Known World Arts & Sciences Display
Sunday, August 5, 2018 1:00 - 5:00 pm
Come and be part of the awesome display of craftsmanship from the Known World!
Pennsic 47 brings the 21st annual display of the talents & knowledge of the Known World's Artisans and Craftspeople.
The variety and scope of work are always a wondrous spectacle of artistic talents and scientific skills.
The display is not a competition. Bring your completed items, works-in-progress, research, and discussion material so that you may share,
inspire, and enrich our Society. See what others in your field are working on, discover a new passion, make new contacts, and most
importantly, have fun!
I look forward to seeing you and your works.
Lady Adele Lochlane
A&S Display Coordinator
The Arts & Sciences Display will be held on Sunday, August 5th, in Time & Place the Great Hall across from the
European Dance Tent.
11:30 am: Artisans may set up their entries
1 pm – 5 pm: the Display is open to the public
5 – 5:30 pm: Break down displays
• All objects / displays need to be removed by 5:30.
• Please assist with the take down of tables to return the Great Hall to its empty state.
• Any display items left behind will be taken to Lost & Found.
Registration Online Registration:
Use the online
A&S Display form
Online registration is open until July 25, 2018.
You only need to submit one form, no matter how many items you are displaying.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, as we have a limited number of tables available.
Pre-registration allows us to assign table space to the different Kingdoms and print out nice large signs for everyone.
Space will be assigned to those who pre-register in the order they are received. We have enough tables for 100 people, and cannot guarantee space for everyone.
The display space is divided by Kingdom, allowing the Royalty, Peers, and Populace to see the efforts of their Craftspeople more easily.
Only tables & benches will be provided. Please bring your own chair if you do not want to spend the day sharing a bench.
There is a limit of 3 ft wide space per person (not per item). If you wish to bring alternative display items (stand, additional
table, etc,) please let me know.
If you have any special requirements of space, please describe it on your registration form, or contact me.
You are not required to be present with your items. If you can only attend for part of the day, please still bring your items to share. However, please have someone to watch your items when you cannot be there. We cannot watch all the items, and do not take responsibility for them.
Display Photography will be available. Sign-up sheet will be available at the check-in table on Sunday, August 5th.
The A&S Consultation Table is a chance for entrants to voluntarily request feedback based on a higher degree of
expectations that happen at more competitive levels. The focus of this feedback is on extensive research,
historical understanding, and exemplary execution. These are all things that are important at A&S
Championship competitions but also other activities throughout the Society. Even if you never plan to enter A&S
competitions you can use this table as an opportunity for feedback.
A & S Consultation Tables
You have the option of signing up for voluntary constructive feedback at the A&S Consultation Tables after you
have gone through the registration table. This is in addition to your other A&S Display activities and is no
We will visit you at your table to view your display and talk to you. We can also work with you on scheduling a specific time.
You will not receive a score and there is nothing to win.
You will have a chance to talk to experienced judges and walk through their thought process as they examine your entry.
We can give you directed feedback and we can also walk you through example judging rubrics. It depends on what help you are requesting.
We will attempt to accommodate as many entries as possible.
We also welcome volunteer judges. Want to help? Let us know! You are who are going to help
make the A & S Consultation Tables successful.
We'd welcome you for the full four hours; a two hour shift would also help.
Let us know what you can do and we'll work with you.
Never judged before and want to learn? Let us know. You can be a shadow judge. We'd welcome the company.
We also hope that this will make the judging experience more constructive and more enjoyable.
If you are interested in helping, please contact Meisterin Agatha Wanderer