If you find meditating in stillness difficult, consider movement instead. Find focus in the rhythmic, repetitive nature of calligraphy. It
If you find meditating in stillness difficult, consider movement instead. Find focus in the rhythmic, repetitive nature of calligraphy. It is ideal for clearing the mind; and if you keep at it, you get a skill! Bonus!
This guided practice session is meant to provide a) an environment to help you hone your focus, and b) the explanations and feedback to nudge your future self-directed practice in the right direction.
Over the course of three hours, you’ll see your skills improve as your muscles grow accustomed to making the fluid shapes that make up this Copperplate-inspired style. There will be good tunes, breaks with guided shoulder stretches, and refreshing snacks to enjoy. 🙂
You will take home three different brush pens, practice sheets, and the framework to carry on improving and finding your flow on your own.
When: 11am – 2pm, Sunday, March 15th, 2020
Where: Activity Room (Rm. 108, bottom floor of the Tett Centre)
About the instructor:
Floriana Ehninger-Cuervo is a graphic & lettering artist, screen printer and handwriting revivalist. She believes in the union of art and words, the small ways art can enhance everyday life, and finding the humour of the situation.
(Sunday) 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning
370 King St W Unit