From The Page (March, 1989):
Collegium Occidentalis will be holding its next session April 15 and 16 at the College of St. Katherine (also known as the University of California -- Berkeley). There is parking on campus, it is controlled by those quarter driven ticket machines and costs $1.50 per day.
The College of st. Katherine will be holding a revel during the evening. See
information on the revel elsewhere in this issue of the Page. While the schedule is not
completely set, a few of the scheduled classes and teachers are as follows:
Storytelling -- Lord Aaron Reynard
Tanning Hides -- Mistress Keridwen o'r Mynddth Gwerdd
Living Comfortably at Tournaments -- Duke Frederick of Holland and Mistress Eilis O'Boirne
Fealty -- Duke Frederick of Holland and Mistress Ellis O'Boirne
Cutwork Embroidery -- Mistress Aldith Angharad St. George
Fighters Class -- Duke Stephen of Beckenham
Armor Appreciation -- Viscount Stephen of Norham
An Overview of a Medieval Conflict -- Viscount Stephen of Norham
A Middle Eastern Choreography -- Viscountess Susan of Norham and Lady Namira al Alhagarri
A Bardic Class -- Mistress Sula von Pferdenthal
A Class on Period Foods -- Master William D'Arcy
Medieval Philosophy -- Lord Stephen Shireborne
Simple Headresses -- Mistress Hilary of Serendip
Differences Between the Kingdoms -- Mistress Hilary of Serendip, and Theresia von Tux and Bryce
History of Jewelry -- Master Lorenzo di Nebbia Argentia
Basic Jewelry Techniques Without a Workshop -- Master Lorenzo di Nebbia Argentia
Introduction to Inkle Weaving -- Lord Iathus of Scara
(Students must bring their own Inkle Loom or contact the instructor at least one month in advance to order one. This class costs $3.00)
The Way it Was: The Way it Is -- A Study in Creating SCA Ambiance -- (or how to be forsooth without looking or feeling stupid) -- Viscountess Sir May then of Elfhaven
Tourney Herbs and Folk Medicine -- Viscountess Sir May then of Elfhaven
There will also be a scribes track. Contact Mistress Aldith Angharad St. George.
If you have any questions or would like to teach a class, please contact Viscountess Ceridwen MacAouhegain at (phone info).
Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.
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