Tonight the COFA council will be meeting in room 137 at 6pm. The main topic will be planning for the Fall Festival to be held on Thursday Oct. 27th at 4pm in the Quad. The Fall Festival team will be sharing their vision for this event and soliciting help and coordinating with the publicity team and designers.
FALL FESTIVAL DIRECTORS Eunice Byon and Christine Seo
ASSISTANT DIRECTORS Joslyn Echavarria (12), Jazelle Gallardo (12), Alyssa Gonzalez (11), Yelim Lee (12), Angelica Song (12)
Use this link to open a PDF of all of this year's council members and their positions. If you still want to be a part of this year's council stop by and see me--we have openings and would love to have in the council meetings if you aren't already a part.
The Southern California Calligraphy Society will be putting on 4 workshops during the fall. Here are the dates and session descriptions: Sessions will be held in room 137 and begin at 3:15p These count as COFA events
Session 1 - Introduction to Pointed Brush--October 17th Demonstration of the different types of pointed brushes. Demonstration of how to hold the brush to create thick and thin lines. Demonstration of letters a - l with a pointed brush. (Handouts and Practice)
Session 2 - Minuscule lettering with Pointed Brush--November 14th Minuscule strokes and warm up. Demonstration of letters m - z with a pointed brush. (Handouts and Practice)
Session 3 - Majuscule lettering with Pointed Brush--December 5th Majuscule strokes and warmup. Demonstration of letters A - L with a pointed brush. (Handouts and Practice)
Session 4 - Majuscule lettering with Pointed Brush--January 9th Majuscule strokes and warmup. Demonstration of letters M - Z with a pointed brush. (Handouts and Practice) Calligraphy Sessions Sign up use this link.
I am working with the the Orange County Philharmonic Society to get tickets to one or two of their events, 1 this fall and 1 early next year. Currently they have some tickets for next week's performance by Esa-Pekka Salonen and the Philharmonic Orchestra at the Segerstrom center on Tuesday, Oct. 4th at 8pm. Let me know right away if you are interested--it's free.