‘Scribes and Calligraphy: a day at Canterbury Cathedral’ Monday 17 February or Friday 30th October 2020
Enjoy a fascinating talk by Dr Alison Ray, Assistant Archivist, on the finely decorated (‘illuminated’) manuscripts in the Cathedral’s collections and on manuscript production by the monks here in the Middle Ages. This will be followed by a special display of items from the collections. After a two-course hot lunch in the Refectory restaurant, there will be a calligraphy workshop with Julia Baxter, professional calligrapher and member of the Cinque Ports Scribes, with all materials supplied.
10.30am – Arrival tea and coffee in the Cathedral Archives
10.45am-11.45 – Illustrated talk by Dr Alison Ray, Assistant Archivist, on the making of medieval manuscripts
11.45am-1pm – Visit to the Cathedral Archives and Library to enjoy a display from the collections
1-2pm – 2-course hot lunch, with tea and coffee at Canterbury Cathedral Lodge
2-5.00pm – Calligraphy workshop with Julia Baxter (with mid-session break for tea and biscuits).
You are invited to attend Evensong from 5.15pm in the Cathedral.
£49.00 per person (10% discount for Friends of Canterbury Cathedral).
Not local? Why not stay overnight for only £99 B&B for single occupancy or £109 for double occupancy on Sunday 16th February or Monday 17th February 2000