The Report of the Æthereal Court of Maynard and Liadain, King and Queen of Æthelmearc, held on the 11th day of July Anno Societatis 55 at the Æthelmearc Æcademy, Baron Brandubh O’Donnghaile, Jewel Herald.
Their Majesties Maynard and Liadain opened Their Court and welcomed all who had attended the Æthelmearc Æcademy.
Baroness Elena de la Palma, Dean of the Æthelmearc Æcademy was invited to speak.
She spoke of her appreciation for all of the Teachers, Zoomerators, Class attendees, and Baroness Amalie Reinhardt for technical assistance. Their Majesties in turn thanked Baroness Elena and all her staff for hosting the Virtual Æthelmearc Æcademy.
Their Majesties invited the Kingdom Ministers of Arts and Sciences Master Hrolfr a Fjarfelli and Mistress Elska a Fjarfelli into court.
Hrolfr and Elska spoke about the Virtual Queen’s Prize Tournament which had just concluded.
They were truly in awe of the response.
In the Wake of Ice Dragon and Artisans Faire events being cancelled, Hrolfr and Elska wanted to give the artisans of Æthelmearc a forum to display the Arts and Sciences.
To this end, they opened the Virtual Queen’s Prize Tourney for artists to publicly share their work and documentation openly to all the Known World, and receive feedback on their work.
18 artisans had presented 23 separate entries into the virtual Tournament.
Master Hrolfr and Mistress Elska then presented the prize for best documentation and overall winner of the tournament to Lady Ilaria of Delftwood for her entry of Three Early 15th Century Bourrelet Headdresses. Scroll is a work in progress.
His Majesty Maynard awarded the King’s Choice honor to THL Gesa van Wellenstein for her entry of a White scarf Scroll award scroll. Scroll is a work in progress
Her Majesty Liadain presented the Queen’s Choice award to Baroness Aranwen Ap Rhys Verch Gwalter for her entry of a Pagan Lady of the Isle of Man Necklace from Late 900AD Recreation . Scroll a work in progress
Lady Fede di Fiore was then called into Their Majesties’ Court. Before all witnesses here assembled, Their Majesties inducted Lady Fede into the Order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc for her outstanding and continuing work in tailoring garments, clothing and teaching the art of the seamstress. Scroll Border limning by Lady Serena Milani, scrivened and medallions painted by Lady Magdalena Txoperena, parchment prepared by Lady Niccola Beese, upon a text by Don Jehan le Blanc.
Her Majesty Liadain then spoke of her inspiration for the day, and spoke of Baroness Amalie Reinhardt for all of her support of the online efforts to hold the Virtual Æthelmearc Æcademy and Court. So Her Majesty presented her a personal token.
Their Majesties thanked everyone for attending Æcademy and Their Court. They are exploring some possible options for non-traditional courts, so please submit award recommendations.
Their Majesties thanked Baroness Elena de la Palma and Baroness Amalie Reinhardt and all their staff for their efforts in bringing the event to everyone this day.
They thanked scribes and medallion makers who had work to create the beautiful works of art that were given in Their Court, and reminded the populace to watch AE Live online.
Come one, come all to the Virtual Spring Æthelmearc Æcademy! Enjoy a day of digital teaching and learning through our kingdom Zoom account.
We’ve got plenty of space for classes. We’ve got great opportunities to teach in new ways. And for those who might be wary of the digital space, we’ve got experienced folks to help make your class vision a reality.
When: July 11th, 2020 classes begin at 10 AM
Where: Your computer!
How? Sign up to be a student or a teacher. See the links below.
Please note – you do *have to sign up* to attend so we can make sure you have classroom access. However, registration is no obligation – if you sign up to be a student now and choose not to attend once the full class list is available, that’s just fine.
Being the Chronicle of the Courts of Timothy and Gabrielle, King and Queen of Sylvan Æthelmearc, held on the sixteenth day of November, AS 54 (2019), at Their Kingdom Arts & Sciences Championship, in Their Dominion of Myrkfaelinn. Submitted by Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson, Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald.
After a fine day of food, fellowship, and fantastic arts and sciences, Their Majesties Timothy and Gabrielle bade their court be opened and the populace to seek their comfort.
