Cheerio Calligraphy Workshops
(The International Association of Master Penmen, Engrossers and Teachers of Handwriting)
Calligraphy Guild, Calligraphy Society, Society of Scribes...whatever they call themselves, they are your source for local calligraphy teachers, calligraphy instruction, calligraphy workshops, calligraphy classes, calligraphy retreats. Your area guild may sponsor the class or workshop or one of the members will be teaching at a local venue. Their website is the place for resources if you want to learn calligraphy or want to join others with the calligraphy bug!
ADDING YOUR GUILD TO THE LIST
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and he will put your info up. Email him also with any corrections or changes.
Edmonton Calligraphic Society01/10
Founded in 1988. We hold several workshops a year with monthly meetings, the first Thursday of each month. At each meeting we have a "hands on program", demos, a raffle, show and tell/galleria. We also have paper and supplies for sale, and an extensive library. Our newsletter is published four times a year.
Warmland Calligraphers of the Cowichan Valley04/09
South Vancouver Island
Founded in 1995. 100 member group. Well stocked library for members. Members contribute works for monthly critiqued Galleria. Sponsor several workshops a year, hold monthly meetings. Publishes a journal three times a year. Pot Luck luncheons in December & June. Annual show and sale for the month of February since 1997. Host of Island Magic, the 27th International Conference for Calligraphers in 2007. Visitors welcome.
Westcoast Calligraphy Society
Greater Vancouver area. 100+ member society. Sponsor weekend workshops, annual travelling exhibit,monthly meetings and a biannual one day conference. Publishes a journal, Illuminations, three times a year and a newsletter, The Bulletin, 5 times a year.
Hamilton Calligraphy Guild 12/08
International teachers and workshops, Publishes a newsletter 3 times a year.
The Society for Italic Handwriting 10/09
The Society for Italic Handwriting was founded in 1952 by Alfred Fairbank, a most notable British calligrapher, & Joseph Compton, a Director of Education in London. Its aim is to spread the practice of the Italic script. It achieves this by publishing a quarterly magazine called Writing Matters, which contains up to date information on pens, paper, writing equipment and other matters relating to the study and practice of this beautiful hand. Membership is open to anyone who has an interest in good handwriting, an interest for one's own self-improvement in handwriting, for teachers and for those who enjoy the historical aspects of writing and calligraphy. The organization is UK based. See the website for local groups. Overseas members receive their newsletter via email.
The Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society (CLAS)
Birmingham Calligraphy Society
Blackmore Vale Scribes
Arthur W. Roberts
Cinque Ports Scribes
Eden Valley Scribes
Gloucestershire Lettering Arts
Havering Calligraphy Circle
Marches Scribes (The)
Mendip Calligraphy Group
North Downs Calligraphers
North East Scribes
North London Lettering Association
North Staffs Scribes
North West Calligraphers Association
North Yorkshire Calligraphers
Mr R G Phillips
Sidcup & Bexley Calligraphers
P F Howell
020 8300 2570
South Hampshire Calligraphers
South London Lettering Association
West Country Scribes
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