As a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, we focus on researching, and re-creating life in pre 17th century Europe. As such, we have experts in many arts, skills, and sciences that would have been available at that time. These include, but are not limited to: Music, pottery, clothing, fiber arts, book arts, cooking, dance, jewelry, metalworking, weaving, cordwaining, leatherworking, brewing and more. We offer opportunities to learn these through local and kingdom guilds, classes at events and wars, and our yearly Collegium Caidis. Furthermore, we offer opportunities for display and feedback at Kingdom, as well as territorial, events.
****** Meet the latest Artisan in the Spotlight ******
Meet THL Mathias Arnvedr Hakonan of House Romani who is best known for his musical talent on the dulcimer. He can often be found playing the instrument as mood music during court and other social events. Get to know him a little better by reading the interview Here.