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Metalwork

(Revised May 2004) Includes the construction of completed objects primarily from metal, with or without decoration. Does NOT include armor and weaponry. If piece includes

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Material Preparation

(Revised May 2004) This category includes the conversion of raw or natural materials into media for use in the arts and sciences. Examples: the making

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Martial Studies

(Revised July 2009) This category is for all martial studies reproductions. It does not include choreographed performances such as stage combat. These sorts of things

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Leatherwork

(Revised May 2004) Includes the construction of completed objects primarily from leather, with or without decoration; or the construction of leather items, with or without

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Lacemaking

(Revised May 2004) Category includes network or laces, needle laces such as reticella, punto in aria, rose point, gros point, bobbin lace, sprang, and woven

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Juggling and Tumbling

(Revised May 2004) Solo or group entries. A solo entrant may perform with a partner or a group, but only the entrant will be judged.

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Jewelry

(Revised May 2004) Jewelry comes in a wide variety of types and styles, depending on the time period and country of origin. Simple pieces can

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Wood Musical Instruments

(Revised May 2004) Includes wind instruments made from wood: recorders, whistles, bagpipes, flutes, panpipes, cornettos, shawms, crumhorns, etc. Judges may wish to consult Woodwork criteria for standards

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Metal Musical Instruments

(Revised May 2004) Includes wind instruments made from metal: horns, trumpets, trombones, etc. Judges may wish to consult Metalwork criteria for standards on techniques. Metal Musical Instruments;

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String Musical Instruments

(Revised May 2004) Includes lutes, harps, dulcimers, harpsichords, etc. Judges may wish to consult Woodwork criteria for standards on techniques. String Musical Instruments; Novice Documentation 0-8 points.

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