The scribal arts of calligraphy and illumination were used in the Middle Ages to create beautiful scrolls, manuscripts, legal documents, and both religious and secular books. Scribes in the Cleftlands practice modern and Medieval techniques to recreate awards or documents, often through the use of period-appropriate materials, inks, and parchment. These miniature masterpieces are freely given to those recognized for service or skills.
Are you interested in calligraphy or illumination? Or would you just like to try your hand at it? Contact our Minister of Arts & Sciences!