With all of the choices in online course selection, our goal is to offer a type of study that fits your preferred style of learning. 

Individuals: Learn at your own pace

High quality, in-depth, professionally edited
pre-recorded courses

Access amazing, in-depth courses, including hours of high quality video with introductions detailing calligraphic origins, multiple camera angles, step-by-step instructions, and options for you to choose the best format for your learning style including sections on basic strokes and letter groups.

For Guilds and Study Groups

Hybrid Courses:
Live Classes combined with
pre-recorded videos

Hybrid Classes offer Live Sessions for a group experience with synergy and semi-formal deadlines combined with learn-at-your-own-pace, high quality, prerecorded videos. These can be geared towards small groups of 10 or 15 such as study groups, or larger guild events with up to 100 participants.

Monthly Continuous Learning

Monthly Live Sessions
for topical subjects, community, demos, and feedback

Join our community and connect with students from around the world who are just like you. Ten Monthly Live Sessions per year offer opportunities to learn and share. A private Facebook group also help keep in touch and get feedack. Add this to your course enrollment or join separately.

Ann Cobb

“All I can say is Wow! These workshops are utterly amazing! I am blown away by the detail, the illustrations, the instruction, the excellent quality of the sessions – everything about the class. The small bites make the courses easier for those who do not have 2 or 3 hours of dedicated time, and the way they are organized helps everyone to grasp the content more completely.

Join Our Growing Community!

Study at your own pace while you connect with friends, share artwork, and be inspired through social media and Randall's monthly live sessions. Collaborate with friends by setting up your own small group for a hybrid workshop.

Randall M. Hasson is an artist, calligrapher, instructor and speaker who has appeared on the faculty of over 25 Arts, Lettering Arts, and Educational Conferences in the United States, Canada and England. He is the author of articles on a variety of Art or Lettering Art related subjects and has appeared as a mainstage presenter and/or teacher with lecture topics covering Public Art, Art History, the Painting Process, Collaborative Art Projects, and the History of Writing including the recent invention of the ADLaM Alphabet in West Africa.

In 2015, he co-edited of the 24th (Centennial) Edition of The Speedball Textbook. In addition to a series of online workshops called Writing with a Bent Nib, Randall is currently writing and designing his forthcoming book Teaching America How to Letter – The Speedball Story, a history of commercial lettering and American show card writing in the 1900’s.