Registration Open – Comprehensive Design and Lettering Workshops 2019

Design & Lettering Workshops 2019

Texas Lettering Arts Council | P.O. Box 3126, Coppell, TX 75019

Year-Long Study:
Elements of Design for
Lettering Artists with Cora Pearl
One Saturday per Month in 2019
10:00am – 6:00pm
Sign up before November 1, 2018 and Save $50
Advanced registration is required.
Are you ready for a chance to get some use out of all the lettering styles you’ve learned?
This unique, nine month study, has been designed for scribes with intermediate to advanced lettering experience.
  • All sessions include hands-on instruction and making art in class, often including introduction to a new style of lettering and/or tool;
  • Weekly (usually short and simple) online exercises for each element;
Each Session is focused on the Elements of Design. (See calendar dates).
Students are eligible for a $50 discount on tuition – send in your non-refundable deposit of $100 by November 1, 2018. Payment plans are also available.
Only 6 seats remaining – Advance registration is required for planning this comprehensive opportunity.
Registration closes November 15, 2018.
Late registrations $1400 if space remains after NOV 15, 2018.


Fractur H Capital by Paul AntonioWorkshop:
Mediaeval Capitals
with Paul Antonio
February 20 – 24, 2019
Nazareth Retreat Center
1814 Egyptian Way
Grand Prairie, TX 75050
Cost $550 – Commuter Rate*
Includes Tuition, 4 lunches, 4 dinners and breaks
If you could not join us for Paul Antonio’s year-long course, you can participate in the final session on Mediaeval Capitals.
Only 3 seats remaining. Limited on-site accommodations available on a first-come-first-served basis.
Speedball nib organizer
Organizing Nibs For Traveling
Cora Pearl traveled to Texas last month giving a fabulous, informative workshop on Monoline Italic. See Review here.
I caught a glance at her workstation where her nifty nib organizer shined among the tools on her desk.
It’s a simple way to recycle and store your nibs safely in your travel tote. Just cut a piece of corrugated cardboard to fit in your toolbox. Slip each nib between the corrugation layers and labeling with Pigma Micron 01 pen. See Lisa Tsang’s excellent article about this project on the Society For Calligraphy website.
Ross F. George Mug
Ross F. George provided a lifetime of inspiration in the Speedball Textbook. You can have your own cup of inspiration for only $20 plus $5 shipping to anywhere in the US. Proceeds benefit TXLAC in promoting and preserving the Lettering Arts.
For group orders contact Angie Vangalis,
Co-Editor of the 24th Edition of the Speedball Textbook and designer of the Centennial Edition mug.
Available while supplies last.