Drawing upon the traditional construction guidelines of the classical Uchen script, Tashi Mannox leads an intensive course in how to correctly form the letters of the Tibetan alphabet, vowels signs and subjoined letters.
This is a workshop suitable for beginners who wish to learn a firm foundation in writing Tibetan, as well as for those more advanced who wish to further their skills in Tibetan calligraphy.
Tashi will also give a public talk on the role of Calligraphy and art within Dharma on Friday 14th Feb 2014, as advertised on the venue website.
For further information and bookings for the weekend workshop, please follow the link here:
The weekend workshop will be taught in English with translators in french if needed. If attending the workshop it is advised to bring along your own writing implements and materials, here is a check list for you:
- A3 or A4 size pad of paper, preferably watercolour paper.
- pencils, pencil sharpener and eraser.
- a straight rule.
- different size italic pens*
*Suggested pens can be a range of different size italic felt tip calligraphy pens, or more professional Pilot Parallel Pens in a range of different nib sizes, available on the internet with ink cartridges.
If you find the above website difficult to navigate in French, you can directly email Argiro, the event organiser who can provide payment details to book your place.