Barry Morentz - Write On Calligraphers

Barry Morentz - Write On Calligraphers
Thirty-fourth Annual
April 29-30, 2016
Shoreline Community College
Shoreline, Washington
Barry Morentz
Keynote Speaker
Barry Morentz holds an MA in medieval
history, but he abandoned pursuit of a doctorate for
an even less-likely career in calligraphy. Initially
self-taught, he began formal studies, primarily
with Sheila Waters, in 1977, and eventually with
almost every internationally recognized master.
Semnal were participation in Hermann Zapf’s 1985
master class at Rochester Institute of Technology
and subsequent paleography studies in Rome and
at the Vatican Library. He has taught numerous workshops throughout the U.S., in Canada, Japan, Hong Kong,
and Singapore, and at five international calligraphy conferences.
In his mid-town Manhattan studio, he creates calligraphic works, books, boxes and portfolios. Clients include
The Estée Lauder Companies, Cartier, Columbia University and The Museum of Modern Art, where he has
been The Living Anachronism since1986. His day-to-day work comprises illuminated resolutions and awards,
publication headings, book and portfolio design and a wide range of lettering applications.
A life-long love of Shakespeare informs and inspires his personal work. In 2002, he realized a long-time goal
of studying classical mosaics in Ravenna, Italy, where he learned to execute letters in an ancient format. He
remains inspired by the visual and emotional power of letterforms to communicate on a deeply felt level and
challenge the viewer to discover and interpret the layers of meaning within a text.
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Monogram Design – 1BM1
Barry Morentz
All levels
Students will create letters to be used
individually and in combination to form
a unique pin-wheel effect. A segment
of the design will then be copied in
multiples to form a border to enclose
the letters, thus creating a completely
organic image. A by-product of the
design process is the creation of new
and unexpected letter variations that
will increase your repertoire of forms.
If time permits, different techniques for
decoration will be applied including
gilding, watercolor, colored-pencil mosaics, and pen–made florals. Beginning
students with little design experience
will learn the essential elements of line,
flow, space, rhythm and contrast, while
advanced students will be challenged
by the unlimited range of possibilities.
Please Note: Students will need to
have prepared10 different letters, both
capitals and lower-case, each one on
a separate 3” square piece of tracing
paper. Students may prepare their own
before class or you may purchase a
prepared sheet of letters for $2. If you
create your own letters, they can be
simple or highly flourished, but simpler
is better. The letters should be fairly
weighted, using a Speedball C-2, or
Mitchell 1 or 2. Pointed-pen letters are
fine as well.
Basic supply list and Mitchell #1,
0 or equivalent, a few felt-tip broadedge pens such as Zig(semi-dry are
great for texture), gouache or watercolor; including white and metallic,
3-H pencil, colored pencils, tracing
paper and layout bond paper, a few
small pieces of good-quality paper
including black, Phantom liner if you
have one. ($2)
Sketch’n Wash ’n Color –
1NA1
Nancy Anderson
All levels
Use water-soluble graphite with
colored pencil to render vintage-style
drawings.
9” x 12” heavy sketch paper/book
or 90# watercolor paper, pointed
brushes (#0-5), watercolor pencils
(optional), cup for water. ($5)
*Items are available from John Neal
Booksellers and may be preordered for
pickup at LOJ.
Expressively Laying Down
the Ink - The Power of the
Brush – 1JB1
Jim Ballard
All levels
Come prepared to experience the
joy of applying ink to paper in ways
that might be new to you. I will supply you with a set of brushes – some
quite unique – that you can quickly or
methodically use to create lines, marks
and shapes with sumi-e ink. Find
unexpected ways of creating expressive calligraphy as well as beautiful
paintings.
Drawing pads suitable for painting
with sumi-e-ink. ($3)
Peeling Back the Layers –
1SB1
Suzie Beringer
All levels
Unravel the mysteries of creating
depth in your art with the use of film.
You will be shown how to jazz up
your layouts and create art that your
viewers will want to dive into.
Basic calligraphy supplies, favorite
writing tools, sumi and white inks,
watercolors, brush, black waterproof
fine-line marker, a colored pencil or
two. ($3)
Multi-layered Pop-up
Accordion Book – 1AB1
Anne Bingham
All levels
Learn some bookbinding, pop-up
and mixed-media techniques. You will
leave happily with a complete hardcover book. Bring your own 1”x1.5”
content – images or letters, or we will
use hearts for default.
