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Warwick Arts & Sciences


It is a goal of the Warwick Renaissance Division to develop a strong community of Archers, Artisans, Combatants, and Historical Performers for further education in the Western European Culture. Warwick enables its members to make history a valuable part of the lives of spectators & participants of the general public attending Warwick shows.

Members of Warwick gather together to learn from one another in the area of Historical Arts & Sciences, they work on projects such as tent making, paper making, chain mail, theatrical plays, dancing & so much more that would take way too much time to list. If it is Historical, we try to do it. We as a group learn from each other because some people are more knowledgeable about one thing where as some one else is not and if you are not very knowledgeable about history then this is the place to come join in and learn some things about the past and have fun in teaching others what our forefathers once know but has over time been forgotten by the majority of the World.  

If you have any questions contact the Officer of Arts & Sciences Roberte Riche  Earl of Warwick


Through the Warwick Living History group you will be able to learn many skills about history. Below is a list subjects we study and perform at many of our events, click on the subject to follow a link to a webpage that has more detailed information.

Black Powder (Civil War / Old West Division)

Sword Fighting (Medieval, Renaissance, Celtic Division)

Theatre Basics to Advanced (All Divisions)

Subjects performed or demonstrated by members of Warwick. If you are interested in learning any of these subjects, contact the member and ask if you can learn with them or from them (you mast be a member of Warwick.

Subject             Member

Herbalist - Gillian Swafford

These are great sites to get information on how to make historical items to better your Renaissance Faire experience.
More to be added as soon as time permits, I want you to be able to get as much information as possible but one man can only do so much. I am happy to do this for everyone interested in history.





Results of the last Arts & Sciences Competition: January 9th 2010

9 entrées

1st Place - Jennete Charbonneaux for entry of the Chain Mail shirt she made.

20pts - Craftsmanship/Functionality
16pts - Complexity
10pts - Authenticity
10pts - Documentation (from a book)
14pts - Bonus Points (8pts for Style & 8pts for extra knowledge, explaining her project)
TOTAL of 70pts

2nd Place - Richard D. Hicks for entry of Saddlebags he made.

20pts - Craftsmanship/Functionality
18pts - Complexity
  8pts - Authenticity
10pts - Documentation
13pts - Bonus Points (10pts for explaining their project)
TOTAL of 69pts

3rd Place - Ethen Wyllomyre & Wolfgang Ullrich for entry of the Forge & Stand they made together.

19pts - Craftsmanship/Functionality
20pts - Complexity
10pts - Authenticity
  0pts - Documentation
15pts - Bonus Points (10pts + 9pts for stitching)
TOTAL of 64pts

4th Place - Isadora Ullrich for entry of Cape & Cap she made. [TOTAL of 51pts]

Tied 5th Place - Isadora Ullrich for entry of a Renaissance Bridal Gown she made. [TOTAL of 48pts]

Tied 5th Place - Jennete Charbonneaux for entry of a leather bound notebook she made. [TOTAL of 48pts]

6th Place - Richard D. Hicks for entry of Outlaw/Highway Mask he made. [TOTAL of 45pts]

7th Place - Richard D. Hicks for entry of Percussion Revolver Paper Cartridge he made. [TOTAL of 38pts]

8th Place - Bunny for entry of a Rabbit Hide Purse/Bottle Holder she made. [TOTAL of 33pts]