Spencerian Script with Bill Kemp

We are pleased to announce that our first weekend workshop in our new space will be Spencerian Script with Bill Kemp held March 11-12, 2017. Bill is a well-known calligrapher and teacher who has taught at various conferences and locations around the U.S. We were fortunate to work with him during the 2013 IAMPETH convention in Albuquerque when he was President of the association and we served at the vendor.  We are delighted to have him travel to Nashville to teach!

bill-kemp-workshop-imageWhen: Saturday and Sunday,March 11-12, 2017

9:00a.m.-4:00p.m. daily

Where: Paper and Ink Arts

113 Graylynn Drive

Nashville, TN 37214

SPENCERIAN SCRIPT

Immerse yourself in a true American script in this two-day introductory course of Spencerian Script.  Written with a pointed pen and an oblique pen holder, Spencerian is a delicate and graceful lettering form that was created in the early 1800s and taught in public schools until the end of that century.  Bill Kemp, has over 35 years of experience teaching throughout the country and at various conferences: IAMPETH and Letters California Style.  The class is aimed at a beginner, or the experienced, pointed pen user.  Bill does one on one instruction during the two day session and he tailors each person’s instruction to their abilities.  Not only will you learn about Spencerian Script, but discussion of nibs, ink and paper will so be covered during the two day class.

Cost: $225

A $75 deposit is due at registration. (It will be applied to the overall cost of the class.)

Register online or by phone (615)770-9902.

 

2 comments

  1. Chris

    Arghh! I am so very interested in introductory pointed pen classes, but this one conflicts with a previous engagement. Just wanted you to know there is interest. Thanks.

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