1545 Oakland Park Ave
Columbus, OH 43224
No later than 10pm EST
Office that furthers the study of period culture and technology, and methods for producing historically accurate artifacts and performances.
|Office type||Reporting dates|
|Local Groups||Jan 1 (Q1/Domesday) , Apr 1 (Q2), Jul 1 (Q3), Oct 1 (Q4)|
|Baronial Groups||Jan 15 (Q1/Domesday), Apr 15 (Q2), Jul 15 (Q3), Oct 15 (Q4)|
|Regional Officers||Feb 1 (Q1/Domesday), May 1 (Q2), Aug 1 (Q3), Nov 1 (Q4)|
Deputies to the Web Minister
|A&S Database Deputy||Vorlin o'r Gwig|
|A&S WarPoint General||Vacant|
|Deputy KMOAS Coordinator of Arts and Sciences & Martial Activities||Cedric Adolphus|
|Deputy KMOAS Historical Combat Studies||Kai Tseng|
|Deputy KMOAS Reporting Officer||Evja Haerulfskona|
|Deputy Kingdom Minister of Arts and Sciences||Milesent Vibert|
|Deputy of Judges Education||Anastasiia Kyrilovna Ivanova|
|Deputy of Special Projects and Craftsperson's Faire Coordinator||Reinhold von Glier|
|Judges Coordinator||Odette d'Amboise|
|KMOAS Data Survey Officer||AnneLyse van Gavere|
|RUM Chancellor||Eleanor Von Atzinger|
|Special Deputy for Criteria Review||Andreas Blacwode|
|Tallyroom Coordinator||Briana Morgan of the Valley|
|Constellation Minister of Arts and Sciences||Brynn Herleifsson|
|Midlands Minister of Arts and Sciences||Arrienne Ashford|
|North Oaken Minister of Arts and Sciences||Milesent Vibert|
|Pentamere Minister of Arts and Sciences||Eva van Oldebroek|
|South Oaken Minister of Arts and Sciences||Honor von Atzinger|
Reporting for Third Quarter
Due to the close proximity of the third quarter report due dates and the release of the new reporting system, use the following forms if you are unable to access the new services portal to file your report.
- Local MOAS report Due October 1
- Baronial MOAS report Due October 15
- Regional MOAS report Due November 1
- Library of Documents and Forms for A&S Activities
- A & S Faire Judges/Entrants Registration
- Society Minister of Arts & Sciences Page
- Royal University of the Midrealm (RUM)
MOAS Training Classes
This class will go over how to report, finding venues to display or compete in the Middle Kingdom, things to do to encourage A&S in your group, things to do to encourage A&S during an event, resources, and A&S stuff society wide. Attendence is required for all Ministers of Arts and Sciences, but anyone may attend. It is an hour long.
Largesse Display at Coronation
Their Royal Highnesses of the Middle Kingdom, A’kos and Bella will host a display of the largesse given by the people of the Midrealm at their Coronation on September 29 in the Canton of Wealdlake & Barony of Roaring Wastes. If you would like to donate, Their Highnesses would appreciate small tokens that could be given out for any number of reasons, including small cups, rings, bracelets, necklaces, etc.
More specifically, They are looking for tokens that have the feel of being Magyar in origin, such as simple metal shank buttons and coins. Mistress Asalah al-Hina has more specific information on these if there is anyone interested in creating such a token.You can contact her at email@example.com.
They would also appreciate award tokens and circlets. You can sign up for the Largess Donation Display here.
A&S Contest: A Distant Mirror
Hold a mirror to an ancient object and bring it to life. Create a piece of history that looks, tastes, or sounds as if it came from a time in the distant mirror. Use a picture, illumination, or written description as your inspiration. The goal is the appearance of a brand new thing. Judging will be based on appearance, taste, or sound. What to use and how you created your piece will not be considered in the judging. Your written requirements will be to complete a form that asks who, what, when, where and the picture or a copy (photocopies are fine) of the written source.
You can register and document your entry for A Distant Mirror here.
The Royal University of the Midrealm is Approaching!
The Middle Kingdom Craftsperson Faire is a venue for artists at any level of development to display their work and discuss how to create similar items. The MKCF is a venue for displaying current A&S projects, reproductions of period artifacts, or to discuss and display “a body of work.” Documentation is not required. The entrant’s name, address and other such information may appear on the flyer. Many artisans like to remain with their entry to discuss how the entry was made. The MKCF is an excellent venue for artists at any level of development. It is not a competition so the atmosphere is different from the A & S Faire.
There will be a Craftspersons Display at Christmas Tourney, December 1, in the Barony of the Flame.