Virtual Kingdom Collegium
Collegium is all about learning! We gather for an event filled with classes about the Middle Ages!
Classes during the Collegium can be informative lectures, interactive demonstrations or even make and take projects. They range from many different beginner classes as well as things for advanced artisans to discover. Classes cover a wide range of topics including brewing, dancing, textile arts such as embroidery, weaving, and patterning, lamp work, metalwork, heraldry, and more! If you’ve every wanted to know “what more is there to do?” this is an event you cannot attend without picking up a new interest or two….or ten.
Find all you need to know about our upcoming Collegium. Site, directions, fees, and other useful information can be found below. We look forward to seeing you there!
All in-person events are temporarily suspended due to Covid-19, virtual events are still happening and are being announced on facebook
The Merry Month of May is a great time to learn a new skill from the pre-17th century period of Arts and Sciences!
Please join us on Saturday, May 1, 2021 for a day of VIRTUAL classes hosted by the Kingdom of Atenveldt Arts and Sciences office.
Our virtual site will be on the ZOOM meeting app. The Meeting ID and Passcode will be posted the morning of the event. (If you have any problems getting into the Meeting, please contact Mistress Magdalen at email@example.com. or Monique Berry Lyon on Facebook Messenger. She will be monitoring her email closely and will contact you with up-to-date information promptly) We will open the meetings at 8:30 am and close all meetings by 3:30 pm.
Here is the link to our CLASS SCHEDULE and CLASS DESCRIPTIONS: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1BGXlXHdOkrwUWYAky8pbKXkbLqdiWji259YD4z-Cxs8/edit?usp=sharing
We still have room for teachers to include a class. If you are interested in teaching a class, please fill out our brief class information survey: Virtual Kingdom Collegium 2021 – Google Forms
We look forward to learning along with you! See you this Coming May Day!
Magdalen, Kingdom Minister for the Arts and Sciences