Cutting mat, craft knife, scissors,
pencil, double-sided tape, anecdotes
and a sense of humor. ($2)
The Foundational Hand –
1JC1
Jocelyn Curry
Beginner to intermediate level: some
broad-edged pen experience
In a world where speed reigns, slow
down with the queen of legibility: the
foundational hand. Lower-case review.
Basic supply list, speedball C-2 nib
and holder. No fee.
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Session I 9 am-11 am
Stamp Carving – 1CDB1
Carol DuBosch
All levels
Discover your passion for creating your own stamps! Hand-carved
stamps are fun to use for greeting
cards, envelopes or combined with
your calligraphy. Even a beginner
can achieve success and carve very
detailed images. No experience is
needed, just enthusiasm.
1 Moo Carve Block (4”x 6” X
.75”)* X-acto knife with a new #11
blade, Speedball linoleum cutter (John Neal Bookseller $1.79)*,
normal pen holder to use with this
blade, scrap paper to test stamps,
pencil, stamp pad. ($1)
Inktense Play – 1CD1
Caitlin Dundon
All levels
Learn lovely color techniques for
your next (or first) calligraphy project
using Derwent Inktense color blocks
and pencils. Inktense goes on dry like
pastels and becomes soluble with
water, but are permanent when dry.
Play with layers of shaded washes,
spritzed, stenciled and even stamped
color. Then add calligraphy with your
favorite tools.
4 sheets 9” x 12” hot press watercolor or printmaking paper, mop
or wash brushes, paper towels,
water cup, pattern stencil or stamp,
calligraphy ink/pens/markers.
Optional: Inktense pencils. (Instructor will supply each student with three
Inktense blocks.) ($5)
Artful Letters – 1BH1
Brigitte Hefferan
All levels
Be inspired by traditional versals
and create modern, playful capitals.
We will decorate our majuscules
using color and gold leaf to make a
greeting card, a place card and more.
#2 graphite pencil, 4-6 colored pencils, ruler, 6-well palette, #0, 1 round
brushes and ¼” flat brush, water
container, .01 black Pigma marker,
assorted nibs and pen holders. ($4)
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Artwork by Barry Morentz
Those Cute Medieval
McMurthly Bunnies –
1PPW1
Carrioka & Other Dances –
1CI1
Carrie Imai
All levels
Enjoy this sweet, funky alphabet as
an easy entry into pen manipulation,
better known as ‘Pen Dancin’. You’re
going to love this easy-to-learn hand
and the manipulation skills you’ll gain
from learning it.
1 large edged pen: Luthis FLAT
pens (#4, #5, #5a)* or automatic pen
(#4 or #5) or Pilot Parallel pen (blue
or green lid), or Coit, Horizon or similar pens in 3/8”– 1/2”, Pelikan 4001
ink (any color) or walnut ink (no substitutes, please), Layout bond pad (any
brand, any size), X-acto knife. ($1)
The Nitty-Gritty of
Gouache – 1KJ1
Karyn Jeffrey
All levels
Gouache is an opaque water color
that behaves differently from its
artistic cousin, transparent watercolor.
Learn the basics of applying gouache
as a perfect tool to create borders and
illuminated letters that complement
your calligraphy, or develop a custom
color “ink” for edged or pointed pens.
You will create an illuminated letter
as you also learn the techniques of
shading and blending.
All materials supplied. ($6)
Pointed-Brush Letters –
1KM1
Katherine Malmsten
Intermediate level
A basic alphabet of upper- and
lower-case forms introduces you to
this fun tool. We will discuss different
brushes, surfaces and fluids to use for
writing your own continuing calligraphic work.
Pentel colorbrush (any color), assorted smooth and rough papers. No
fee.
Quilted Collage Canvas
Journals – 1MM1
Maude May
All levels
Create a simple, durable journal with
a canvas cover by using collage, machine sewing and a simple dowel-andelastic binding. Instructor provides
canvas, additional decorative papers,
collage materials, dowels, elastic,
book pages, thread and use of Bernina
215 sewing machine.
Scissors, glue stick, calligraphy
scraps, favorite collage images and
elements, decorative papers. ($6)
Art Nouveau Lettering –
1CP1
Cora Pearl
All levels
Be inspired by the Art Nouveau
style of lettering created by Rennie
Mackintosh. Playful and easy to learn,
this style, known as “Bungalow,” will
also give you the opportunity to learn
a new style of writing using Speedball
B nibs.
