Basic Fine Script Calligraphy Workshop
Conducted by Joanne from The Letter J Supply, in this 2.5-hour workshop, savour the tactile experience of putting ink to paper. Explore the fundamental knowledge of calligraphy and learn how to use the traditional dip pen. You will be guided through simple hands-on exercises to be able to write words on your own by the end of the session.
Duration: 2.5-hour workshop
No prior experience is required.
Materials and tools provided (all for take-home):
• Wooden Pen Holder
• 2 x Pointed Nibs
• 1 x Bottle of Ink
• The Letter J Supply Instructional Booklet
• Understanding the tools
• Basic strokes
• Letter connections
About The Instructor:
Joanne Lim is drawn to the power of words. In her practice, Lim uses words as parameters to imagine and express form. Her spontaneous and thoughtful works deviate from conventional calligraphic forms and are imbued with a distinctive sensibility. Originally trained in graphic design and with a background in advertising, she now runs The Letter J Supply, a studio that creates original artworks and runs workshops with a focus on calligraphy. Her work has been exhibited at The Esplanade, Singapore and featured in various publications.
Kindly note that we need a minimum of 8pax to start the class. In case of insufficient sign-ups, workshop will be rescheduled.
Rescheduling of workshop is only allowed up to 3 days before commencement of the workshop. Please note that rescheduling may only be performed once, and exchange/refund is strictly not allowed at any point. We will not be extending the option of rescheduling to participants who did not inform us of no show prior to the start of session. No-show participants are able to collect their workshop materials from the Atelier.
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