After-School Makers: Hand Lettering with Floriana Ehninger-Cuervo

October 23, 2019 - 3:30 pm

After-School Makers: Hand Lettering with Floriana Ehninger-Cuervo

Session 6: Wednesday, October 23rd 3:30-5:30pm

After-School Makers is a supportive studio environment where teens are encouraged and empowered to dream, explore, create, and thrive. Each Wednesday, makers are introduced to a variety of contemporary art projects and mediums with local professional artists. Working individually or collaboratively each session, makers are challenged to pursue their unique interests and goals. Our program is designed for teens, Grades 7-12, who are eager to refine their artistic skills, experiment with new mediums, discuss new ideas, and develop a well-rounded portfolio.

All materials provided. Light refreshments included.

Project: Learn the art of hand lettering with Floriana Ehninger-Cuervo at the Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning for our last After-School Maker’s session!

This exciting workshop will give you the foundation needed to start creating decorative handwriting. The first half will cover letterforms and some practice, the second on creating a small piece. For this purpose, participants are asked to come prepared with a short phrase or quote, an idea for a card, or a project of their choosing (jar labels, etc). Learn the art of hand lettering, and see where it takes you!

Series: 3:30pm-5:30pm Wednesdays, September 18th – October 23nd, 2019

Grades 7-12. The program is FREE – donations are welcome.

Please note space is limited. Pre-Registration is required. Register for individual sessions below.


September 18th – Valerie Thomas

September 25th – Francisco Corbett

October 2nd – Francisco Corbett

October 9th – Heather Kushum Sheedy

October 16th – Christina Maclachlan

October 23rd – Floriana Ehninger-Cuervo


Activity Room, 1st Floor (bottom level), Room 108

Tett Centre for Creativity & Learning

370 Kingston Street West, Kingston, ON

Public Transit Options:

The Kingston Xpress bus stops right in front of the Tett. There are also a number of bicycle racks on site and a special pedestrian crossing located on King Street. Learn more here:

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