Calligraphy Guild of Indiana: www.CalligIN.org
Michiana Calligraphy Guild: www.michianacalligraphy.com
August 4-9, 2014. IAMPETH Convention. Indianapolis, IN. Registration info is mailed out early in the year. Registration for IAMPTEH members begins in March and then is open to the public in April. Membership information: www.iampeth.com.Participants attend half-day and full day classes. The focus is on pointed pen though there are also some classes on broad edge alphabets, gilding, and other topics. The fee includes instruction only. Participants make their own lodging arrangements at special rates with the convention hotel. Meals are also not provided; participants are responsible for their meals. John Neal Bookseller will be the convention vendor in 2014, providing a wide range of books and supplies for pre-order and on-site purchase.
Scholarship information and application the 2014 IAMPETH Annual Convention can be found at: http://www.iampeth.com/scholarship.php
Anne Binder offers a variety of classes in calligraphy and book arts for children and adults.
www.annebinder.org/Classes2.html. E-mail: Anne@AnneBinder.org
Pen Dragons Calligraphy Guild, Kalamazoo, MI. www.pendragonscalligraphy.org
April 5 & 6, 2014 - Mike Gold: “Contemporary Scripts: Lettering for the 21st Century”
October 4 & 5, 2014 -Judy Melvin: “Brushing the Surface”
The Colleagues of Calligraphy is a non-profit organization with membership open to everyone with a love of letters and related arts. Our mission is to: Promote the study and critical practice of calligraphy as a craft and as an art form, encourage individual excellence, and foster a wider appreciation and a deeper understanding of calligraphy, its history and its applications through the free interchange of ideas and techniques.
Feb. 22-23, 2014. Workshop: Silverpoint for Drawing and Calligraphy with Colleague Jean Formo.
April 25-27, 2014. Program and Workshop with Randall Hasson, calligrapher and painter.
The St. Louis Calligraphy Guild has monthly meetings and sponsors workshops.
Contact Leslie Barnes: email@example.com
Kathy Milici Classes. Newton, New Jersey. More info and to register: http://www.24karatdesigns.com/studio-classes
June 23 -July 7, 2014. Ghost Ranch Literally Letters. Abiquiu, New Mexico (about an hour and 15 mins. north of Santa Fe). The Literally Letters program at Ghost Ranch offers calligraphy instruction in a unique setting. Join a community of calligraphers who have been coming to the Ranch for over 30 years. All levels of experience are welcome. Housing varies from camping and rustic to comfortable, hotel-like accommodations. The dining hall offers wholesome food and can accommodate those with special needs. In addition to classes, participants can swim, hike, and ride horses. Taos and Santa Fe are not far, and there are opportunities for field trips around the area. For general info, contact Sharon Zeugin, Program Coordinator for general information: firstname.lastname@example.org. Registration is through Ghost Ranch: www.ghostranch.org
Week 1: June 23–29. Yukimi Annand – Text and Texture: Making Expressive Textures with Calligraphic Marks. Eliza Holliday – Brush Script and Drawing: Introduction to Painted Brush. Carrie Imai – Neuland, Cuneiform, & Beyond.
Week 2: June 30 – July 6. Open Studio / Mentoring Week
Instructors: Sharon Zeugin, Nancy Culmone
Literally Letters at Ghost Ranch was featured in Letter Arts Review issue 23.3 (LR23-3, $14.50.)
Society of Scribes. http://www.societyofscribes.org/calligraphy-classes-workshops/
Dec 1-15, 2013. Annual Members' Open Exhibition. 9:00 am to 3:00 pm. National Arts Club, 15 Gramercy Park South, New York. Opening Reception: December 3, 2013, 6:00 to 8:00 pm.
Lynn Palumbo teaches calligraphy (Art 141) in the fall semester (Aug 26-Dec 18, 2013, 6-9:30pm) at Dutchess Community College, 53 Pendell Rd, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601. More info on the class at:
For registration and similar info: http://www.sunydutchess.edu/
Calligraphy Centre, 2522 Reynolda Road, Winston-Salem, NC 27106
January 25, 2014. Ruling pen’s pirouettes. Silvia Cordero Vega.
More info: http://www.calligraphycentre.com/SilviaRulingPen.html
Jan 31 – Feb 1, 2014. Built-up funky caps with colored pencils and markers. Silvia Cordero Vega.
