So, now that you know what the White Wolf Fian is, let me tell you about my proposal.
There are eleven key questions one must answer about your proposed project - this helps the Fian understand what your are trying to do (interests n the group are varied - not everyone geeks your geek) and why the project is intermediate to you. Based on that information, the Fian discusses the merits of your proposal and offers suggestions and follow up questions to help improve your project.
Below is the first submission of my proposal, unedited:
Thanks for visiting - I've created this space to document the progress of my various Arts & Sciences projects within the SCA (Society of Creative Anachronism) http://www.sca.org, with special focus on one project in particular.
I have recently submitted a proposal to the White Wolf Fian (http://whitewolffian.webs.com), an order in the Kingdom of Ealdormere (province of Ontario - http://www.ealdormere.ca) dedicated to the exploration of Arts & Sciences.
From the order charter:
To encourage those interested in the Arts and Sciences to challenge continually their abilities and skills through the use of period techniques and materials.
A challenger must submit a proposal to the members of the order to vote on and approve. Once a challenger has formally challenged in at court, they have one year in which to complete the project.
I officially challenged in on July 4th at Trillium War by the grace of Her Majesty, Queen
Liðr Langackrdottir. My project is due at next years Trillies.
My next post will focus on the details of my proposal. Hope to see you again soon!
Welcome to the SCA blog of Lady Jane Caldwell. Lady Jane plays in 1534 and is interested in early period lace. Lady Jane hails from the Barony of Skraeling Althing in Ealdormere. Lady Jane is also a clothes whore who will wear clothing from multiple periods to either feel pretty or feel comfortable.