Calligraphy instruction resources

I’m referring to November as ‘calligraphy month’ this year, thanks to a very strong theme of making pretty letters in various settings.

If you missed it last week, I did a calligraphy demonstration at work, but you still have a chance to catch me doing calligraphy demos (and to try it yourself, if you so desire) at this month’s Curiosity Club.

The next two weeks I also will be heading back to work with Common Good, this time doing a couple calligraphy classes for the incarcerated scholars in the prison classroom. I’ll post interesting take-aways that might help other instructors once I do the sessions, but for now wanted to make a note that I added the handouts I’ll be using to my Dropbox folder of instructional resources. I’ve also organized it by subfolder for different audiences and types of outreach activities.
You’ll notice that the handout has a space for the ductus for three calligraphic hands, but does not  have the ductus (yet!) That’s because I’m redoing those worksheets this weekend, and will be scanning and adding them to the folder next week. But, if you do use the handout (or an iteration of it) you will at least have a sense of where I plan to put them. These are among my first publicly-shared ductus sheets, so if you have feedback I would be interested to hear it!