Fee per class / workshop:  $30.00  (No  interpreters fee)

  Seminars and workshops about medieval  culture,

 presented by Camlann artisans, & staff. 

Classes are  NOON to 4 P.M. unless otherwise noted.

Mail in your check with the Registration form. 

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  Check back on this page periodically for updated information about your class.  You may wish to bring a bottle of water, and the benches are wooden, so a cushion might be a consideration.  If you plan to dine afterwards at the Bors Hede, be sure to call ahead to make reservations.  Medieval dress is welcome, but not required, except as noted.  Students in all classes will receive handouts containing an outline, bibliography, response form, supporting information, and illustrations.

SPRING CLASSES 2016

Living History Interpretation

Sunday,  January 31st    Noon  to 4:00 P.M.

Participant opportunities; how to get involved.

Learn how to be a first person interpreter, and study Camlann's methods for presenting living history. 

Required audit, for 'village' / festival participants;  

 Developing a Medieval Character : 

Sunday,  February 28th Noon to 4 P.M. 

(Interpretation class is prerequisite)  

Developing and interpreting your character:  background, preparation, and  relationships.

Includes role-playing with other participants.

Required, as audit, for all 'village life' participants.

 The Medieval Village

Sunday,  February 21st  Noon to 4 P.M.

 A survey of daily life, routines, and relationships in Camlann village.

The seminar will provide a firm basis for continuing on with character development for interpreters.

Middle English for Interpreters :

Sunday,  March 13th Noon to 4 P.M. 

(Interpreter class is prerequisite)  

Approaching Middle English at Camlann: 

Language, Character traits; Dialogue

Required, as audit, for all 'village life' participants.

Interprter Presentations 

Sunday March 20th  Noon to 4 P.M.

(Interpreter class is prerequisite)  

 Interactive practice using Middle English based on your interpretive role - in medieval clothing.

Required, as audit, for all 'village life' participants.

On-site Presentations 

Sunday April 17th  Noon to 4 P.M.

(Interpreter class is prerequisite)  

 Interactive practice using Middle English based on your interpretive role - in medieval clothing.

Required, as audit, for all 'village life' participants.

Castle Architecture

Sunday November 13th  Noon to 4 P.M.

A seminar on medieval castle history and construction, including plans, illustrations,and slides from the presenter's European travels.

The Historical Arthur

Sunday November 20th  Noon to 4 P.M.

A examination of historical records, archeology, and legend as to what is known about Arthur as a real person.  Illustrations, maps, chronology, & slides.