April Ink Drops, 2022


MARCH MENTOR MEET-UP – Uncial Letters with Peggy Marce

Monthly Meeting Instructor’s Projects


John Neal Bookseller   Numerous Online Classes

Denis Brown A Variety of Classes

Sandia Workshops  Online Calligraphy Classes

Society for Calligraphy  Several Classes

Lettering Daily Tutorials and Guides

Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society Videos For Beginners

Calligraphy Masters Frak One Free Foundational Tutorial

Ink Me This Numerous Online Classes

Calligraphy Italia Gemma Black & Gabriela Soba (Gabriela is one of our ECS’ newest members!)

Chicago Calligraphy Collective Several Workshops   Online Exhibition

Portland Society For Calligraphy Gallery Display

Calligraphy & Lettering Arts Society Video Guides for Beginners

Kallialitheia Beginner Calligraphy Tips

Calligrafile Calligraphy Guilds & Conferences

Write on the Edge Calligraphy Conference – Cancelled but online classes can be found here: Instructors’ Page

Ewan Clayton Introduction to Uncial

The Gentle Penman Many Classes

Jacqueline Sullivan A Variety of Classes

Cheryl Teft Introduction to Calligraphy & Illumination MIDDAY FREE!

Introduction to Calligraphy & Illumination EVENING FREE!

Suzanne Cannon Beginning Italic Calligraphy EARLY BIRD PRICING TILL MAY 1 (Lifetime Access)

Edmonton Calligraphic Society – Heather Held -Pencil Lines & Glittering Vines This workshop was held

May 7 & 14, 2022 9:30 am to 12 pm (Edmonton time)


Our Portuguese member, Ricardo Quintas shared this fascinating article: The ‘g’ in Google’s Old Logo is Really Weird

Jeanine Alexander shared the Calligraphy and Lettering Arts Society’s Free Alphabet Colouring Book

Jeanine Alexander shared this link to Reggie Ezell’s Homemade Mitchell Nib Reservoir



“I want to give a personal example of how your guild touched people everywhere……even as far as Texas. Forty-two years ago, I went to a calligraphy conference at Ghost Ranch, NM. I didn’t know any of the other participants, so I was assigned a roommate from Midland, Texas. And through those years we kept in touch but seeing each other only occasionally. She was a much more active calligrapher than I am. When ECS began their zoom meetings, I talked her into joining, and we would email each other with comments about the meetings. Unfortunately, last year she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and passed away just before Thanksgiving. ECS made such an impact on her that her daughters mentioned it in her obituary. That is just one example of the outreach, instruction, and comfort that your zoom meetings provide. THANK YOU.


I am amazed at all the active members you have and everyone’s willingness to help the guild and others. A true calligraphic sharing example!”

Janis Blevins,

Oklahoma City



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