Innilgard Collegium CD's
Each year, Innilgard hosts an Arts and Sciences Collegium, usually on the Queen's birthday weekend, in June.
As a service, to the local artiscans and populace, I liase with each teacher and those who display their A&S projects, to compile a 'Collegium CD'. Most teachers usually allow their notes to be put on the CD. Not all notes are available, for various reasons, some being copyright in the case of images.
These CD's are sold to provide money to 'sponser a laurel' (SCA - someone who is specialised in a particular area and has been recognised as such) to the following collegium.
In the past the monies raised have helped to bring in teachers in various areas, such as textiles, garb, brewing, scribes, swordmaking, armouring.
As these CDs are fund-raisers for A&S in the Barony of Innilgard, I ask you not to reproduce the CD. At $8 + postage (av. postage within Australia is $4), it is not expensive for all of the information supplied. ALL Profits, from this CD, go towards advancing Arts & Sciences within the Barony of Innilgard. To date we have raised over $500 Thank you to all who have purchased a CD.
Payments, in Australia can be done by cheque or money order. Overseas orders can by paid via PayMate (which does conversion to AUS$. Please contact me for postage for overseas.
This publication is not an official SCA publication and in no way denotes the policies or opinions of the SCA.
If you are interested in teaching at next year's Innilgard Winter A&S Collegium, contact the Innilgard A&S Officer.
Contents and CopyrightThank you to the teachers who are the backbone of the Collegium and without whom there would not be one.
I have been given permission, by the teacher/ author, for the notes to be reproduced on each CD. Photos are copyrighted to the photographer, as per Australian law, and require permission to be reproduced in other forms. The background and original artwork is copyrighted by me. This CD presentation is copyrighted.
According to Australian Law, some images cannot
be reproduced, so some notes cannot be presented in the form they were handed
out at the Collegium. If you wish the full notes, you will need to contact the
If you wish to use notes, as set out on this CD, then you will need to contact the author, for permission use the notes themselves, and myself, for permission to reuse this format.If you wish to volunteer to help teach in next year's Collegium, or you are a Laurel that would like to visit, as part of our 'Fly in a Laurel' fundraiser, please contact our Innilgard Arts & Sciences Officer - www.sca.org.au/innilgard. If you wish to obtain more copies of this CD, or provide notes for next year's CD, please contact me
La Signora Onorata Katerina has served the Barony of Innilgard, in the past, as Kingdom as Lochac Arts & Sciences Minister, Local Arts and Sciences Officer (Canton & Baronial) and Baronial Rapier Marshal. She has autocratted 5 Innilgard Winter or Spring A&S collegia. One of her goals is to further Arts and Sciences in the Barony, and all of Lochac
(c). K.Carlisle, 2008.