The Adult Chinese Calligraphy class at the Pro Arts Gallery isn’t like any other calligraphy class. It provides students with the essential skills of the art form. It’s not merely a project-based class; it offers a better understanding of the development of Chinese Calligraphy. The students will have the opportunity to learn about Ancient Chinese poetry while experiencing five main scripts in Chinese calligraphy. The goal is to learn, to explore and to become part of the culture.
Students will have access to the tools (brushes, ink, palette, paper, etc.) . The instructor will provide a mini-lecture at the beginning of each class followed by demonstrations and one-on-one coaching. The students are welcome to buy materials to practice at home. The instructor will provide further information in the first class.
Calligraphy is a form of meditation. Please bring a jacket in case it gets cold.
Pro Arts is wheelchair accessible.
Schedule and fee:
Every Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday
10:00 AM– 12:00 PM, 1:00 -3:00 PM, 3:00-5:00 PM
Please email email@example.com to book a time for your class.
Eight people each session. Non- refundable one week before the first class.
Register with a friend to get a 10% off of the class fee. Please find details when signing up.
1st Time Trial rate $30 SIGN UP
Drop-in rate $35 + $10 material SIGN UP
5 class: $150 + $30 material SIGN UP
10 class: $270 +$30 material SIGN UP
Pro Arts memberships 10% off (bring the membership card in the first day of the class)
Mini-lecture: The Chinese Calligraphy Tools
Workshop: Experience the Seal Script I
Workshop: Experience the Seal Script II
Example of the seal script: Rangzhi Wu, circa 489-520AD
Workshop: Experience the Clerical Script I
Workshop: Experience the Clerical Script II
Example of the clerical script: Cao Quan Monument, circa 185AD
Workshop: Experience the Cursive Script I
Workshop: Experience the Cursive Script II
Example of the cursive script: Sun Guoting, circa 687AD
Workshop: Experience the Regular Script I
Workshop: Experience the Regular Script II
Example of the regular script: Yan Zhenqing, circa 779AD
Workshop: Experience the Semi-cursive Script I
Workshop: Experience the Semi-cursive Script II
Example of the regular script: Wang Xizhi, 353AD