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The Thirty-seventh Year

Scriptorium Plus -- Principality of Cynagua

June 2, 2002 (AS XXXVII)

Cordova Community Center,
Cordova, CA

From The Page (May, 2002):

The Few, the Proud, the Ink-Stained of Cynagua are having a Principality Scriptorium and anybody who ever wanted to try their hand at scribing is invited!! It's going to be a wayyyy cool event with some incredible C&I teachers from both the Mists and Cynagua. You can expect lots of hands-on instruction in different calligraphy hands, painting techniques and styles, gold leafing, creating rinceaux (tiny leaves), tons of C & I books, a great slide show, several light tables, a paper making class, quill cutting and curing, some pigment paint grinding and even a "Show and Tell" on paper marbleing! Who's coming? Absolutely EVERYBODY in the "Who's Who" of Westem Scribedome will be there! Some of them will be holding structured lectures, some will be doing informal "Here's what I know" conversations, while other folks will just be hanging out and trading ideas and projects. All of them will be available for "hands on instructions" and some quality time with anyone who wants it. Some, but not all, of the formal lectures include: Intro to Middle Eastem C&I by Khaalid; Intro to Composition and Layout by Aldith; Intro to Color Theory by Tatiana & Aldith. A more complete list will be in the June Page. So if you just want to learn how to calligraph your name or you're a beginner who has never held a calligraphy pen, or an intermediate who is still learning about layout and composition, or an experienced scribe who just wants some quality time and a littie refresher course... THIS IS THE PLACE TO BE! DON'T BE SHY! Come on out and hang out with the FPI & Friends of Cynagua at the Cordova Community Center. Hall opens at Noon. Classes and instructions from 12:30 PM to 5:30 PM. Site fee is $4 to pay for the great hall.

Autocrat: Siranna of Hawthorn Hall; (contact info omitted).


Description of this event (if any), taken from The Page, or from memory of at least one person who attended the event.


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