Finalizing the prep-work for the class I’m teaching at the 2016 Known World Heraldic and Scribal Symposium, held this year in Salt Lake City. I feel rushed: I spent so much effort completing the Online PicDic, I now have to scramble to get materials together for the class. Luckily, it’s only an hour, and some uncharitable souls claim I can babble for an hour on any topic off the top of my head.
If you’re interested, and in Salt Lake City this weekend (29 April – 1 May 2016), come say hi. Details available here.
So the Kingdom of the West is holding a small, informal Heraldic Collegium, and I’ll be one of the teachers. I plan to reprise my class on Regional Heraldic Styles — expanded a bit from when I taught it at Collegium Caidis, a couple of years ago — along with a class comparing the Society’s core heraldic style with those available through an Individually Attested Pattern.
The Collegium is on Saturday, 15 Nov 2014, in Walnut Creek, CA. Details are available on the West Kingdom’s website, at http://www.westkingdom.org/as49/nov/heralds-collegium if you’re interested. If you find yourself in the area, feel free to drop in!
My wife and I taught our class on Heraldic Tabard Construction at KWHSS this weekend, and it was fun! Lots of interest in both the slide presentation and the hands-on practicum. As I promised, I have posted the handouts for the class here on the website, under “Miscellany“, but let me also provide them here.
Just so you’ll know, I intend to post the notes from previous years’ classes here as well, as time permits. Watch this space.
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