Their Majesties first summoned forward all children there present. His Majesty, feeling the hall a bit too small to allow the children to safely engage in the traditional chase of the kingdom toybox, bade them go find it instead, saying only that it was already hidden somewhere within the hall. The assembled children scampered forth, seeking to and fro… but without success. Eventually, the box was spotted, cleverly being quietly sat upon by young Ivan Snorrison in a back corner of the hall, accompanied by Timothy of Arindale the Younger, with great mirth on both their faces. The various and sundry other children of the realm soon saw through these shenanigans, and toys were dutifully and gladly distributed to all and happily received.
It was then Her Majesty’s pleasure to invite forward Her Excellency Amalie Reinhardt to speak to all assembled about the AE Leads tokens, to be given by anyone for acts of kindness and service they witnessed.
Next, an announcement that, by Royal Writs duly signed by TRM Æthelmearc and Middle, that Lady Catherine Lumhaghs is a subject of the Crown of Æthelmearc.
Their Majesties then rose and spoke of the spectacular arts and sciences on display that day and noted that there was actually a tie for first place. It being so, Their Majesties then exercised a bit of Royal prerogative and decided that They would choose both a King’s Champion and a Queen’s Champion. To that end, Baron Jasper Longshanks and THL Máirghréad Stíobhard inghean uí Choinne were called before the court and made King’s A&S Champion, and Queen’s A&S Champion, respectively, and they received the regalia of their new offices from His Lordship Robert of Ferness, the outgoing Champion.
Their Majesties then bade them both remain a moment more and told Baron Jasper that they were not yet done with the business They had with him that day, then bade Their herald call forth Their Most Noble Order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc and made Baron Jasper a member of that order, with a scroll by THL Vivienne of Yardley.
Baron Jasper and THL Máirghréad. Photo by Elska.
Baron Jasper and THL Máirghréad as the new King and Queen’s A&S Champion (Photograph by Elska á Fjárfelli)Their Majesties saw need to name one further champion that day: a Kingdom Youth Champion of Arts & Sciences, so They had summoned before them Cornelia of Harford. They spoke glowingly of her display of handmade rabbit fur mittens, noting that she had received a score on the same rubric as the adults and would have scored very well were she an adult. In addition, They were also quite impressed with her comportment and speaking about her project, and so named her Their Youth A&S Champion.
His Lordship Matteo presenting Lady Eadgytha and Lord Simon their AOA scrolls during Myrkfaelinn’s weekly practice. Photo by Elska.
At that time, Their Majesties called for Eadgytha and Simon of Myrkfaelinn, or one who could speak for them. His Lordship Matteo Pesci came forward and avowed that he could so speak, and so Eadgytha and Simon were made Lady and Lord, members of the Nobility of Æthelmearc, with Awards of Arms.
Lady Kitty. Photograph by Baroness Amalie Reinhart
Next, Kitty Maclure was called forward, and with much emotion received
her Award of Arms and was made Lady Kitty of the Nobility of Æthelmearc,
with a scroll by Lady Drucilla.
Soon after, Their Majesties called again for Their Most Noble order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc and spoke to them of an omission from their ranks that should then be rectified. The Order being in agreement, Lady Finuola Fenris McGill was called forward and added to their ranks, with a scroll by Master Jonathan Blaecstan.
After that, Their Majesties called for their Most Noble Order of the Pelican to attend Them. Once assembled, Their Majesties stated that an addition needed to be made to their Order and sent for Baroness Aine O’Muirghesan to be brought before them. She was presented with a Writ to contemplate elevation, with a scroll illuminated by Lady Nicola Beese with words from Mistress Cori Ghora, and sent forth to consider her answer with seriousness and thoughtfulness, her reply to be received at a later date.
That happy business being accomplished, Their Majesties saw it right and fit to summon Their Most Noble Order of the Laurel to attend Them. When asked if they wished to add to their number they responded aye, and so the presence of His Lordship Robert of Ferness was demanded. King Timothy spake that, as His Lordship now had extra time (no longer being the kingdom’s Arts and Sciences Champion) he should use such time as was now available to consider elevation, and sent him forth with a Writ commanding the same.
Robert of Ferness
Cornelia of Harford
Queen Gabrielle then rose and spoke with great admiration of the work of Cornelia of Harford, noting that, when her A&S display was unattended between judging times, there was a card left there advising any seeking her that she should most probably be found helping in the kitchens, and that she would return from there to speak upon her project if desired. Her Majesty named Cornelia as Her Inspiration that day, and awarded unto her a Golden Escarbuncle, tinted green for arts & sciences achievement.
