Recent Kingdom Notes

March 1, 2024

The Kingdom of Trimaris

The Three Seas of Power

How To Enter & More

Entering a Project in an Arts & Sciences Faire

Kingdom Art Sci Fair Research Resources

How-Tos

Additional Resources – Research and Citation Aids & More!

 

Not Sure How to Start? Follow These Steps to Your Next Entry:


Step One. Review the Art/Sci Rules

All entrants should first review the rules to know more about how the competition works and what is required for entries and entrants.


Step Two. Review the Divisions and Categories You Would Like to Enter

Find the division and category that best suits your project so you will know where your piece will be sorted at the Art/Sci Faire. You’ll need this information to fill out your forms.

 

 

Step Three. Choose Your Level & Download Your Entry Forms

Novice – For first time entrants, entrants new to the art sci process, or those exploring a new art. This level is designed to help walk you easily through documentation and to provide the most structured experience for newer or less advanced artisans. This level is NOT eligible to be a Gulf Wars Champion.

All Novice Entrants – Choose Your Project Type & FILL OUT YOUR FORM
– or Ensure Your Presentation Incorporates What is On This Form:

CHOOSE CAREFULLY! Questions and Grading Differ From Category to Category.

Novice entrants are encouraged to but not required to use the Novice Entry Form.
Please ensure all questions from the form are included in any presentation, paper, or documentation.
Please reach out to your Minister of Arts and Sciences for guidance. 

All Novice Entrants – Select & Ensure You Have
3 Assessment Forms for Your Judges:

Please print three copies of your Assessment Form
– OR –
Work with your Art Sci Faire Coordinator or Minister of Arts and Science
Pre-Register and have them printed for you.
Reviewing these forms may also help you better complete your presentation for full marks.

 

Journeyman – For all standard level entries. This level will be considered the average level entry for Art Sci Faire entries. It is geared toward most projects and requires solid research and documentation, an understanding of your topic or entry, but does not require going “above and beyond” in all areas of the project. Most entries will be entered at this level. This level IS eligible to be a Gulf Wars Champion. Entrants are encouraged to read the judging forms for their category as a guide to organizing documentation.

CHOOSE CAREFULLY! Questions and Grading Differ From Category to Category

 

Masterwork – For entries that have gone above and beyond both in research and documentation and in creation. This level is geared toward long-term and very in-depth projects with extensive research and numerous complex parts. This might be where a sheep-to-shawl entry is featured or a culminating project is shown for which you have made all the pieces and tools to create the entry. This level IS eligible to be a Gulf Wars Champion. Entrants are encouraged to read the judging forms for their category as a guide to organizing documentation.

CHOOSE CAREFULLY! Questions and Grading Differ From Category to Category.

 

Youth: For youth entries at elementary, middle school and high school age.

CHOOSE CAREFULLY! Questions and Grading Differ From Category to Category.

 


Step Four. Register Your Project

NOTE TO ALL PARTICIPANTS – PLEASE PREREGISTER

If you do not preregister – you are responsible for printing your Assessment forms, in triplicate. 
If you preregister – your Assessment Forms will be printed for you, in Triplicate, by the administrator of the Faire.
For help on PRE-REGISTERING, Contact your Art Sci Faire Coordinator Today!

All entrants are strongly encouraged to register their projects ahead of time for Kingdoms Arts & Sciences competitions. This ensures there will be sufficient judges for all projects, plus mundane considerations like table space. If you do not register your entry by the deadline (typically two weeks prior), please bring three copies of your Assessment forms to the competition. There is no guarantee we will have them on hand and would hate to be unable to provide you structured feedback on your piece. If there are no forms available, you can still receive general feedback.