A&S Competitions

Competitions will occur on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Documentation is strongly suggested. There is an EZ-Doc format for your convenience if you need a starting point. Please bring all entries to the Artists’ Village’s Competition Pavilion between 10:00 and 12:00 during the day of the competition. All entries must be collected no later than 4:00 the afternoon of the competition. Our Artists’ Village is open to the populace and we will not be able to secure any entries left in the competition space after 4:00 pm.

Made of Fire

Friday, October 14

Baron Marc and Baroness Alianor of Barony of the Sacred Stone challenge you to declare a side and help win the A&S war point. They are sponsoring Made of Fire. Entrants will be asked to enter items that use fire for their creation or representations of fire within their creation. Be creative and “WOW” their Excellencies with your science or your art. Documentation is requested for this competition. There will be youth and adult categories for this competition. Prizes will be awarded at 4:00 pm on Friday, Oct. 14th.

Born at War

Saturday, October 15
Sponsored by Lady Annora Hall

Lady Annora Hall is sponsoring Born at War. This is a populace choice competition. Come by the competitions pavilion, declare your intent to create or research your entry during War, and include a description of your entry - it’s that easy. There are novice, youth, and adult categories – so y’all have no excuse not to enter. : ) Entries should be started and finished at WOW unless a process takes longer than 3 days. Any description of this pre-work should be included in your explanation of your entry. A bonus prize will be provided for best documentation of the Born at War entries. Presentation of Born at War entries will occur on Saturday, Oct. 15th. Get your friends and family to stop by the Competitions Pavilion to cast their votes for their favorite entry. Prizes will be awarded at 4:00 pm on Saturday, Oct. 15th.

Period Science Fair

Saturday, October 15
Sponsored by Lord Cameron de Grey

Lord Cameron de Grey is sponsoring a Medieval Science Fair. What was cutting edge in your time of research? What science-y geeky thing caught your imagination? Bring your entries to the Competition Pavilion and let the amazement begin. Documentation is requested for this competition. There will be youth and adult categories for this competitions. Prizes will be awarded at 4:00 pm on Saturday, Oct. 15th.
 
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Atlantian Garb Challenge

Saturday, October 15
Sponsored by Lady Scholastica Joycors and Arria Marina

Theme
Star Wars vs Star Trek. You can base your historically based garb on any Star Wars or Star Trek movies. In fact get a group together and create Storm Troopers or the crew of Star Trek and don't forget about all the different places they travel and people and creatures they meet. Have fun but make sure that it is SCA appropriate.

Time Period
There is no limit to the time period or culture, as long it is within the scope of the SCA. Both men and women are encouraged to participate.

Category: Overall
The overall "winner" is the individual that is having obvious fun with the challenge: they made their own garb, the garb is period appropriate, and the garb is unique and creative in design.

Category: Most Unique
The individual that has the most unique and creative garb: they are not required to have made their garb themselves.

Category: Most Period
The individual that has the most period appropriate garb: they are not required to have made their garb themselves. Documentation is encouraged for this category but not required. Extra points are possible for documentation.

Category: Best Group/Couple
Two or more people who have the best garb combination: they are not required to have made their garb themselves.

Category: Most Congenial
The individual that had the most fun with it and shared their joy with everyone in a positive/infectious way: they are not required to have made their garb themselves.

Heroes vs Heroines

Saturday, Oct. 15
Sponsored by Elspet of Charlesbury Crossing

Honoring your chosen hero or heroine from history or folklore. The item crafted along with a biography of the person and why you chose that craft with which to honor them.

Equestrian Competition

Saturday, Oct. 15
Sponsored by House of Taivassalama

Equestrians, or anyone who can appreciate the beauty of our mounts - we challenge you to celebrate our passion with the arts.

Please direct your questions concerning these competitions or your interest to sponsor additional contests to the Competition Coordinator, Elspet of Charlesbury Crossing. We will update this page as additional competitions are developed. Come out and support your Artists and Scientists!