Finally, Their Majesties called up all scribes there present who had contributed a scroll to the day’s courts, and each was given a token of appreciation from Their hands.
There being no further business, court was closed.
Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson
Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald
Report of the Court of Timothy and Gabrielle, King and Queen of Æthelmearc, at Æthelmearc Æcademy held on the 2nd day of November Anno Societatis 54 in the College of Silva Vulcani, Baron Brandubh O’Donnghaile, Tabor Herald, with the assistance of Baron Arias Beltran del Valle.
Noon Court at Troll.
Their Majesties summoned forth Liesl Wundrilc from the troll table. They had heard many reports of her good works water bearing, teaching dance, helping at events and doing fiber arts. For these things did They Award her Arms. Scroll by Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson, upon a text by Baroness Gabrielle de Winter.
Court at the conclusion of the Commedia Performance.
Timothy and Gabrielle summoned the Capitano to attend Them. They tasked the Capitano with bringing Them a worthy actor. The Capitano scanned the crowd and found Lady Cael O’Conail the Leafy Green. He brought her forth and presented her to Their Majesties. The King and Queen spoke to her that they had enjoyed her performance, but others had noted her Commedia performances, directing and coordinating theatre arts at Pennsic. Their Majesties then called forth Their Order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc, and Granted Cael Arms, naming her the newest companion of the Fleur. Scroll Limned by Baroness Cecily of Whitehaven, scrivened by Baroness Ekaterina
Lady Cael is inducted into the Fleur.
Timothy and Gabrielle summoned Lord Tassin Tresseul to attend Them. They then called for all children present to come forth and tasked Lord Tassin with the kingdom toy box, and set the youths present loose upon him.
Their Majesties invited all newcomers to come forth, and presented each with a cup handmade by the artisans of Æthelmearc to encourage them to return.
Newcomers are welcomed to Æthelmearc.
The Autocrats of the event were then invited to come into court, Baron Robert Hawksworth and Baroness Gabrielle de Winter came forth and thanked Their Majesties for attending the event, Baroness Elena de la Palma the Dean of the Æcademy for organizing the classes, Lady Lucia Augur the fencing marshal, Ulf of the Wee Horn the Heavy Weapons Marshal, all of the populace for attending and finally thanking each other for all their hard work to make the event happen.
The Autocrats address the populace.
Their Majesties then invited Baroness Elena de la Palma to come forward as the Dean of the Æcademy. Baroness Elena thanked all of the teachers at the Æcademy and further recognized all the first time teachers, and thanked all of those who attended the classes.
The Dean of the Æcademy addresses the populace.
The Inter-Kingdom Scribal Guild was then invited into court, and Members of the INKS Guild Mistress Ursula of Rouen, Lord Angellino the Bookmaker and Lady Ylaire Sainte Claire presented 24 scroll blanks to Their Majesties that had been prepared to donate to other kingdoms.
The INKS Guild donates scroll blanks as largesse.
Their Majesties then summoned Ulf of the Wee Horn from Their Guard. They had witnessed his service there, and as a marshal, and heavy weapons teacher, a fencer, gathering armor so that others can participate in marshal activities, and so They Awarded him Arms. Scroll illuminated by Baroness Edana the Red, Calligraphy by Baroness Graidhne ni Ruaidh, upon a text by Master Po Silvertop.
Ulf receives an AoA.
Lady Dienara Aella was next called into Their Majesties’ Court, They spoke to her of her prowess upon the rapier list, and her service as a marshal, and so They inducted her into the Order of the Golden Alce. Scroll by Baron Caleb Reynolds.
Lady Dienara receives a Golden Alce.
Their Majesties called for Lord Mathias al Tabai to attend Them. Lord Mathias is a well-known fencer, but today They inducted him into the Order of the Sycamore for his work in metal casting, creating award medallions and contributing to the kingdom’s largesse, and making knives and armor. Scroll by THLady Vivienne of Yardley upon a text by Duchess Anna Leigh.
Lord Matthias receives a Sycamore.
