Creative Workshop Series by the Studio of Christine Wisnieski

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AIGA Cleveland is proud to support this inaugural creative workshop by local creative, Christine Wisnieski. Members can receive a 10% discount on registration with the code below (upon membership validation). Please direct all questions to The Studio of Christine Wisnieski.

The Studio of Christine Wisnieski is thrilled to announce a creative workshop series. The intention is to foster and produce a space where individuals can create and make together outside the traditional workday. The studio will be partnering with creatives from around the country. Spend a Saturday learning a new skill, making friends and nibbling in their light filled downtown Cleveland space.

The series is kicks off with a BASICS OF CALLIGRAPHY class on Saturday, May 2nd from 10am—noon. Course includes two hour instruction by artist and calligrapher, Lindsey Buck of The Hive Studio. Twelve students will learn the basics of holding and understanding the anatomy of the pen, dipping ink and scribing the alphabet. Each student will receive The Hive Studio Kit, a beautifully crafted calligraphy starter kit to use in class and take home to practice. Kit includes one nib, wooden nib holder, ink and well, pipette, alphabet sheet, resource sheet and practice paper.

LINDSEY AND THE HIVE STUDIO

Lindsey has a variety of artistic backgrounds, but pencil, illustration, and calligraphy are her most favorite. She is a self-taught calligrapher and loves the art and romance of the handwritten letter. Her work can be found gracing the covers of Anthropologie’s catalogs, UPPERCASE Magazine, blogs across the nation, and teaching workshops at glorious places like Philadelphia’s Terrain.

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shop.christinewisnieski.com

QUESTIONS

workshops@christinewisnieski.com

AIGA CLEVELAND MEMBERS

Enter code AIGA10 at checkout. Upon membership validation, an after-checkout 10% discount will be credited.

By AIGA CLE
Published April 14, 2015
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