Welcome to The Calligraphy Podcast, a space for calligraphers to talk about, share and grow in their art–and cultivate community along the way. Join hosts Ajab Rajvir Jandiala and Christen Turney as they delve into all things pen and ink. Each episode will feature a new topic or special guest from the calligraphy community. From gabbing about favorite supplies, recommended resources and tips for beginners, you can be part of the greater conversation about calligraphy.
Commissions from Start to Finish
At one point or another, we all get asked to create a commissioned piece for a client. In this episode, we break down all the steps from inquiry to delivery and share how we handle projects like this.
Plagiarism and Honest Work
*Disclaimer: This episode is not legal advice. We share about copyrights, the public domain and plagiarism in this episode. Consult a legal professional if you have questions about this topic.*
In this episode, we talk about plagiarism, copyrights and the public domain. We hope our heart behind this episode comes through–we want to honor and respect fellow artists and those we learn from.
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Overcoming Self Doubt with Sarah Richardson
In today's episode, we interview Sarah Richardson of Sarah Script. Sarah specializes in Copperplate and Engrosser's Script, in fact, she wrote the book on it! We talk with Sarah about her book and how she overcomes self doubt.
Teaching an Online Calligraphy Workshop
While the coronavirus has us holed up at home, the calligraphy community has adapted and taken to the internet to provide a plethora of online classes. This episode is all about how to plan for and teach a calligraphy workshop online. If you're not a teacher, this episode will put into perspective all the hard work teachers put in to make classes accessible to students across the world.
Studying and Practicing Broad Edge Calligraphy
We use the famous words of Brian Walker, shared by Heather Held, to format today's episode. We talk about resources to study from, tools to practice with, and asked our listeners to reflect on their own experiences and offer up advice to new broad edge calligraphers.
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Intro to Broad Edge Calligraphy
In part one of our broad edge series, we talk about the basics of broad edge calligraphy–tools, how to get an x height, how it relates to and differs from pointed pen, and more.
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Love the podcast
You ladies are doing an awesome job. I especially liked your interview with Sarah Richardson. The topic of cursing was brought up on the episode and a couple of things had to be beeped out. While you have the freedom to use whatever words you choose always remember that cursing is to speech what ink blobs are to calligraphy.
Who would’ve thought?
It was hard for me to imagine that a podcast about such a visual art could be good, but these ladies are killing it! I am a calligrapher with 10+ years of experience and I learn something new with each episode. I’m so glad the Calligraphy Podcast connects me with others who share the love for this art.
What every writer needs!
If you are searching for an inspiring conversation about the art of calligraphy, listen to these artists. The sound quality is excellent and the information rich. The mentoring found here on The Calligraphy Podcast is what every writer needs. Whether your a beginner or a master, you’ll enjoy this place of learning and discussion. Season 2 has been extra special with interviews from extraordinary people like Suzanne Cunningham (episode 3), Jake Weidmann (episode 9), and Heather Held (Episode 12). I can’t wait for more!!