Artisans


Members of the SCA learn about the past by researching period arts, crafts, and traditions and then experience history by recreating it.

Some of these activities include:

  • Calligraphy & Illumination (Scribal)
  • Cooking and Brewing
  • Fiber arts, such as costuming, weaving, spinning, knitting and embroidery
  • Woodworking, Leatherworking and Metalworking
  • Music (both vocal and instrumental) and Dance

Caldrithig hosts several Arts & Sciences gatherings throughout the year. Please see the calendar, or contact the Minister for Arts & Science for more information.

Choral Ensemble

The Caldrithig choral group have practices every Sunday from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Details on repertoire, practice times, and locations can be found on their website. New members of all experience levels are welcome!

Instrumental Ensemble

The Caldrithig instrumental group have practices every Sunday from 12:00pm to 1:45pm. Details on repertoire, practice times, and locations can be found on their website. New members of all experience levels are welcome!

Scribal

The scribal arts include illumination, calligraphy and word-smithing, in the style of manuscripts and other art from before the 17th century. We invite anyone interested in pre-1600 art to attend an A&S day or a Scribal Evening and find out more Рour community is always eager to share knowledge and encourage new efforts. Examples of our work can be seen on the Baronial A&S Pinterest page at https://www.pinterest.com/skraelAandS/caligraphyillumination/. Scribal Evenings are held once monthly: check the calendar for more information.

For more information on scribal activities in the Barony of Skraeling Althing (of which Caldrithig is part), Please contact the Baronial Signet, TH Lady Alais de Poitiers Signet@skraelingalthing.com You can also visit us on facebook

Dance

The Caldrithig dance group has practices every Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm, at the Routhier Community Centre, 172 Guigues Ave (see Caldrithig Calendar for map link). Our repertoire focuses mostly on European renaissance dance (mostly from England, France, and Italy).

New dancers are always welcome – and are encouraged to bring a water bottle (or mug) and comfortable footwear!