More info: http://www.calligraphycentre.com/Silvi-Caps.html
Contact: Joyce Teta 336.724-5475 email@example.com
Sooner Scribes: www.soonerscribes.com. Oklahoma City, OK
Calligraphy Guild of Oklahoma: www.calligraphytulsa.com
The Portland Society for Calligraphy has monthly meetings and sponsors exhibits and workshops. P.O. Box 4621, Portland, OR 97208. firstname.lastname@example.org
January 24-26, 2014. The Moving Line with Massimo Polello
April 5-6, 2014. Bone with Carol DuBosch
June 14-15, 2014. Life Lines with Pam Paulsrud
September 13-14, 2014. Neuland, Cuneiform and Beyond with Carrie Imai
November 1-2, 2014. Writing as Design and Personal Expression with Louise Gruenwald
Valley Calligraphy Guild: www.valleycalligraphyguild.com
More details to be posted at http://valleycalligraphyguild.com/workshops.html as they are available. Workshop contacts: Chris Scholtz: email@example.com Jennie Bannister: firstname.lastname@example.org
May 10-11, 2014. Contemporary Scripts - Lettering for the 21st Century. A workshop with Mike Gold.
Sept 13-14, 2014. Classy Carolingian , a workshop with Kristen Doty.
Through December 28, 2013. EcoEditions: An International Exhibition of Contemporary Artist Books focusing on the environment. Book artists were invited to use their powers as stewards of the earth to report on the state of our environment, ecology, sustainability, pollution, climate, recycling, and our planet in general. 23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, Oregon. More info on their website: http://23sandy.com
Philadelphia Calligraphers’ Society. http://www.philadelphiacalligraphers.org/
December 1-31, 2013. Medford Leas, 1 Medford Leas, Medford, NJ. http://www.medfordleas.org
Memphis Calligraphy Guild: www.calligraphyguild.com
Nashville Calligraphy Guild: http://www.nashvillecalligraphersguild.org/index.html
All Classes and Workshops are open initially to current Nashville Calligraphers Guild members. If openings exist after members have registered, only then will the workshops be opened to non-members.
Houston Calligraphy Guild: http://www.houstoncalligraphyguild.org
Calligraphy classes in the Houston area: http://www.houstoncalligraphyguild.org/blog/learn.html
Houston Book Arts Guild Mini-Workshops. Museum of Printing History. First Thursday of the month, 6:00-8:00 pm.
Kaligrafos The Dallas Calligraphy Society Workshops
March 1-2, 2014. Lyrical Lombardics with Harvest Crittendon
October 4-5, 2014. Contemporary Scripts with Mike Gold
More info: http://www.kaligrafos.com/calendar/Kaligrafos-Workshops.html
Capital City Scribes, Austin TX. http://www.ccscribes.com/workshops.html
San Antonio Calligraphers Guild: www.sanantoniocalligraphy.com
July 19 - 26, 2014. Legacies, the 33rd International Lettering Arts Conference to be held at Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel and the Charles Eisemann Center for Performing Arts Center for a week-long residential conference, featuring a 3-day vendor show and additional Creative Break-Out Sessions open to the public and participant for an extra fee. Priority Early Bird Registration ($500 deposits) is open now. General Early Bird ($100 deposit) begins September 1, 2013 and run through November 30, 2013 (You can go ahead register now with a $100 deposit. It will be included with all the Sept 1 registrants). Early Bird Registration deposits begin September 1, 2013 and run through November 30, 2013. Early Bird registrants receive a priority number as well as $100 off the total registration fees (approximately $1799 for double occupancy) at the 4-star Renaissance Dallas Richardson Hotel. Deposits are non-refundable. Payment layaway plans are available. Website: http://calligraphyconference.com/index.php/component/content/?view=featured
John Neal Bookseller will have a week-long store at Legacies for participants and visitors. More info to follow.
Classes for book dealers, collectors, & those generally interested in the craft of hand bookbinding.
School for Bookbinding Arts At Cat Tail Run Hand Bookbinding, 2160 Cedar Grove Rd, Winchester, Virginia 22603 540-662-2683. email@example.com http://www.CatTailRun.com
2014 offerings will include Cloth &Leather Restoration, Boxmaking, New Binding Construction, Paper & Fabric Marbling and more!
Sharon Hanse. Cedar Lakes, WV Calligraphy Workshops.
For Cedar Lakes Catalog (to locate the classes: browse by date or search HANSE): http://wvde.state.wv.us/cedarlakes/documents/2013cedarlakes_craftworkshop.pdf
Tuition plus tax for a commuter is $144. Options with lodging and meals range from $206-$316 plus tax for 2 nights & 5 meals. Cedar Lakes is near Ripley, WV.
