Learning Day Workshop on Hand Lettering Evolving Into a Summer Course

A Message from Stacey Johnson, President, East and Winter Park Campuses 

Due to popular demand, Graphic Design Professors Kristy Pennino and Amanda Kern are transforming their Learning Day workshop on hand lettering into an academic credit course this summer.

To be offered Wednesday, June 6 – Wednesday, July 25, 2018, the eight-week course, GRA2930: Zen of Handmade Type/Lettering, will expand upon the Learning Day workshop and explore hand lettering techniques and tools. The course will be held on Wednesdays from 1:30 to 6:15 p.m.

“Our Learning Day session was filled in a very short time with many requests to take our hand lettering course,” Kristy and Amanda explained.

They continued, “This course is a workshop-like approach to teaching hand lettering, and it will give you the opportunity to explore a variety of tools and techniques to include brush lettering, decorative lettering, ornamental lettering and linocut. It’s certain to be a fun and creative summer session.”

Remember, eligible, full-time employees and their dependents can take advantage of Valencia’s SPD (staff and program development) funds to enroll in Valencia courses with waived registration fees up to six credit hours per term. To take advantage of this Total Reward, log in to Atlas, click on the Employees tab, under Employee Support, click on Tools and then select Valencia Forms. For employees, please select form HR #601 and, for dependents, use HR #602 from the drop down menu and follow the forms’ instructions.

If you have questions about using SPD funds, contact Organizational Development and Human Resources at HR4U@valenciacollege.edu or call the HR4U helpline at 407-299-5000, extension HR4U (4748).

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