Arts and Sciences

Activities and research related to trades, crafts, occupations, or daily life in the Middle Ages, as well as performing and fine arts.

Aritsans Display Skills Against Backdrop of Great Hall

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Grand works of art on display at the Great Hall
Photo by Lady Kathryn de Wrytar

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University Scheduler “Thing” Now Open for Pennsic-wide Events

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The New Pennsic University Pavilion opens its gates
Photo by Master Phillip the Pilgrim

KW Players Honor Pennsic XL With Henry V

By Lady Ursula the Widow
Reviews Editor

Medallions Prove Their Mettle

By Lady Mary of Montevale
Features Reporter

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Sing a Song of A&S Things

By Lady Mary of Montevale
Features Reporter

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On the Monday of Main War Week, I
Went to the Barn to see…

Works in Progress

By Lady Mary of Montevale
Features Reporter
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Photo by Lady Mary of Montevale

Love’s Labours Found

by Lady Mary of Montevale
Features Reporter, Pennsic Independent

Virtually every single item on display in Monday’s annual A&S Exhibit in the Barn was a labor of love.

Say “Wire” to Me

By Lady Mary of Montevale
Features Reporter, Pennsic Independent

Pennsic 39 Artisans Row

Lady Fiadnata ó Gleann Àlainn describes this new feature for artisans and students at Pennsic War this year. The theme is:

A place to craft… A place to learn… A place to share…

Youth Exhibit Products of their Talents

By Ursula the Widow

For the Pennsic Independent

The young artisans and artists of the Known World had the opportunity to display their work Tuesday morning at the premier Youth A&S Exhibition held at Youth Point.

Inspiration for the event came from Lord Valdis of the Kingdom of the East.

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