Canson Pro Layout Marker paper,
Higgins Eternal black ink, nib holder,
Speedball B-5 Nib. ($3)
Adding Color with Soft
Pastels – 1SP1
Sally Penley
All levels
Learn to add beautiful, subtle color
to your black-and-white calligraphy
(or drawings) with pastel dust. You’ll
create the dust using soft pastels.
Learn various applications, techniques
and how to cut and use stencils for patterning. There are limitless possibilities with this fun technique; blending,
swiping, shading, intensifying color
and more.
Fine-line Sharpie, X-acto knife and
small cutting board. Optional: soft
pastels, pieces of B&W calligraphy
or drawings to which you want to add
color. ($5)
Pamela Pincha-Wagener
All levels
Come learn about some really cute
bunnies from the medieval McMurthly Book of Hours. We will look
at many examples of these wonderful
marginalia and some examples from
other medieval manuscript examples.
Also, we will learn how to draw these
little critters so you can use them in
your creations. Come have some fun.
Pencil, ruler, .01 mm Micron pen
(black), hot press watercolor paper or
Bristol paper, one sheet tracing paper,
scissors. ($5)
Pointed Pen and Brush
Dance Together – 1LS1
Linda Schneider
All levels
Learn new ideas combining the
pointed pen with the brush marker,
making beautiful formal script with
colorful flourishes and designs. Be
prepared to have fun while working
inside and outside the box.
Prismacolor Premier fine brush
markers (one or more of any color)*
or Pentel brush marker pen (one or
more any color), one warm grey small
brush (Pitt I 207), any other finebrush marker that you already own,
pencil, layout paper, ruler. Optional:
favorite pointed pen, nib, ink, embellishments glitter, gel pens. ($3)
Negative is the New Positive
– 1CS1
Christy Schroeder
All levels
Explore the possibilities of turning
empty negative space into eyecatching pockets of color and design. From monoline to broad-edge
and brush lettering, see what a bit of
“color in the counters” can do to create
everything from playful whimsy to
formal attention.
Two Zig 5mm calligraphy markers; one light color and one darker*,
graph or bond paper, pencil, eraser,
ruler, fine monoline pen such as Pigma
Micron .05, or Faber-Castell Pitt X
5. $2)
*Items are available from John Neal
Booksellers and may be preordered
for pickup at LOJ.
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Session II 12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Monogram Design – 2BM2
Barry Morentz
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Sketch’n Wash ’n Color –
2NA2
Nancy Anderson
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Peeling Back the Layers –
2SB2
Suzie Beringer
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Multi-layered Pop-up
Accordion Book – 2AB2
Anne Bingham
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Window: The Art of
Fenestration – 2JC2
Jocelyn Curry
All levels
Glimpses of what is to come on the
next page of a small book or inside of a
card are revealed through cut windows.
Learn to design with fenestrations.
X-acto knife with new #11 blade,
small cutting mat, 12” metal ruler, .5
mechanical pencil, favorite monoline
pens, glue stick. ($2)
Stamp Carving – 2CDB2
Carol DuBosch
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Inktense Play – 2CD2
Caitlin Dundon
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Big Writing/Writing Big –
2GE2
Gretchen Ehrsam
All levels
Explore writing large to create exciting decorative paper which can be cut
up to use as a background for smallerscale calligraphy. The teacher will
demonstrate the use of watercolor or
colored pencils for added interest.
Water jar, paint brush, watercolors
or colored pencils, two colors of ink
(black and another color), variety of
smaller pens of your choice. ($5)
Artful Letters – 2BH2
Brigitte Hefferan
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
The Elegant Touch: Gold –
2DH2
Dewey Henderson
All levels
Discover a simple way to enhance
your calligraphic art with highlights
of shimmering gold. To achieve that
special effect we will use a base, apply
both artificial metallic gold and real 23
kt gold to bring that unique touch to
your calligraphic art. You will make a
booklet of samples for future reference.
Pencil, eraser, EF66 nib and holder,
small pair of scissors, wipe cloth. ($5)
Italic Fix-It Shop – 2CI2
Carrie Imai
All levels - some experience with
Italic required.
Does your Italic need a face lift? Are
you not happy with it but not sure how
to fix it? You need an Italic Fix-It Shop.
We will study the components of the
alphabet that make it look the way it
does. Then we will use this information
to determine how your personal Italic
can be improved. Fun and revealing
exercises using my “Italic Tools” will
show you how to fix what you don’t
like. We will overhaul your tools and
make you their “boss”. Individual
attention will assure success.
Speedball C-2 pen or Brause 2 pen
or Pilot Parallel Pen (orange lid).
