Learn to Write Calligraphy with Océane (online)

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Put down your phone, step away from the text messages and embrace handwriting again. Not just any old handwriting, but Calligraphy! Turn your messages and love letters into real works of art.

Your teacher Oceane knows a thing or two about calligraphy. As a French native, cursive handwriting is still an important part of French schooling, and the French language is handwritten in a very specific style of cursive called ‘Rond’ or round.

This class invites you to slow down and appreciate the joy and elegance of handwritten Calligraphy, a create a card or letter for a friend.

Come along to learn and practice how to create beautiful lettering and script to decorate cards, letters and craft. Or simply learn to write a friend’s name.

All materials provided. No need to have your pen license!

What will we cover?

During this hands-on class you will:

  • Learn the origin of cursive writing and its use
  • Practice and develop your own cursive writing style
  • Write your own celebration card or short letter to offer to you loved ones.

What will I need?

  • Pen – either a fountain pen or a brush tip pen, that can create thick and thin lines
  • Lined paper – you can download lined paper and exercises from the Virtual Event Hub (where the zoom link is)
  • Unlined paper to go off-road! 


  • Closed Captions
  • Discount Early Bird Tix
  • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
  • Auslan Interpreters Upon Request

Who will be teaching?

Océane (She/Her) is a French artist entrepreneur who founded Enjoy French (with Oceane), a special language school where people can express their creativity while learning French and experiencing French culture.

Océane is currently developing fun & convivial workshops using interactive and creative activities (such as cooking and calligraphy) to introduce the French language and culture to non-native speakers.

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