Welcome

Calligraphy and the lettering arts enhance life with beauty, artistic satisfaction and useful skill, as well as delightful connections to art, literature, design, and other cultures. For more than 30 years, the Triangle Calligraphers’ Guild (TCG) has promoted the lettering arts here in the Triangle area and eastern North Carolina. Our members are calligraphers of all levels of interest and skill, from beginners and dabblers to part-time artists and full-time pros, and we all learn from each other.

See up-to-the-minute cool links, pics, and updates on our Facebook page:
Facebook for Triangle Calligraphers Guild!

Meeting Location:

For map and directions, view the Location section in the Meetings page.

Resurrection Lutheran Church
100 Lochmere Drive West
Cary, N.C. 27518

Meeting Schedule and Descriptions

To view our current meeting schedule, please click on the Meetings link in the top menu, or click here for the the 2016 Meetings.

Workshops

To find info on Special Workshops, check out the Meetings, Workshops, and Blog sections of the website.

Events

Sunflowers Exhibit to Run Thru September!
See our 2016 TCG Sunflowers Exhibit pics from the Galleries page!

Sunflowers Restaurant does not have an exhibitor for September and have asked if we would leave our work up for another month. You have another month to visit TCG’s yearly Sunflowers exhibit!
Sunflowers is open for lunch Monday – Saturday, 11 am – 3 pm.

  • Protected: 2016 Milici Workshop – Storybook Modern
  • 2016 TCG Sunflowers Exhibit
  • Protected: 2016 April Meeting
  • Protected: R.E. 2014: class 1, day 1
  • Protected: Museum of Art, Medieval Fair, May 5th, 2013
  • Protected: 2013 March Meeting
  • Protected: 2013 January Meeting Gallery
  • Protected: 2012 December Meeting Gallery
  • Decorated Letters

1 comment to Welcome

  • Vicki

    Hi
    I did a bit of calligraphy 100 years ago when I was a college student and would love to do the place cards and invites for my son’s upcoming wedding. Is there a class I could take or a lesson or two to refresh my limited skills?
    Thanks so much,
    Vicki

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