Tamaris painting. Image via Wikipedia commons, from an uncited French manuscript of Giovanni Boccaccio’s Des Cleres et Nobles Femmes, 1403.
Greetings all from the Kingdom A&S Minister, Master Philip White.
One of my goals in this office is to connect people with teachers and make learning more accessible. I’d like to see people working with other artisans more easily and to become better partners while developing a stronger community.
Another one of my goals is to not reinvent the wheel. If we have people already working on projects then let’s see if the East Kingdom can benefit form them too.
Master Lorenzo, from Meridies, has been working on an SCA Artisans List.
Click on the link and give it a look!
SCA Artisans Website
Full disclosure! Please note!
* The Mobile Interface is read-only.
* This is a work in process!
* There will be edits and improvements.
* We know it is not perfect.
* The list has been pre-loaded based off of the Order of Precedence published online.
I’ve tried it myself! I set up my registration and logged in. I’ve updated my information and finished setting up my account.
It is really easy to use.
The more people who participate the better the tool can become. There is a name search function but also by group or State or interest.
We could also even use this for local groups to register artisans, or set up judging, or classes, or something other things. There are options!
Remember… Have fun! Teach! Learn!
Your Servant to Command,