Theme: 16th Century Eastern Europe
Documentation: At least EZ-Doc level
Drop off: 9am-10am
Format: Populace Choice Beancount – Each person who visits the A&S area will be given three event-specific tokens with which to vote on their favorite entry. They may give any number of their tokens to any number of entries, i.e. three to one entry, one each to three entries, etc. Winner will be the entry with the most tokens, and will be announced at the end of the event. Judging begins at the end of the A&S Drop-off period.
Artisan’s Tea – 10am-11am
In the Golden Age spirit of cultural exchange and the enthusiastic sponsorship of artists and scientists by Sigismund I, we offer a relaxing teatime at 10am (at the end of A&S drop-off), for artists and scientists and craftspeople of all kinds to meet, mingle, and share their pieces and advice with each other. Drinks and light food will be served.
Meet the Artisans Hour – 2:00 PM
Have you ever visited an A&S Display and marveled at the object, but wanted to know more about how it was made? Have you ever entered a competition and wished you could get feedback from others who make things like yours?
At Skewered, we want to give both makers and populace a chance to interact, meet, and learn from each other more directly. For an hour of the event, we request that all the artisans who have submitted pieces to the competition return to the A&S area to attend their pieces so that the populace can get to know you and your work more directly than just reading your documentation.