The State of the Arts Website - Ansteorran A&S Judging Forms

What are these forms?

The Ansteorran judging forms provided on this page below were developed by the Ansteorran Laurels over a period of several years and the forms continue to be revised as needed for the Kingdom. Prior to these forms being developed, local A&S officers were "on their own" to find a judging form for their event. Even the Kingdom A&S competition forms varied from year to year, creating a great deal of confusion. In 1998 the Ansteorran Laurels met at a retreat to develop a form that would provide a reasonable scoring system for a variety of art forms. Performing Laurels worked on the Performing judging sheets, Laurels interested in research and historical papers worked on the Scholarly judging sheets, and Laurels representing a wide range of arts and crafts worked on the Static judging sheets.

Who can use the Ansteorran judging forms?

Anyone who wants to use these forms is welcome to do so. We hope that everyone in Ansteorra sponsoring an A&S competition will at least give them a try.

I have suggestions for improving the forms...

We always welcome your feedback on improving the Ansteorran Judging Forms. We continue to meet periodically to discuss how well these forms are working, and to try to iron out problems that turn up in use. We want these forms to serve the artisan community in Ansteorra, and so your feedback is very valuable to us! Send your comments to Mistress Jehanne d'Avignon at twinoak@cox-internet.com



Ansteorran Static Arts Judging Form

Ansteorran Performance Judging Form

Ansteorran Research Paper Judging Form

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Gulf Wars Static Arts Judging Form

Gulf Wars Performance Judging Form

Gulf Wars Scholarly Paper Judging Form

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For comments, additions, and corrections, please contact the Ansteorran Laurel Webminister at vs_laurel@ansteorra.org

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