Kingdom of Artemisia
A kingdom of the Society for Creative Anachronism
in Montana, Idaho, Utah, and the western half of Wyoming
Welcome to the Current Middle Ages!
We are the Kingdom of Artemisia, a branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA), an international organization dedicated to the study and re-enactment of the Middle Ages. There are no spectators in the SCA, and every person plays a part in creating the atmosphere.
Mundanely, The Kingdom of Artemisia consists of Utah, Montana, southern Idaho and the parts of Wyoming that are west of the Continental Divide.
Be sure to visit the SCA Newcomer's Portal to learn more about us.
You'll find SCA members engaged in all manner of creative pursuits, like weaving, casting, woodworking, costuming, leatherworking, cooking, music, calligraphy and illumination, bookmaking, ceramics, armoring, blacksmithing, poetry, cartography, jewelry, falconry...
Ever imagine what it might be like to be in a pitched battle fighting for your kingdom? Some of the most visible elements at SCA events are the combat activities. We incorporate several types of fighting, from fully-armored rattan combat, to steel rapier combat, to mounted jousting.
Gatherings and Culture
We gather togther for weekend (and sometimes longer) events, where we camp, cook, socialize, have tournaments, display our creations, shop at merchant tents, and just generally have a great time together. Come out and join us!
Find Your Local Group
On our group page, you can find all of the local SCA branches in the kingdom. Each has their own schedule of local meetings where you can meet people in the group and get acquainted with what the SCA is all about.
You can get an overall view of the kingdom by visiting our kingdom map page.
Find Us on Social Media
Visit us on Facebook.
Our official page, with all our announcements:
The unofficial chat page, where lots of us gather online:
Become a Member
You can become a member of the international organization by visiting www.sca.org.
But you don't have to be a member to come to an event. All you need to do is make an attempt at pre-17th century dress. Most groups even have costumes that you can borrow. We'd love to see you out there!