The Latest News
09.20.18 Announcing a new page for our website—Members In Action! Here you will find events and other happenings in which our members are involved outside of the CoC along with occasional special events in which the CoC participates. Up next is an exhibit at the MCBA in which Georgia Greeley and TJ Goerlitz are exhibiting! Check it out now!
08.29.18 Don't miss the exhibit featuring the work of long-time member Jean Heidenreich at Hennepin Avenue United Methodist Church! This is a wonderful opportunity to see the beautiful calligraphy and art of one of our most prolific members! While you are there, look for the 4' x 5' Brazilian slate/stone carving commission done by Janey Westin and Charlie Hughes. Janey says it is one of the most difficult layout challenges she has ever worked on. Read more here.
08.06.18 Congratulations to Kris MacDonald for an Honorable Mention win in The Graceful Envelope 2018 contest! That is quite a feat! See her entry and read her entertaining story here.
08.29.18 ICYM (In Case You Missed It) Our calendar of programs and workshops has been up for a few weeks. Check it out here.
08.01.18 The final Practice Project Foundational challenge #7 is ready for you. You know what to do… here
08.01.18 Have you read our programs director Jean Formo’s excellent guide for how to arrange a meaningful one and one-half day study time at HMML or a two and one-half day visit to study the manuscript holdings at HMML? The article tells you exactly how to do it, all the steps involved, and in what order to accomplish everything. Read it here.
07.10.18 We now have a space for members to share information of a more personal nature with their fellow colleagues. Visit the Members Only page now to become aware of things your fellow members “want you to know.” If you have an item you would like posted (or forgot your password), send an email to email@example.com.
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Our mission is to PROMOTE the critical practice of calligraphy as a craft and as an art form, and to ENCOURAGE individual excellence, and to FOSTER a wider appreciation and a deeper understanding of calligraphy, its history and applications through the free interchange of ideas and techniques.
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