Kingdom A&S Collegium
May 31 – June 1, 2014 BARONY OF ATENVELDT
It's time for for learning, time for sharing,
time to think about teaching
at the Kingdom Collegium.
Location: This year's Kingdom Collegium will be held at Veritas Preparatory Academy, 3102 N 56th St #100, Phoenix, AZ 85018. This is a school and therefore a dry site. Smoking is only allowed in designated areas just off site.
Event Times: Event & Class Registration will open at 8:30 am on Saturday and 9:30 am on Sunday. The site will close at 5:00 pm Saturday and 1 pm Sunday.
Site Fees: $10 for members, $15 for non-members, and youth 17 & under are Free.
This wonderful two day collegium is to be a back to basics kind of gathering. We will be recruiting teachers to teach a range of classes. The emphasis will be on learning a new skill, trying a new art, bringing a friend into the SCA, or learning a new office. There will be a shaded courtyard as well for those inspired to teach fighting or dancing classes.
A list of local restaurants will be provided or feel free to bring a lunch and hang out in the common area. Cold water, lemonade, and tea will be provided.
Teachers are Needed: You can now sign up to teach classes with the quick and easy online form! Click HERE to access this form, or go to the Kingdom A&S Website, go to A&S events, then to Kingdom A&S Collegium, from there you will see where the form is. If you are planning to teach on the subject of the use of fire, Hard Suit fighting or Rapier please remember that some sites have strict rules and what ever they say is finial. If you have any questions you can contact the event stewards listed below. ALL TEACHERS PLEASE SIGN IN WHEN YOU GET TO SITE. Deadline to sign up is now May 10th!
Event Stewards: Lady Kirsten Matz, firstname.lastname@example.org or
Master Ritchyrd McUath, email@example.com
Site Coordinator: Mistress Corynne MacLeod
Make Your Original A&S Written Material Available to Others…
The SCA is all about the Arts and Sciences of the Middle Ages and Renaissance eras! Learning about the A&S, and then passing your knowledge and skill on to others, is a truly noble endeavor.
Have you, as a knowledgable artisan, Collegium instructor, or A&S Competition entrant, created a well-written original article, class handout, or documentation? Would you consider sharing your knowledge with others who might not have been able to attend your class or work directly with you? Here's your opportunity! With your permission, we can make your original material available to others through publication on the Atenveldt A&S Website, the Atenveldtus Glorious (annual Atenveldt Kingdom A&S Newsletter), or (perhaps) in the Southwind (Atenveldt Kingdom Newsletter). Here's how you can allow this to happen:
- If you have written an original class handout, documentation for an A&S Competition entry, or a paper or article, begin by asking someone else to read your material to check for errors (these can be embarrasing). Make any necessary corrections. And, make sure you have included any necessary citations/references, as these are often valuable to readers (and prevent possible copyright issues).
- Obtain a copy of the A&S Publication Permission Form . [In order for the SCA to publish your material, we will require your written permission, including an original signature for use in the Atenveldtus Glorious or in Southwind. (NOTE:The online form has a
button on the bottom of the document—this may not work on all sustems.)] Read, complete, and sign this form.
- Transmit a copy of your work (via e-mail, mail, or by hand), accompanied by the signed form (or a scanned copy if only for Atenveldt A&S Website publication), to the venue for which you have given permission to publish (see the bottom of the form for info). Digital copies may be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org—this will send a copy to the Chronicler, the A&S Minister, and the Atenveldtus Glorious editor.
- If you do not receive an acknowledgement of receipt within a reasonable time, please check with the appropriate receiver to make sure your material was properly received.
Of course, all material will be reviewed, and final publication decision will lie with the Chronicler's Office and/or the Minister of Arts & Sciences. We hope you will share your knowledge and skills, making these Current Middle Ages truly an educational resource for all!