There are many fabulous classes, channels, and collegia currently online! Here is a partial listing. If you have any to add, please let Guðrún (Rosie) know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
East Kingdom Ministry of Arts and Sciences has a page for online webinars,
and a YouTube channel of past classes. There is also a Facebook group for the EK College of Performers, and an EK Wiki page for A&S research institutions.
Royal University of the Mid-Realm (RUM) has a YouTube channel of past classes.
The Kingdom of Drachenwald has a YouTube channel with many classes.
The Atlantia Royal Forestry Guild have a YouTube channel with classes.
The Pennsic University YouTube channel only hosts class videos during the time of Pennsic (last week of July & first week of August), but when it’s running, it has lots of classes!
SCA Virtual Classroom and Artisan Display is a world-wide Facebook group that posts upcoming classes and events, individual A&S projects, and more.
The Medievalists have a YouTube channel with many classes on a wide variety of medieval-era topics.
Ylva the Red has a YouTube channel for Viking-era reenactment, which includes many costuming, dyeing, and nålbinding tutorials.
Jimmy, The Welsh Viking, has a YouTube channel about costuming, dyeing, and more.
Ingridr Raudkinn has a YouTube channel with tutorials on rectangular construction and Rus costuming.
Daisy Viktoria has a YouTube channel with many tutorials, including a playlist on medieval/renaissance costuming.
Harpy & Hag have a YouTube channel with tutorials on block printing, dyes, and more.
Susan Verberg’s YouTube channel, Far Mountain, has tutorials on soap-making, pottery, brewing, foods, and more.
Opus Elenae has a YouTube channel with tutorials on costuming, making lucet cord, fabric painting, weaving, and more.
Mr. Rogers Hobbyhood has a YouTube channel with tutorials on calligraphy, book-binding, leather-working, and wood-working.
Angela Costello has a YouTube channel with tutorials on Byzantine-era costuming, mead-making, and silk banner painting.
Agnes Berengarii de girona has a YouTube channel with tutorials on many types of embroidery.
Rachel Case has a YouTube channel with classes and tutorials on edging, needle-lace, and sprang weaving.
Nick Saint-Erne has a YouTube channel with tutorials on medieval recipes for cooking and brewing.
Elliot Burton has a YouTube channel that covers medieval bushcraft, and a tutorial on making a basic tunic.
Sally Pointer has a YouTube channel with many types of tutorials, including Neolithic, Bronze Age, and Early Medieval garb-making, shoe-making, dyeing, and fiber processing (with nettles, among other fibers).
Medieval Mayhem has a YouTube channel with many classes on various topics.
Guðrún has three of her previous classes on her YouTube channel: Basic Sewing Techniques for Reenactors and Anachronists, Intro to Medieval Middle Eastern Dance, and Early Period Clothing: Rectangular Construction.
Secrets of the Castle is a fantastic documentary series on the construction of the Château de Guédelon, a French 13th-century-style castle, which is currently being built only using tools and techniques known in the medieval time period. The series goes into all of the artistry of building and decorating the castle, as well as what daily life would have been like in the 13th century.
While Time Team is technically a video series of archaeological digs rather than making things, some of the things they cover are A&S-related, and it’s great for research purposes.
Likewise, the UK Portable Antiquities Scheme is a website run jointly by the British Museum and Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales to catalogue amateur archaeological finds, which can be great references for our SCAdian crafters.
Vashti Research Assistance is a website run by THL Vashti al-Ashsriyah of Calontir with the focus of connecting people with resources for research and documentation. There is also a Fb page here. There is a lot of information and organized lists for different subjects.