The Barony of Madrone (King County, WA )
Date: June 26 , 2021 until June, 27 2021
Online meeting begins at: 8:00 AM on June 26th 2021
Online meeting ends at: 5:00 PM on June 26th 2021
Greetings Fellow Artisans of An Tir!
The Barony of Madrone is proud to announce that on Monday March 15, 2021 REGISTRATION OPENS FOR VIRTUAL ATHENAEUM, to be held on June 26th & 27th, 2021.
Event will start 8am – 5pm on both days.
We welcome previous exhibitors from either in-person Athenaeum or last year’s virtual version: Road to Athenaeum! We welcome Laurels to exhibit their work this year as well! Our goal is to help even more artisans leverage this online forum to be able to share their work, their scholarship, their creative passion with as many people as possible!
Your registration reserves an Exhibit page on the event website (https://athenaeum.baronyofmadrone.net/).
You will get access to your Exhibit page in a few weeks.
Registered Exhibitors will be invited to join a private, supportive Facebook group. We will be sharing tips and tricks for creating your exhibit on the website.
What is Athenaeum?
- It is a non-competitive Body of Work event, and it is your chance to display the breadth of your art, sciences, and research. You will receive valuable feedback and commentary from the Laurels of An Tir and other artisans in a relaxed, collaborative, and engaging environment.
- If you have any questions or need words of encouragement or a pep talk, just reach out to the event team, or to me, via Facebook. Or you can email the event team at email@example.com, and we can work on getting you the answers you need and the encouragement you seek!
“This event is held and managed by the Barony of Madrone in the kingdom of An Tir, a region/branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. and is considered the official presence of this group here. Questions regarding its content should be directed to (event steward’s email) or to firstname.lastname@example.org. Any discrepancies between the electronic version or any information and the printed version that is available from the originating office will be decided in favor of the printed version.”