CLAS Fellows


 

Craft skills are recognised in the award of CLAS Fellowship, the highest rung on the Ladder of Progress.

CLAS Fellows

Those who feel that their skills are at this high level can apply for their work to be assessed for CLAS Fellowship. If you have already taken the CLAS National Diploma in Calligraphy at Advanced level and your mark was 70%+, then you are about the level required to become a CLAS Fellow. Look at the letter, application form and assessment guidelines below.

If you have not taken the CLAS National Diploma in Calligraphy, or work in different media then we require you to take the pieces which you would like to be assessed to a CLAS Honoured Fellow who assesses the CLAS National Diploma in Calligraphy. This is to avoid disappointment if your work is not of the standard, or if you have not fulfilled the assessment requirements. This must be done at least six months before any possible assessment date.

There is no need for nominating and seconding, and no formal exhibition; pieces to be assessed are simply laid out on tables. Although it is an assessment, we endeavour to make the experience as pleasant as it can be and try to be helpful and constructive in our approach. 

There are special arrangements for overseas applicants (please see pdf below).

More information on how to become a CLAS Fellow

pdf-fileApplying for CLAS Fellowship - what is involved
pdf-fileCLAS Fellowship Assessment
pdf-fileCLAS Fellowship Application Form


Fellows of CLAS

Barbara Alldred 2018
Information & Gallery
Michela Antonello 2015
   Website
Cherrell Avery 1998
   Information & Gallery · Website
Dorothy Avery
Tom Barnard
Gemma Black

   Information & Gallery · Website
Professor Michelle Brown (Honorary)
Denis Brown
   Information & Gallery · Website
Anne Cox 1997
Lida Lopes Cardozo Kindersley MBE
   Website
Ewan Clayton MBE
   Website
Dr Christopher de Hamel (Honorary)
Dr Ian Garrett
Rosella Garavaglia 2015
   Website
Gaynor Goffe
   Information & Gallery · Website
Sylvie Gokulsing 2001
Marlene Gray
2007
   Information & Gallery · Website
Peter Halliday
   Information & Gallery · Website
David Harris
   Website
Ann Hechle
Dee Howley Gibbs
1997
   Information & Gallery
Jan Jeffreys 2001
Terry Johnson 2002
   Information & Gallery
Caroline Keevil 2017
Website
Dr Tom Kemp
Lin Kerr
2002
   Information & Gallery · Website
Celia Kilner
Susie Leiper
2006
   Information & Gallery
Linda Lewis 2015
Celia Lister 2003
   Information & Gallery · Website


Dr Manny Ling
   Information
Vivien Lunniss 2006
David McGrail 1998
   Information & Gallery
Marion McKenzie 2009
   Information & Gallery
Janet Mehigan
   Information & Gallery
Margaret Morgan 2002
   Information & Gallery · Website
Timothy Noad
   Information & Gallery · Website
Mary Noble
   Information & Gallery · Website
Nancy Ouchida-Howells
Info & Gallery
· Website
Dr Stella Panayotova (Honorary)
Tom Perkins
  Information & Gallery · Website
Jan Pickett 2002
   Information & Gallery · Website
Katharina Pieper
   Information & Gallery · Website
Penny Price
Website
Ros Pritchard 1997
   Information & Gallery · Website
Alan Quincey
   Information & Gallery
Michael Rust 1997
   Information & Gallery · Website
Jan Sambell 2017
Helen Scholes 2010
   Information & Gallery · Website
Izumi Shiratani 2002
Cathy Stables 2010
   Information & Gallery · Website
Annet Stirling
   Website
Maureen Sullivan 1998
   Information & Gallery
Brian Walker
Dr Martin Wenham
Clare Whittaker
2006
   Information & Gallery
Rachel Yallop
Website
Loredana Zega 2015





Past Fellows of CLAS

Fred Marns (1933-2013) Mary White (1926-2013)
Anne Irwin (1935-2011) Pat Russell (1919-2011)
Lorna Bambury (1929-2009) Prof Hans-Joachim Burgert (1928-2009)
Margaret Daubney (1945-2006) Freda Titford (1924-2013)
Jean Larcher [France] (1947-2015) Herman Zapf (1918-2015)
Pat Chaloner (2018)  

 

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