$75 + GST per person, all materials included.


Sat 19 Mar
9:00 am - 11:00 am
Sat 19 Mar
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Sat 19 Mar
3:00 pm - 5:00 pm


14 Stanley Street, Richmond VIC, Australia


Accessible bathroom All Gender bathroom Wheelchair Access

About Kerry Lucas

Kerry turned her passion for paper and stationery into a small business, le petit moineau in 2012

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Connection Through Calligraphy Past Event

Presented by Kerry Lucas

Written words strengthen our connection to each other and to our place in humanity.

Bring your imaginative spirit and create your own weathergram in the quiet calming energy of SoulPod, Richmond.

A weathergram is an idea based on an original Japanese tradition that was interpreted by Lloyd Reynolds, the founder of The Portland Society for Calligraphy, of attaching a strip of paper that was written with a prayer and then hung from branches of trees. They were then left in the elements to watch them ‘weather’. Weathergrams were traditionally written around the time of the solstice or equinox of seasons.

In this two-hour workshop you will be guided through the basic principles of calligraphy and use these simple techniques to write a weathergram. Written on a strip of brown paper with traditional sumi ink, your writing can be poems, quotes or words of gratitude. A simple word or phrase.

Take your weathergram home to place in nature, just in time for the autumn equinox.

All materials are included and are yours to take home, including a personal calligraphy kit and handmade porcelain pen rest.

Maximum 14 people per workshop.

Kerry Lucas Facilitator

Kerry turned her passion for paper and stationery into a small business, le petit moineau in 2012.  She was introduced to Calligraphy serendipitously in 2013 and fell in love with its unique healing qualities. Kerry believes that Calligraphy strengthens our creativity through the ability to express our thoughtful interpretation of handwriting.


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