Master Ritchyrd McUath

Research Paper



Populace Choice Winners


CATEGORY

NAME

ENTRY

Static Arts-Open

Bannthegn Lisabetta Bartolomea Zanca

Beaded Pelican in its Piety

Performing Arts

Master Ritchyrd McUath

Middle Eastern Dance

Static Arts-Novice

Lord Conrad Bombast von Tritenheim

Equal arm balance scale


Child Winners


CATEGORY

NAME

ENTRY

What You Eat

Flore de le Court

Hedgehogs, meatballs

What You Use

Flore de le Court

Veil Pins

What you Wear

Annaliese of Twin Moons

Viking Treasure Necklace



About the 2014 A&S Competition…

A&S COMPETITION: All Open, Novice, Youth, and Children's Division entries for the Kingdom Arts & Sciences Competition are strongly encouraged to pre-register by September 26, 2014. A pre-registration form is available on the Atenveldt A&S Website. In addition, those with intent to become Kingdom Arts & Sciences Champion MUST pre-register and submit a letter of intent to the Crown and the Kingdom A&S Minister (September 4, 2014). Please contact Lady Kirsten Maria Matz (asmin@atenveldt.org) for clarification on any competition related matters. For a complete listing of the Kingdom A&S Competition rules of the competition, categories, or judging sheets please view the Atenveldt A&S Website or contact your local A&S Officer. 

SITE: This is a Tobacco free site, including e-cigs! All use of Tobacco products must be in the designated area outside. DRY SITE! There is a zero tolerance by the site management-Alcohol is Strictly prohibited. (Judging of brewing entries will be done off-site at a location to be determined.) Only assistance animals are permitted and must be leashed at all times. Weapons are not allowed on site except those used as part of Kingdom regalia or specifically as Competition entries. 

SCHEDULE: The site will open and entry registration will begin at 10:00 a.m. Entry registration will close at the start of opening court. The Site closes at 5:00 p.m. Information on court will be forthcoming, please see your usual event announcement venues.

ADDRESS: Veritas Prep Academy, 3102 N 56th Street, Phoenix, AZ  85018

SITE FEE: Adults with proof of SCA membership: $10.00. Adults without proof of SCA membership: $15.00. Youth  age 17 and Under are Free.

For those who do not wish to enter the competition there will be both a Laurel showcase and a General Artisan Showcase. While documentation is not required to enter either showcase it is always encouraged. This is a great opportunity to get feedback on both completed and in progress projects.

We are happy to offer many activities over the course of the day, including both a Hard Suit and Rapier Workshop in the morning followed by a hard suit tournament in the afternoon! (Please contact the event coordinator for further details.) There will also be a kids corner full of fun activities, supplies to try your hand at some new arts and an offering of classes such as “SCA 101” and “So you’re thinking about becoming a Baron or Baroness...” You are encouraged to bring along a lunch or select something tasty from a list of nearby restaurants.  

We welcome your questions about the event site and activities, and look forward to your visit. Best wishes on your entries!

Event Coordinator: Lady Irisko Aranyas; ashimo115@gmail.com

Atenveldt Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences: Lady Kirsten Maria Matz (Trina Taylor); asmin@atenveldt.org.

Kingdom A&S Competition Rules…

Please select a link below to view the indicated Atenveldt A&S Competition Rules set:

There have been several minor rule changes to the adult rules since the 2009 competition. These are described and explained in a FAQ document that may be viewed here:

There have been essentially no changes to the Youth and Children's Divisions Rules this year.

Kingdom A&S Competition Categories…

Please select the link below to view the Atenveldt A&S Competition Categories list:

There have been no Category revisions for Kingdom A&S Competition.

Kingdom A&S Competition Judging Sheets…

Please select the link below to view the Atenveldt A&S General Competition Judging Sheets:

The following link will open a copy of the Champion Evaluation Sheet that will be used by the Champion Selection Committee when evaluating a Champion candidate's Championship Display:

Updates to the judging sheets is a continually ongoing process. Revising the judging sheets provides judges with a better-tuned set of hints for judging each particular category or subcategory, helping to reduce any potential subjectivity introduced due to misunderstanding of the criteria with respect to the entry. The revised judging sheets will also assist entrants when producing an artwork and when preparing documentation to accompany their entry. Each year we hope to provide judging sheet revisions.

Kingdom A&S Competition Pre-registration…

The competition rules specify that all entries in the Open, Novice, Youth, and Children's Divisions are strongly encouraged to pre-register. This saves much time and confusion at the event, and allows the A&S Minister to have appropriate judges invited well in advance of the event. There is a DEADLINE: "Completed pre-registration forms must be postmarked to or received by the Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences, or by the Kingdom Emergency Deputy A&S Minister, BY September 26, 2014!!!! Champions registrations are due by September 4, 2014. The MANUAL forms may be transmitted by US Mail, by email (scanned;Jpeg, etc), or by hand delivery. Any reasonable facsimile of this form (i.e., a simple e-mail, letter, or even a telephone call or well-organized message) containing ALL necessary information, will be accepted."

There are two possible forms. The first is an automated e-form that may be submitted easily online. The second is a manual form that may be used by those not having success with the automated form due to slow internet access, no access to a computer, etc. These are both accessible below...

Please select the link below to view the AUTOMATED Atenveldt A&S Competition Entry Pre-registration E-Form:

Please select the link below to view the MANUAL Atenveldt A&S Competition Entry Pre-registration Form:

NOTE: Use the MANUAL pre-registration form as follows:

  1. If possible, print the form. (If this is not possible, read the form carefully and provide all required information using another format.)
  2. Read the form carefully. If you have any questions, contact your local A&S Officer, or contact the Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences.
  3. Complete the entrant information (top) portion of the form. SCA Name and contact information (e-mail address and/or telephone number) are required, as are responses to questions 2 and 3 on the form.
  4. Complete one line in the entry table for each of your proposed entries. Please print legibly! For each entry, you must supply:
    • A Category or Subcategory name (see the A&S Competition Categories (see above for link) for Open or Novice Division categories, or refer to the Youth and Children's Division Rules for the Youth and Children's Division categories);
    • A short name or description of the entry;
    • Into which Competition the entry will be placed (General or Champion);
    • The Division into which the entry is being placed [NOTE: This applies to entries destined for the General Competition or the Youth or Children's Divisions—this field may be ignored if the entry in that line is a Champion Competition entry.]; and,
    • If the entry is destined for the General Competition, an indication of whether or not the entry is a Group Entry.
  5. If any of the entries are Group Entries, all of the members of the group should be named in the final section of the form.
  6. Transmit the completed form to the Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences, or to the Emergency Deputy Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences, by the deadline indicated. You may scan and e-mail the completed form (try to keep the file small–black and white medium resolution JPEG is OK), send by US Postal Service, or hand deliver the pre-registration form (other methods are, for the most part, also acceptable).

 


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