2018 Raids A&S Schedule

Arts and Sciences in the Crafthouse
Friday
Set up for display and arranging classroom space

Saturday At the Crafthouse near the merchant area
Display 10:00am – 5:00pm
Please clear all displays before Court.

Please come to troll for an updated class

A&S Class Schedule
Friday
2:00 PM
Room 1 – Inkle Weaving
Lady Catherine Lumhalghs
2 Hours
Class Limit 5
Think weaving is an arcane art that you could never master? Join us and learn how to demystify inkle weaving! We will cover how to read an inkle pattern, make heddles, warp your loom, and weave. Bring your own loom and shuttle or I will have 3 looms on which to practice. Yarn, scissors, graph paper, and pencils will be provided.

4:00
Room 1 – Pickup Weaving
Lady Rose de la Cumbe
1 Hour
Are you familiar with inkle weaving and now you want to learn a method with patterns? Pickup weaving is a great alternative to tablet weaving – it does not require any additional materials (like cards) and is still able to produce beautiful patterns. This class will be a demo style; we will cover the difference in technique between inkle and pickup, creating patterns, warping the loom, the basics of pickup weaving, and pattern resources. This class will be most beneficial if you already know how to inkle weave.

Saturday
12:00 Noon
Room 1 – Classical Portraits
Lady Sigrid Schreiber
I’ll show you how to draw the human face in 3- d, and from any angle. We’ll use the same classic cannon of proportion formulated by the Greeks, codified by roman architect Vitruvious and published by DaVinci – but with an updated application thanks to some 20th century masters. Drawing materials will be on hand. Beginners very welcome! (Because you gotta start someplace.)

2:00 PM
Room 1
Inkle Weaving
Lady Catherine Lumhalghs
2 Hours
Class Limit 5
Think weaving is an arcane art that you could never master? Join us and learn how to demystify inkle weaving! We will cover how to read an inkle pattern, make heddles, warp your loom, and weave. Bring your own loom and shuttle or I will have 3 looms on which to practice. Yarn, scissors, graph paper, and pencils will be provided