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Calligraphy - An Introduction to Calligraphy

Kent Adult Education
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6 hours
50 GBP
Ashford
Professional Training

Course description

Calligraphy - An Introduction to Calligraphy: On this course, you will be introduced to calligraphy skills and techniques and the art of beautiful writing. Covering Pen nib, ink and paper to use, basic form of letters and develop an understanding the use of a broad edged pen, ruling up writing lines, design and layout. The course will also introduce the alphabet from a model of a particular script., , There is no qualification for this course., , There is limited parking on site, but there is a public car park nearby and on-street parking. Beginners and those with a little experience of calligraphy.

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No Qualification

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Kent Adult Education

Kent Adult Education

Kent Adult Education provides an extensive programme of courses aiming to meet the varied needs and interests of Kent communities. This summary sets out the ways in which Kent Adult Education will deliver learning opportunities to fulfil the purpose and...


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Kent Adult Education

Unit A-B London Road Trading Estate
ME10 1SX Sittingbourne

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