Timothy and Gabrielle then invited Baroness Racheldis of Swansmere into Their Court and inducted her into the Order of the Cornelian for being the epitome of kindness, and the saint of helpful support of the College of Silva Vulcani. Scroll Drawn by Katharine of Twin Moons, Painted by THLady Vivienne of Yardley, Text by Master Po Silvertop, Calligraphy by Mistress Antoinette de la Coix.
Baroness Richeldis receives a Cornelian.
Their Majesties then invited Viscountess Lucilla Theresa de Courtenay to attend Them, and thanked her for her service as Ministress of the Lists, in good weather and in bad weather, and on short notice she had run the tournament lists so that the fights could go on. Their Majesties then summoned Their Order of the Millrind and named Viscountess Lucilla to their number. Scroll a work in progress by Lady Aurelia Argentia Prima, upon a poem text by Master Madoc Arundel.
Viscountess Lucilla is inducted into the Millrind.
King Timothy and Queen Gabrielle then summoned the Capitanos of the Commedia to come forth as they had further business with actors. They tasked the Capitanos with bringing forth a knowledgeable actor, and so they brought forth the Dottore, played by Lord Pavel Dudoladov. Their Majesties then called for the Order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc to come forth and bear witness as Their Majesties praised him for his instrumental music, choral music, composition, dance, and commedia performance, and inducted him into the Order of the Fleur and Granted him Arms. Scroll by Mistress Arianna of Wynthrope.
Lord Pavel is inducted into the Fleur.
THLord Otto Boese was then called before Their Majesties. They spoke to him of his work with Leather and Wood, and then invited the Order of the Laurel to come forth and have further words with His Lordship Otto. They then delivered unto a Writ of Summons for him to prepare a date to sit vigil in order to contemplate elevation into the Order of the Laurel. Scroll by Lady Nicola Beese with assistance by Reinhard Regenbogen, upon a text by Master Po Silvertop.
THLord Otto receives a Writ for the Laurel.
Her Majesty Gabrielle then spoke of the generosity of the Scribes, and the new INKS Guild that formed for the purpose of donating scrolls to other kingdoms, and for the Academy Lord Angellino the Bookmaker had reserved a scriptorium room and organized scribes to create works of art to donate. For this Her Majesty named Lord Angellino her Inspiration and awarded him a Golden Escarbuncle.
Lord Angellino is named Queen’s Inspiration and receives a Golden Escarbuncle.
Their Majesties then called for all scribes and wordsmiths who had contributed to Their Court and to the INKS Guild Scriptorium and presented all with tokens of appreciation made by the hand of Baroness Aranwen verch Rhys ap Gwalter.
His Majesty thanked all who had attended the Æcademy for being a refuge from the divisiveness of the outside world. Their Majesties further thanked all who gave of themselves to freely share their knowledge and all who would seek to listen.
Lord Snorri skyti Bjarnarson
Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald
Are you a theater nerd? Do you love to laugh? Then Commedia dell’Arte is for you!
Commedia dell’Arte is an Italian Renaissance form of street theater, with set characters and storylines but no script. All of the lines are improvised, and it’s hilarious fun!
This Saturday, members of the acclaimed Commedia troupe, i Genesii, will teach an entire track of Commedia dell’Arte classes at Æthelmearc Æcademy in the College of Silva Vulcani. There will be seven hours of education in foolery to be had!
Classes will cover Commedia and improv basics, how to write scenarios, stage combat techniques, and hands-on improv games, with the day culminating in a mini-Iron Commedia session where participants will learn and perform a short improv skit in only two hours!
You do not need to attend the entire track – choosing just those classes that interest you is fine – but, if you do go through the entire track, you will have a better understanding of all of the elements of Commedia dell’Arte, and maybe even be ready to form your own troupe back home!
Note: performance material will be kept PG for the Æcademy, so parents need have no fear!
The site token from the Coronation of Byron and Ariella, designed by Master Duncan Blackwater.
Greetings to the Populace artisans of Æthelmearc from THL Eleanore Godwin, Kingdom Deputy A&S Minister:
Announcing a new A&S challenge for the artisans of the Kingdom: A one-year long Event Token Competition, running from Spring Æcademy 2019 to Spring Æcademy 2020.
How many event tokens have you kept over the years because they are great memories or just beautiful? Well, we want groups to up their game and put some thought into their event tokens!
So, how does one participate, you ask? Volunteer to make your group’s tokens for an event!
