South London Letter Association regularly hosts events for its members. From social events, exhibitions, and other outings, to workshops and courses our events are a great opportunity to get together and share creative ideas about lettering. Most events are free for members, so join SLLA today.
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Starting from a basic pointed brush alphabet we’ll develop a lively – flowy - personal script to create a design for reproduction or a piece of writing applicable to a variety of surfaces. Workshop Fee £25: SLLA/NLLA members £30: non-members We welcome everyone to join our workshops, but offer priority booking for our members until 8 weeks prior to the event. If you are a non-member, you can register your interest for the workshop and your place will be confirmed…Find out more »
Black & white, Formal and Informal (with a bit of colour if wished, just for good measure!!) For all levels, so come and join the fun! We are going to look at a style of lettering very loosely based on the Legende font. This beautiful edged pen version is a flowing style combining the very low x-height of Legende, the springing arches and graceful letters of Italic, together with a little pen manipulation stirred in for extra good measure. It…Find out more »
As an experienced calligrapher and framer, Joy Daniels will take us through a day of learning to mount your own work. We will use off cuts of mount board she will use them to practise cutting small apertures to make mini pictures using little scraps of calligraphy. A more detailed outline of the day will follow soon. Workshop Fee £25: SLLA/NLLA members £30: non-members We welcome everyone to join our workshops, but offer priority booking for our members until 8…Find out more »
The ruling pen is a very versatile tool not least because it comes in more than one form: the folded, the pointed, and the Cola pen. Even then there are different shapes within these groups which affect the marks made. In this class we will: Look at the various tools and make a Cola pen. The ruling pen, of whichever sort, makes a unique line. Pen manipulation and the position in the hand, forms a large part of this. This…Find out more »