Walnut ink or Pelikan 4001(please only
these inks), a few sheets of layout bond
paper, fine-line colored marking pen
in contrasting color to your ink, a few
sheets of tracing paper, a straight edge.
($1)
Flat-Brush Letters – 2KM2
Katherine Malmsten
Intermediate level
Adapt your broad-edged pen skills
to this wonderful tool. Brushes are
versatile for writing on a variety of
surfaces. We will explore control,
movement and pressure.
½” nylon flat brush (Winsor Newton
995 recommended)*, writing fluid of
your choice (ink, gouache, or watercolor), assorted smooth and rough
papers. No fee.
Quilted Collage Canvas Journals – 2MM2
Maude May
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
The pre-registration for the allevent package is available only
by mail. Lunch is included only
through pre-registration. Deadline
for pre-registration: April 11th.
There are no refunds after that date,
but the registration is transferable.
The minimum age is 16. (16-18
year-olds need to be accompanied
by an adult.) All refunds are subject
to a $5 service fee. Returned checks
are subject to a $20 service fee.
Class assignments will be
made according to postmark date
beginning March 7th (not the date
received).
Information and questions only
(no registration): LOJ Chair Katy
Callaghan Huston [email protected]
com or Sue Gruhn [email protected]
Art Nouveau Lettering –
2CP2
Cora Pearl
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Adding Color with Soft
Pastels – 2SP2
Sally Penley
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Puzzle Book Variations –
2NR2
Nan Robkin
All levels
Building on the traditional folded
puzzle book format, we will make
three variations suitable for calligraphy,
journaling or gift-giving.
One 12”x 18” sheet 90-pound watercolor paper decorated by you on one
side, one “parent sheet” of decorative
paper (at least 25”x 30”), craft knife
and mat, scissors, glue stick, bone
folder, stylus for scoring, 18” or longer
metal-edged ruler. ($3)
Negative is the New Positive
– 2CS2
Christy Schroeder
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
*Items are available from John
Neal Booksellers and may be preordered for pickup at LOJ.
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Session III 3 pm-5 pm
Monogram Design – 3BM3
Barry Morentz
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Nancy Anderson
All levels
Write names, monograms or inspirational words on small rocks. Try
various mediums. Add patterns for a
unique creation.
Pointed brush (size 0), 6-well
palette, pointed pen (best: 555
Esterbrook)*, Micron pens - .01 mm
black and color and cup for water.
($5)
Beautiful Botanicals – 3KB3
Kathy Barker
All levels
Be inspired as you learn about the
role that botanicals played in historical calligraphic art and see how they
can enhance your own work. Beginning with a quick lesson in drawing
flowers, we will move on to explore
the many ways that they can be woven
into contemporary calligraphic art.
We will introduce a monoline alphabet that will blend with the beauty of
botanicals. We will complete the class
by creating a small portfolio to display
our botanical creations.
.5 Mechanical pencil. All other supplies will be provided. ($5)
Multi-layered Pop-up
Accordion Book – 3AB3
Anne Bingham
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Window: The Art of
Fenestration – 3JC3
Jocelyn Curry
All levels
See Session 2 for details.
Stamp Carving – 3CDB3
Carol DuBosch
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Inktense Play – 3CD3
Caitlin Dundon
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
LODGING INFORMATION
Artwork by Barry Morentz
Got Rocks? – 3NA3
Big Writing/Writing Big –
3GE3
Quilted Collage Canvas
Journals – 3MM3
The Elegant Touch - Gold –
3DH3
Art Nouveau Lettering –
3CP3
Italic Fix-It Shop – 3CI3
Adding Color with Soft
Pastels – 3SP3
Gretchen Ehrsam
All levels
See Session 2 for details.
Dewey Henderson
All levels
See Session 2 for details.
Carrie Imai
All levels - some experience with
italic required.
See Session 2 for details.
Flat-Brush Letters – 3KM3
Katherine Malmsten
Intermediate level
See Session 2 for details.
Information and questions only
(no registration): LOJ Chair Katy
Huston [email protected] or
Sue Gruhn [email protected]
Basic Supply List
Pencil, eraser, note paper, pen
holder, nibs, ink, white bond paper,
ruler, X-acto knife, scissors.
Fellow classroom students often
share additional materials.
($) Materials fees paid to instructor the day of class. Please have
correct change.
* Items are available from John
Neal Booksellers and may be preordered for pickup at LOJ.