First: every group can have at least one entry, and as many as three!
Second: groups have from June 15, 2019 Spring Æcademy to Spring (June date to be announced) Æcademy 2020 to make tokens for their events and present their entries for the competition at Spring Æcademy 2020.
Divisions are :
1. Kingdom Event tokens
2. All Other Events tokens
The reason for this is that the Kingdom events often have a higher budget for tokens, whereas non-kingdom events do not.
A. Period tokens
B. Useful tokens
C. Creative tokens
Each group may have one entry in each category, for a max of three total entries. One token, one category.
So, if your group hosted a Kingdom event, the token from that event would be put in the Kingdom Event token division, in one of the three categories (Period, Useful, or Creative). If your group hosted a regular event, the token for that event can be entered in one of the #2. All Other Events tokens divisions categories, A, B, or C. If your group held three regular events in the time frame, your group gets to enter three different tokens in three different categories!
If your group held one Kingdom event, the token for that gets to be entered into the Kingdom division in one of the three categories. Say your group also held two regular event; those two tokens would be entered in the All Other Events token Division in two of the three categories for a total of 3 entries!
I think this will be an exciting year for the artisans of Æthelmearc, and I look forward to seeing all the entries at Spring Æcademy next Spring!
Herein is the report of the Court of King Sven of Æthelmearc, held on June 16, AS 53 (2018) at Æthelmearc Æcademy and War College in the Shire of Shire of Abhainn Ciach Ghlais as reported by Baroness Ekaterina Volkova, Jewel of Æthelmearc Herald.
His Majesty thanked the Shire for hosting a day of wonderful classes and expressed his hope that all who attended were able to find as much enjoyment in the event as he did.
THL Amalie Reinhart was called before His Majesty. It was remarked that Their Majesties had looked for her the previous weekend but were saddened to miss her as they had business with her. His Majesty spoke of how her skills and service on the Thrown Weapons Ranges had not gone unnoticed and announced that she was to be inducted into the Order of the Golden Alce. Scroll is the collected works of Khiba al-Jabaliyya, Rachel Dalicieux and Ceindrech verch Elidir.
Golden Alce scroll for THLady Amalie. Photo by THL Amalie Reinhardt.
His Majesty then invited all children in attendance into Court. He then asked them to calmly walk to the back of the hall and help themselves to a toy from the chest.
His Majesty then requested the presence of Serena Milani. He said that her interest in the seamstress skills and her new interest in the scribal arts has come to the Crown’s notice. For all this, she was inducted into the Order of the Sycamore and Awarded Arms. Scroll by THL Aine ingen Ui Briain and Mistress Graidhne ni Ruaidh.
The Order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc was then summoned before His Majesty. He explained that on a day of learning and sharing of the arts, it was only proper for this Order to be added to. Lady Mairin O’Cadhla was then invited to present herself. Lady Mairin has achieved a reputation for creating exquisite dolls with highly detailed costumes and sharing her knowledge far and wide. For this she was inducted into the Order. Scroll Illuminated by THL Edana the Red and Calligraphed by Mistress Antoinette de la Croix.
Lady Marin is made a Fleur. Photo courtesy of Duchess Ilish O’Donovan.
Before dismissing the Order, His Majesty indicated that is was not yet complete. He then called for THL Elyse le Bref. Her skills with ink and pen and paint and brush has become known and the Order happily welcomed her to join them. Scroll Illuminated by Hatun Gulsah al-Zakiya, Calligraphed by Mistress Alicia Langland upon words by Lord Leonard Capriolo.
His Majesty spoke to the assembled populace and spoke of how the scribes of the kingdom spend long hours making scrolls to commemorate the awards given at each event. He then asked that all scribes, who have made a scroll in the last year to please stand and receive the admiration of those present.
Mistress Alicia Langland, event autocrat and Provost of the Æcademy was the given leave to speak of the day. She thanked all those that came to take classes and all those that came to teach classes. It was announced that the Fall session of the Æcademy would be held in the Dominion of Myrkfaelinn. She announced that the recipient of the Countess Aidin memorial stipend was Lord Robert of Ferness, who thanked the Academy for selecting him and announced that he would be teaching his turnsole shoes class at the next Æcademy as well.
Lord Robert of Ferness received a stipend from the Chancellor of the AEcademy. Photo by Arianna of Wynthrope.
