Now that we are settling
into our day-to-day obligations, I wanted to extend my heartfelt thanks on behalf of our A&S team this year
everyone who took a class or participated in an event or competition.
As you may have noticed, we had A LOT of A&S activities scheduled this year, and that took A LOT of hardworking people committed to our collective geeky vision of the pre-seventeenth century world to pull off:
- more than we could possibly list here! Your commitment to developing a class and offering to teach it (for free, mind us all) make up the bulk of the exciting A&S offerings at the war.
articipating guild liaisons
(Marie le Fairvre, Amon Attwood, and Wolfram Jannsen, notably)
you give us all a glimpse of the cool A&S outcomes we can achieve together. Thanks for working with us.
Know World tour day
(Sibilla Swaine, HRMs Calontir & Ismalla Tapp, Ylva kennara Jonsdottir
, Rahil Isfahani
and Maegwynn Attewode
), thank you for working hard to give us a glimpse into your chosen time and place.
If you had a good arts and science experience at war this year, it's directly due to those above and the team of awesome people who so graciously stepped up to help:
Judith Champnest: Class scheduler and A&S tent organizer
Brigida von München: Competitions
Vashti al-A’sar: Organizing and host not just one, but two, A&S Socials
Ma'az: Gaming tables and the week-long
Sibilla Swaine: Silver Lily Renaissance Salon and Tudor Tavern Night
Ælin Kausi: A&S deputy and sitebook content copyeditor
Big additional thanks to go Maria Arosa de Santa Olalla for all her work coordinating schedules and Winnifred d’Artois for getting the sitebook completed.
Look at all these amazing names! If you know them - or even if you don't - please extend your gratitude to them for all their work.
We want to hear what you liked, what you didn't, and what ideas you have for the future!
We'll be sending out a after-event survey later this week, but if you have anything urgent, please feel free to reach out to me, personally.
Your Friend and Servant,