Australians "get in touch with medieval culture" through SCA and manuscript exhibit

Residents of Melbourne, Australia rarely have a chance "to get in touch with medieval culture" according to the age.com.au reporter Patricia Maunder who spent some time with Karen Hovenga, the Baroness of Stormhold in the Society for Creative Anachronism.

A rare opportunity, for both residents and SCA participants, will present itself when the State Library of Victoria will feature an exhibit of medieval manuscripts.

From the article:

Many of the local SCA community have just returned from the Rowany Festival on the NSW central coast, an annual event attended by hundreds from around the Kingdom of Lochac (that’s Australia and New Zealand to the rest of us). This week, they’ll be flocking to the State Library of Victoria’s exhibition of 90 manuscripts from the Middle Ages, The Medieval Imagination.