There being no further business, the Court of His Majesty was closed.
A change in the light? A soft smell in the air? A gentle kiss of a breeze instead of an ice-knifed gale? Well, ok, not today given the snowstorm blanketing much of southern Æthelmearc, but it’s coming!
If you are weary of the bite of winter, I invite you to think of the warmer months ahead … particularly June!
The good folk of the Shire of Abhainn Ciach Ghlais look forward to welcoming you to the Spring 2018 session of Æthelmearc Æcademy and War College, which will be held on Saturday, June 16. Event information can be found here: http://aecademy.net/spring2018/index.shtml
The theme for this session will be Adornments, Embellishments, Flourishes, and Garnishes.
We can all find ways to up our game, whether by adorning a garment with intricate embroidery, embellishing a tale, adding flourish to a calligraphed signature, or garnishing a tasty dish.
Teachers are thus encouraged to offer classes that will inspire others to “kick it up a notch.”
Already, we have classes in:
Making turnshoes (An all-day, make-it-and-take-it class!)
Protocol for RP events (Helpful tips for Royalty Liasons!)
Running an event (Great for autocrats wanting to up their game!)
Scandinavian boxes (Spiff up your camp!)
Sewing hats (Every outfit is better with a hat!)
Short-sleeved Italian gown (Just right for Pennsic!)
For this session, we will be using two sites: one is a church with typical classrooms; the other is a fire hall with one large open room.
Having two kitchens means that those wishing to teach hands-on cooking classes will be able to do so without interfering with lunch prep. The fire hall is especially suited for multi-hour, messy classes.
Brewers will be pleased to learn that the fire hall will allow us to offer a Brewers’ Guild Roundtable.
For the martially inclined, we have a large, flat open field that can accommodate any number of fighters and fencers.
In addition, Duchess Ilish is already working to line up a stellar slate of classes for our Youth Track. We welcome classes taught by our youthful artisans as well as for them.
I hope you will consider sharing your knowledge, skills, and passions with AEthelmearc by teaching a class (or two!)
Greetings unto the most talented and erudite Kingdom of Æthelmearc from Mistress Alicia Langland, Chancellor of Æthelmearc Æcademy!
It has been my great pleasure to serve the Kingdom as Chancellor of Æthelmearc Æcademy for the past 3 years. My term of office ends at Kingdom Twelfth Night 2019.
While that seems a long way off, much needs to be done in the interim.
To allow sufficient time to train my successor, letters of interest are due May 1, 2018.
If you are interested in applying for this position, please send your resume to this address: email@example.com . (This will ensure that it is seen by the Royalty, the Kingdom Seneschal, and the Kingdom Minister of Arts and Sciences as well as myself.)
The position is for a two-year term, starting at Kingdom Twelfth Night 2019.
However, it is my intention to begin training my successor as soon as he or she is selected by the Royalty.
As an institution, the Æthelmearc Æcademy provides a structure to promote the exchange of ideas and information in a wide variety of interests to enable the populace to grow and develop as artisans and warriors. The Æcademy supports local groups’ interests in the gentle and martial arts by striving to bring to them the best teachers possible and by serving as a resource for groups wishing to host local schola-type events. The Æcademy also seeks to foster effective teaching by providing guidance in best teaching practices, through classes in teaching as well as resources posted on the Æcademy website. Finally, the Æcademy staff maintains a database of classes offered at Æcademy sessions and their teachers.
The average time spent working on Æcademy duties is — for the most part — 1-2 hours per week. However, in the 6 weeks prior to an Æcademy session, this can increase to 10-15 hours per week. The Chancellor is also expected to attend Æcademy sessions, which are held in June and November.
This position requires email and a working knowledge of spreadsheets and file-sharing avenues (for example, Google Docs and Google Sheets). Excellent communication skills, the ability to manage concurrently multiple projects at various stages of development, and attention to detail are a must for this position. So, too, is the ability to assemble and work with a team. Ideal candidates will have experience scheduling classes at schola-type events as well as autocratting experience. Since Æcademy sessions rotate from region to region in the Kingdom, it is essential that the Chancellor be able to travel to the far corners of the Kingdom.
I would be delighted to answer questions about the position and its obligations. Please feel free to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Yours, in Service to the Arts and Æthelmearc,