This is the Sixty-Second article in a semi-permanent column for Stroud Arts that appears in the Stroud American. The mission of these articles is to inform, educate and inspire you, the reader, to Make Art Happen in your life and the life of our community.
First a couple of corrections; The upcoming performance schedule for Lincoln County On-Stage will be released by the end of this month and the date of Stroud Arts ‘Fairy Tale Podcast’ will be held on Monday, January 11, 2021.
Second, a recap; The Stroud Arts ‘The Video Makers Workshop’ will be held on Saturday, January 16, from 10-12 am and 1-3pm. Tuition for the Workshop is $10 per person.
Third an update; The SA ‘RPG Day’s,’ is off to a good start and if you want to participate in either the Sunday 3-7pm or Thursday 6-9pm activity, please text 918-968-5114.Admission is $1 per person.
Now for new information regarding Stroud Arts 2021 Programs and activities.
Stroud Arts will be hosting a ‘Terrain Making Workshop’ on February 20, 2021 from 10am- 12pm and 1pm-3pm. This hands-on activity is for those involved in Tabletop RPG’s, Tabletop Wargames or Diorama makers. Topics covered will include design and construction of; one- and two-level hills, roadways, rivers, woods and papercraft structures.
All materials will be provided and participants will be using Craft blades, Hot Glue and Hot-Blade foam cutting tools.
Anyone under 18 must be supervised by their parent/guardian.
Admission is $5 to cover materials.
Looking forward to September, Stroud Arts will be holding its 2nd Annual Community Medieval Arts and Sciences Faire’ on Saturday, September 4, 2021. This family-oriented event will allow our guests to experience the New Millennium of 1000AD as it was, and should have been. The Stroud Arts cast will create characters, wear period appropriate clothing, interact with guests, and demonstrate skills and crafts that were significant in this long-ago age.
In addition to our cast, will be games of skill such as; Archery Shoot, Spear Throw, Sword Fighting, Puzzle Solving and the Quest for Knighthood. Let’s not forget the Unicorn Ride.
If you, or someone you know, would like to participate in this theatrical, outdoor event, please contact Stroud Arts on our Facebook Page and follow for a schedule of organizational and training meetings as we prepare for a journey into the past!
Next week, we will look to October and Stroud Arts Halloween 2021 and how you can be involved! Until next time…
…Make Art Happen.