Thursday, October 18, 2018

 

 Kingdom of Atenveldt A&S Competition  

Kingdom of Atenveldt
Arts & Sciences Competition…

The Kingdom of Atenveldt A&S Competition provides a venue wherein interested artisans may have their artworks, based upon pre-17th century æsthetics, methods, and/or functionality, critiqued; where the populace may view the works of these artisans; where outstanding artisans may be recognized; and, by means of which an Atenveldt Kingdom Arts & Sciences Champion may be selected to represent the glorious Kingdom of Atenveldt.

Information about the upcoming (or past, if the Competition date has passed) event appears below. The "About the xxxx Event…" section may be updated as the event approaches, so watch for changes. The Competition rules for all divisions, as well as the categories and judging sheets, are all available below (or by utilizing the A&S Competition Links to the right).

Atenveldt A&S Champion

THL Mariette Dominique du Beau


Atenveldt A&S Youth Champion

currently vacant



 Kingdom A&S Competition  

This Year's
Kingdom of Atenveldt
Arts & Sciences Competition

Sunday, September 30, 2018
Bourgade Catholic High School

 2018 Category Winners
Category Winner 
 Clothing: 1431-1599 Nefratiri Ani Eponis 
 Culinary Arts: Main  Emeludt von Zerssen
 Culinary Arts: Side Dominic de la Mer 
 Culinary Arts: Sweet  Dominic de la Mer
 Decorative/Fine Arts Emeludt von Zerssen 
Glass  Irisko Aranyas 
 Heraldic Display Wade Greenwall 
 Jewelry/Decorative Pieces Fiona inghean Mheg Uidher 
 Manuscript Arts: Calligraphy & Illumination Sigrid Ulfsdottir 
 Manuscript Arts: Printing Sebastian of the Titans 
 Metalworking Wander Riordan 
 Music Composition Thome Spyle Syngere 
 Needlework: Early Period  Sigrid Ulfsdottir
Other  Vaclav z Rokycan 
 Performing Arts: Music Pfryed Pypers
Spirits/Brewing: Cordials  Auelyn Spyle Syngere
Writing: Metrical  Wander Riordan 
 Writing: Research  Sigrid Ulfsdottir

Champion Entry Information

Champion contenders may enter a minimum of three (3) items and a maximum of five (5) to be judged as Champion entries. Additional items may be entered into the General Competition. The items must be in different categories, counting subcategories, and must comprise of at least three different medium types.

Champion entrants are encouraged, but not required,
to submit a letter of intent to
crown@atenveldt.org AND asmin@atenveldt.org


Open or Novice Adult Entry Information

Novices, not Open, have the option of completing a worksheet in lieu of written documentation. Please see the worksheet HERE, have it completed prior to competition, and bring it with you the day of competition. Either the worksheet or your own documentation is required at the time of the Competition.

If you would like to pre-register please click HERE.

Youth Champion or Open Youth and Child Information

Letters of intent are not required for Youth Champion this year. 

Youth and Child have the option of completing a worksheet in lieu of written documentation. Please see the Youth worksheet HERE, and the Child worksheet HERE, have the worksheet completed prior to competition, and bring it with you the day of competition. Either the worksheet or your own documentation is required at the time of the Competition.

Youth and Child entrants, if you would like to pre-register please click HERE

Event Coordinators:
Mistress Arianna Marie della Luna and Lady Moira O'Droogan
ladyariannamariedellaluna@gmail.com or ladydragonfly@cox.net

Atenveldt Kingdom Minister of Arts & Sciences:
Mistress Aoife inghean Oisin
asmin@atenveldt.org



Kingdom A&S Competition Rules…
 
Please select a link below to view the indicated Atenveldt A&S Competition Rules set:

Kingdom A&S Competition Categories…

Please select the link below to view the Atenveldt A&S Competition Categories list:

Kingdom A&S Competition Judging Sheets… 

JUDGES LOOKING TO VOLUNTEER PLEASE CLICK
HERE
THANK YOU

Please select the link below to view the Atenveldt A&S General Competition Judging Sheets:
The following link will open a copy of the Champion Evaluation Sheet that will be used by the CSC when evaluating a candidate's display:
Updates to the judging sheets is a continually ongoing process. Revising the judging sheets provides judges with a better-tuned set of hints for judging each particular category or subcategory. This helps to reduce any potential misunderstanding of the criteria with respect to the entry. The judging sheets will also assist entrants when producing an artwork and when preparing documentation to accompany their entry.
  

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