Why Is Art Important In The SCA?

Medieval art involved not creative freedom but subjection to rules. Some time after classical antiquity all period creations were done for God’s glory. If that’s the case how does art relate to you and me in the Society for Creative Anachronism? Especially since the organization is apolitical and nonreligious. Why is Art important in the SCA? First, what is art? […]

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5 Inspiring History Recreation Blogs – An Internet Round-up

How about an inspiration boost? Websites you might browse to charge your creative history juices. An Internet Round-up. Here are five blogs from different eras each painting their own authenticity recreation picture. Your introduction to their personal history journey. This pretty is from a Book of Hours Belgium, Bruges, ca. 1520 MS M.307 fol. 174v I enjoy losing myself in photos and stories other history buffs have. […]

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