Maude May
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Cora Pearl
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Sally Penley
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
Negative is the New Positive
– 3CS3
Christy Schroeder
All levels
See Session 1 for details.
The Beauty and Elegance
of the Hebrew Alphabet –
3CS3
Cathy Shiovitz
All levels
Enjoy a little bit of history as we
learn to write the basic shapes of
the Hebrew alphabet and study the
names of the letters. A fun project with
Hebrew words will complete our time
together.
Pen nibs (larger sizes suggested:
Speedball C-1 or C-2 or Mitchell 1 or
2) pen holders, layout or grid paper,
ruler, pencil, eraser, inks (a few
colors), watercolors, gouache or
colored pencils. Palette and water
container. ($3)
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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS
Friday, April 29
Pagoda/Student Union Building
(PUB)
5:30 P.M. - 10:00 P.M.
5:30 Registration begins in PUB.
Vendors open. Pre-registered guests
pick up name badge and program.
Lecture and reception only, $5 at the
door. Guests welcome!
7:00 Introductions, award presentation and keynote address by Barry
Morentz. Reception follows.
Saturday, May 2
PUB
8:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M.
8:00 Doors open for preregistered guests. Registration for
Saturday-only guests, hospitality,
vendors, exhibits.
9:00 Session I classes begin.
11:00 Session I classes end.
11:00-12:30 Lunch. Lunch will
be provided to those who pre-register for the all-event package by
April 7th.
12:30 Session II classes begin.
2:30 Session II classes end.
2:30-3:00 Break.
3:00 Session III classes begin.
5:00 Session III classes end.
6:00 Doors close.
Single Events
No pre-registration. Please register and
pay at the door. (PUB)
Friday evening presentation and
reception (April 29) - $5
Saturday classes - space permitting,
(April 30). Lunch not included (available only with pre-registration):
WOC Member - $100
Nonmember - $120
Free admission on Saturday to the
vendor and exhibit area. (PUB)
WOC MEMBERSHIP FORM
GENERAL
INFORMATION
Katy Callaghan Huston
206-619-6039 or
[email protected]
Sue Gruhn
[email protected]
Website
http://writeoncalligraphers.org/
Registration Mailing Address
Letters of Joy
14253 - 92nd Place NE
Kirkland, WA 98034-5149
Shoreline Community College
16101 Greenwood Ave North
Shoreline, WA 98133
SCHOLARSHIPS
Three scholarships will be offered
to high school and college students,
age 16 and over. To apply, fill out the
LOJ Registration Form and the LOJ
Student Scholarship Application. Mail
to the address below.
Eight scholarships will be awarded
to qualifying teachers. To apply, fill
out the LOJ Registration Form and the
LOJ Teacher Scholarship Application.
Mail to the address below.
For questions contact Sue Gruhn,
425-821-3164 or [email protected]
com. Applications must be received
by April 8, 2016. Mail to Sue Gruhn,
attn: LOJ Scholarships, 14253 - 92nd
Place NE Kirkland, WA 98034-5149.
SCHOLARSHIP INFO SHEET
STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP APP.
TEACHER SCHOLARSHIP APP.
CLASSES
Twenty experienced instructors will
be teaching a wide variety of classes.
Most classes are small; register on or
after March 7th.
SCRIBES’ TABLE
If you are interested in selling at the
Scribes’ Table, contact Kay Lewis at
425-883-9864 or [email protected]
net.
RAFFLE
Bill Henderson Scholarship Fund
raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5.
The prizes are:
A five-night stay at The Pines, Sunriver, Oregon; a one-year subscription
to Letter Arts Review and two oneyear memberships to WOC. Purchase
tickets at LOJ, or include a check and
the tickets with your LOJ registration. Raffle tickets will be available at
http://writeoncalligraphers.org/. Simply print them out, and mail or bring
them to LOJ. (Pre-printed forms will
also be available at the WOC table).
RAFFLE FORM
EXHIBITS
Participants are encouraged to share
their artwork. Framed or matted pieces
with acetate protection are welcome
for display and may be for sale.
For more information, contact Susan
Welch, LOJ Exhibit Chair, 206-5239649.
SILENT AUCTION
Bring small donations to the WOC
general meeting in March, or make
arrangements for pickup with Lisa
Tsang at [email protected]
SILENT AUCTION FORM
VENDORS
We are happy to present the
following vendors: Black Thumb
Vintage Inkwells and Nibs, Colophon
Book Arts, Daniel Smith, John Neal
Bookseller, Peninisula Scribes,
Rainwriters, Tacoma Calligraphy Guild,
Timothy Leigh Company, Washiarts
and WOC Scribes’ Table.