The Bow Valley Calligraphy Guild is a calligraphy guild that host monthly meetings and workshops in Calgary, Canada. Box 1647, Station M, Calgary, AB T2P 2L7.
Workshop questions: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
2013-2014 Yearlong Class. 8 monthly (more or less) Wednesday morning sessions (9:30am-12:30pm), Wednesdays starting Oct 2 (skipping January). $200 ($180 members). Instructors Christine Ahmad, Kirsten Horel, Kerri Forster, Renate Worthington, and Lindley McDougall.
Fairbank Calligraphy Society. http://www.fairbankcalligraphysociety.com/
Saanich Fairground, 1528 Stellys Cross Road, Saanichton BC V8M 1S8. http://www.saanichfair.ca/
Art of the Book 2013. Juried show of 56 works marks the Canadian Bookbinders and Book Arts Guild 30th anniversary. http://www.cbbag.ca/home.html
November 22, 2013 – March 24, 2014. McPherson Library, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC
April/May 2014. University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC
June 6 - July 13, 2014. Affinity Gallery, Saskatoon, SK
Sept – Nov, 2014. Cordova Library & Museum, Cordova, Alaska
Feb – May, 2015. Harriet Irving Library, University of New Brunswick, NB
April 18-22, 2014. Workshop: Rustics Re-visited and Re-elaborated. Marie Catherine Letendre and Lia Malfermoni. Scuola Internazionale di Grafica. Venice, Italy. Marie will introduce students of all levels to the Rustic letterforms and Lia will have them create a “palimpsest” using written work and re-elaborated texts. The workshop runs from Friday afternoon to Tuesday morning, ending in a visit to a Venetian craftsman. Marie studied calligraphy in Portand, Oregon and now teaches at the Marymount School in Rome. Lia is an artist and teacher specializing in visual communication. Cost of the four-day course is 240 euro. Lodgings and meals are the responsibility of the student. For full information, write Kathy Frate: firstname.lastname@example.org
Calligraphy & Lettering Arts Society. http://www.clas.co.uk/ See their website for more events and info on regional groups.
April 4-6, 2014. Pen to Printer 2014. The seminar is held each year in Ditchling, UK. It brings together speakers and delegates from many lettering and associated disciplines to discuss issues of importance in today’s rapidly-changing world of communications. More info: http://www.ejf.org.uk/pentoprinter2014.html
Monica Dengo Workshops: SPAIN, BELGIUM, ITALY, GERMANY
More info: http://www.monicadengo.com/venice-palazzo-minotto.html
*Per i corsi annuali, settimanali e di singoli fine settimana tenuti da Monica in Italia, visita:
LAURIE DOCTOR : http://www.lauriedoctor.com
2013 and 2014 Workshops: http://www.lauriedoctor.com/workshops/workshops.html
Harvest Crittenden teaches online pointed pen classes. More info at http://www.acornarts.org/classes.html
Ann Miller teaches two online classes in calligraphy through the Academy of Art University in San Francisco. (These are online classes, not in-the-classroom-in-San-Francisco classes. They can be taken from anywhere in the world.)
Calligraphy and Letterform (GR106). Beginning/Survey Class. This 15-week course introduces the student to the entire history of marks, alphabets, and letterform from the first signs and symbols to the present. You will be guided by Ann Miller’s video demos and exemplars, slide shows, and individual design discussion, critique and review, as well as reading textbook material. You will practice all the major alphabets and produce 39 formal assignments that address the major issues of letter construction and page layout. It takes a lifetime to put together the pieces that result in satisfying calligraphic art, and this course will give you the broad foundation on which to base the development of your writing skills as well as your understanding of good design.
Advanced Calligraphy (GR236). This 15 week course is based on spacing and gaining expertise in organizing the visual field through stroke, sign, and layering manipulation. We use a wide variety of tools, methods, and media to develop personal skills and insight and to create a sense of confidence in the creative process. This course is influenced by André Gürtler's very effective instruction, working with drawn stroke elements, signs and letter-based marks. By concentrating on the core armature of the line, one is less influenced by the stylistic nature of the letter, and becomes closer to grasping the essence of the movement. This sense of the stroke as rhythm then joins with whatever one knows about each individual alphabet, giving more life to the forms. It's a good opportunity to push forward into the background and formation of letters as letters and also as design elements.
The beginning class is generally offered each semester, the advanced less frequently.
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