Calligraphy: an education in letter form

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   Theme Title   Calligraphy: an education in letter form    
   Context   Higher Education Further Education   
   Description of Use   The principal activity is to engage with the text and images in the main body of this module. But at the end of each section there are suggestions structured around three other kinds of learning activity:
- making a sketchbook
- group discussion
- topics for further private research
   Difficulty   Medium   
   Intended End User Role   Learner Undergraduate Foundation   
   Interactivity Level   Medium   
   Interactivity Type   Mixed   
   Language   English en-UK   
   Learning Resource Type   Narrative text Image   
   Typical Age Range   16+   
   Typical Learning Time   60+   
   Author   Ewan Clayton   
   Banner   ceramics.jpg   
   Contributor   David Westwood, photographer   
   Description   This learning module is based upon material held at the Crafts Study Centre at The Surrey Institute of Art and Design, Farnham, England. Its aim is to be of use to anyone interested in accessing the Centres archive, which is particularly rich in the work of the first two generations of British calligraphers to emerge from the twentieth century revival of calligraphy using the Roman alphabet.    
   External URL Link   tm/index.php?theme_id=cscu2   
   Theme ID   cscu2   
   Language   English en-UK   
   Period   20th century 1910s 1920s 1930s 1940s 1950s 1960s 1970s 1980s 1990s    
   Publication Date   19/04/2005   
   Publisher   VADS   
   Resource Type   Narrative Text Image   
   Rights   © Text: Ewan Clayton 2004 / Images: Crafts Study Centre 2004   
   Source   Crafts Study Centre   
   Subject Keywords   calligraphy writing lettering Edward Johnston Irene Wellington William Morris W.R. Lethaby foundational hand arts and crafts   



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