John Neal Bookseller will be the
primary vendor at the 2016 Letters
of Joy. JNB will be bringing a large
selection of books and supplies to
Shoreline Community College, PUB.
Pre-ordered materials will be available
for pickup at LOJ. Pre-order deadline
is April 18th. See their website at
www.johnnealbooks.com/ for details.
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Thirty-Fourth Annual
A Festival for Calligraphers and Lettering Artisits
Sponsored by Write On Calligraphers
April 29 & 30, 2016
Shoreline
Community College
Pagoda Union Building (PUB)
Directions to the Shoreline campus
FROM SEATTLE (South)
Take I-5 North to 145th Street (Take Exit 175)
Turn left over the freeway on 145th Street
Continue along 145th Street to Aurora Avenue (Hwy 99)
Turn right onto Aurora Avenue
Continue north on Aurora Avenue to 160th Street
Turn left at 160th Street
Continue on 160th Street through one stop light (Dayton Avenue)
to stop sign at Greenwood Avenue North
Turn right onto Greenwood Avenue North, then at a quick angle
left onto Innis Arden Way
Entrance to campus is about 50 feet on the right
WELCOME TO OUR NEW VENUE!
Shoreline
COMMUNITY COLLEGE
16101 Greenwood Avenue North
Shoreline, WA 98133-5696
Tel: 206-546-4101
http://www.shoreline.edu/map/directions-to-campus.aspx
Shoreline website
The Pagoda/Student Union Building (PUB) is just north
of the parking lot as you enter the campus. All parking for
LOJ is free. Disregard signs that indicate otherwise; free
parking is part of our contract. LOJ signs will point you
in the right direction.
FROM EVERETT (North)
Take I-5 South to 175th Street (Take Exit 176)
Turn right onto 175th Street
Continue on 175th Street to Aurora Avenue (Hwy 99)
Turn left onto Aurora Avenue
At 160th turn right
Continue on 160th Street through one stop light (Dayton Avenue)
to stop sign at Greenwood Avenue North
Turn right onto Greenwood Avenue North, then at a quick angle
left onto Innis Arden Way
Entrance to campus is about 50 feet on the right
FROM BELLEVUE / KIRKLAND (East)
Take either I-90 or Highway 520 across Lake Washington
Go North on I-5 to 145th Street (Take Exit 175)
Turn left over the freeway on 145th Street
Continue along 145th Street to Aurora Avenue (Hwy 99)
Turn right onto Aurora Avenue
Continue north on Aurora Avenue to 160th Street
Turn left at 160th Street
Continue on 160th Street through one stop light (Dayton Avenue)
to stop sign at Greenwood Avenue North
Turn right onto Greenwood Avenue North then at a quick angle
left onto Innis Arden Way
Entrance to campus is about 50 feet on the right
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ALL EVENT PRE- REGISTRATION FORM
Do not mail before March 7th
Artwork by Barry Morentz
April 29 & 30, 2016
Shoreline Community College
Make checks payable to
Write On Calligraphers.
Mail payment, in U.S funds,
with completed form to:
Letters of Joy
14253 92nd Place NE
Kirkland, WA 98034-5149
Class assignments will be made according to postmark date beginning
March 7h (not the date received).
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Mail on or after March 7th.
Registrations postmarked earlier
than March 7th go to the bottom
of the inkwell.
I am willing to volunteer:
q Friday afternoon
q Saturday afternoon
Donations of baked goods, fruit, nuts,
and non-perishable finger foods are
appreciated.
DATE
NO
M
N
For Office Use Only!
q $100 All-event Package - Member, WOC
q $120 All-event Package - Nonmember
q LOJ Instructor not teaching all sessions (must register to attend classes and make lunch selection)
q Please check here and return if you want to remain on the LOJ
mailing list, especially if you are unable to attend this year.
q You may include another $25 (Canadian $30) to pay for your WOC membership for 2016-17.
Name_______________________________________________________
Address_____________________________________________________
City/State/Zip+4______________________________________________
Phone_________________ e-mail_______________________________
SESSION 1
Lunch Includes: A deli tray with
assorted meats, cheeses, rolls and
vegetables.
1st Choice
If you have special requirements,
please check below.
3rd Choice
q Vegetarian
q Gluten-free bread
AMT
SESSION 2
SESSION 3
2nd Choice
4th Choice
We will substitute classes if all your choices are full.
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