Here you will find links to interesting and informative YouTube Videos, websites and Facebook group pages devoted to various topics, and other useful A&S information. This list will be updated as information becomes available – and if you have something to add, please email the deputy KMOAS office.


General A&S Facebook Groups

Artisans of the Society for Creative Anachronism

SCA Arts and Sciences

SCA Virtual Classroom and Artisan Display

SCA Virtual Campfire

SCA Online Virtual Bardic Night


Society-wide A&S Facebook Groups

SCA Bardic Arts

SCA Beekeepers

SCA Celts/Early Period Cultures (600BCE-500CE)

SCA Cooks

Dark Ages SCA (Post Roman Britain Discussion and Research)

SCA Garb How-to

SCA Leather Workers

SCA Library of Alexandria – A&S discussions with the Laurels of our Realms

SCA Medieval and Renaissance Dance

Inter-Kingdom Moneyer’s Guild

SCA Natural Philosophy

SCA (unofficial) Parchment Project

SCA Potters

SCA Printers and Bookbinders

SCA Scribes and Illumination

SCA Scribes

SCA Woodworking

Latin for Medieval Re-enactors


Other Kingdoms’ A&S Ministries

A list of the different Kingdoms’ KMOAS websites can be found at the SCA society website.


Other Kingdoms’ Virtual A&S resources

East Kingdom Ministry of Arts & Sciences: list of online webinars

East Kingdom Ministry of Arts & Sciences: online A&S displays

Kingdom of Calontir virtual A&S classes

Kingdom of Artemisia: virtual university


And if all these resources did not scratch your itch in these times of social distancing, the KMOAS has a few suggested free documentaries (in no particular order) to help keep us inspired in all things medieval!

Guedelon Castle in France: Secrets of the Castle

A Tudor Feast, with Ruth Goodman

Modern History TV

Lucy Worsley documentaries (recommend If Walls Could Talk)

Tony Robinson documentaries (recommend The Worst Jobs in History, as well as Time Team)

Jas Townsend and Sons – 18th century reenacting

Forged in Fire playlist

Time Team episodes on the channel of Reijer Zaaijer

Atlas Obscura

Recording Archaeology

Hunt Primitive

The GW Foundation

Irish Archaeology Field School