Upcoming Museum Events:
The ultimate in handwriting awards
Freedom from Bad Handwriting Competitions:
“Bad Handwriting is a sign of imperfect education”, said Mahatma Gandhi.
“The first impression should make the best impression, and the last impression should leave a lasting impression, in this world of competition ”
“You can Impress Anyone, Anywhere, Anytime and at Any age with good handwriting.”
To keep this art form of good handwriting alive in the digital age and encourage the young generation to write beautifully.
♣ Exhibition on Calligraphy and Handwriting Instruments:
Calligraphy artworks will be on display for a specified duration. The dates, timings and the details of the artwork displayed as well as the venue will be announced from time to time.
♣ Quill Writing Demonstration:
Quill writing demonstrations and photo opportunities with the Maestro as he calligraphs your name with the quill on nameplates, and book-markers etc., The Maestro’s services will be available only on specified times and days subject to his availability and prior appointment.
♣ Visiting Hours:
You are welcome to experience the uniqueness of this small but the world’s one of its kind museum. Currently, the museum can be viewed on all days of the week with prior appointment.
From 10:00 AM to 05:00 PM.
Later we intend to have two showings of the museum, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM, where in the first hour, you will see the show windows with information, and in the second hour you will view short films on the history of Handwriting, Lettering, Calligraphy, Methodologies, Problems and the relevance in the digital age followed by a Q & A session.
During the last hour, you will have a hands-on experience of writing with crayons, different grades of pencils, dip & write nibs, different types of nibs, fountain pens, ball pens, rollerball pens gel pens, and felt pens.
♣ On the 4th of February, 2016 the Italian section of the museum was inaugurated by
The Italian Ambassador His Excellency Lorenzo Angeloni &
Shri D.H. Shankaramurthy, Chairman-Karnataka Legislative Council of Karnataka.
♣ The British Section the Museum was inaugurated by
British MP Shri.Virendra Sharma from Ealing Southall, London.
The museum has had some high profile visitors like
♣ Mr. Simon Brier, the chief of United Kingdom Trade & Investment in Bengaluru.
♣ Mr. Marc Drew – Sr. Vice President of Rolls Royce.
♣ Mr. Dominic McAllister, British Deputy High Commissioner.