Medieval Calligraphy Workshop

In addition to the Love of making unique calligraphy gifts for all occasions, I find Love in spreading knowledge about these beautiful letters. I do so by teaching those interested about medieval calligraphy live, through workshops.

Writing is one of the most ancient skills specific for humans...

Writing was first used for the purpose of trade, a few thousand years ago, but soon people realized the benefits of writing and recording information, for the purpose of transmitting and storing knowledge. Thus began to emerge, as far back as 3500 BC. first letters. Today they are so many of them, but their development is really interesting.
I offer various combinations of calligraphy workshops, depending on the amount of knowledge you are looking for. If you want to try this wonderful, inspiring and relaxing skill Yourself, contact me with confidence!

Historical Scripts

Here are the scripts You can choose from - wether You would like to see them in designs I create for You, or to learn them. If there is any script You would like, and it is not among these, no problem, it will be my pleasure to learn it!

These are the ones I have learned so far.
I will add more here as I discover them.
Join me on my quest to learn them all!

~Roman Capitals ~
1st - 5th century


An introduction to the world of medieval calligraphy

About the workshop:

At the workshop, participants will learn what calligraphy is, about its development through the centuries and its use in modern times. Namely, most people think that calligraphy is an old and forgotten skill, but by adopting new knowledge at the workshop they will realize that we are still surrounded by it everywhere in everyday life.


Students are introduced to the world of calligraphy. After teaching them about the development of writing equipment, and its usage, they start writing exercises on their own. Attendees learn to master the Uncial script, used from the 2nd-9th century, ideal for the beginning of learning of this art. Finally, they write their name on a nice frame as a souvenir.

Ideal for:

Workshops like this can be held for preschoolers in kindergartens, schools, museums, as an independent event or as part of other events.  These short workshops are the perfect addition to an all-day event such as a children's fair, children's birthday, wedding or team building. Or to have fun during a rainy Sunday. They are short enough that they are not hard for any age, and educational enough for the participants to acquire quite a bit of knowledge and new skills. The only prerequisite: at least a basic knowledge of Latin letters.

Duration: 2,5 h


40 € (301, 38 kn, 1€=7.5345kn) per participant, in the 1 on 1 variant. The price includes accessories (calligraphy pen and pen holder, calligraphy ink) and materials (written material in color, calligraphy papers) that remain as a souvenir and for further use.
The price varies depending on the number of participants, and on the arrangement around the material. For example, for 10 participants, I would charge half the price per person. If You are interested, let me know so we can arrange the details.

Course for that who want to master the art of waring!

About the workhop:

At the work, students learn about calligraphy, it's history, and it's in modern times. Students are very busy in the use of calligraphy equipment through excises and mastering northern medieval scripts. They are all about the bass of the Illumination basics. They apply the acquis knowledge through the creation of dissenting calligraphy works, which remain as their souvenirs.


Students are introduced to the world of calligraphy, by learning about history, development and application of calligraphy today. They start with script excises. Already in the first lesson, one will master the uncial alphabet, which is the one of the foundations of our Lowercase letters and the first Latin alphabets, used from 2nd-9th century, and ideal for the beginning of the study of calligraphy. Participants are taught about the process of making a calligraphy work, and within the work day make some time, application whit they have learn. Furthermore, they are introduced to the Gothic script (or some other they like), which was used from the 12th to the 16th century throughout Europe, including Croatia, and is a typical medieval alphabet. We finish the workshops with the final work of a somewhat modern design, in order to encourage participants to actively continue to improve their knowledge -during of 10-hour workshop.


In the course of medieval calligraphy, students are introduced to the bass of warring with calligraphy pens and inks. On the workhouse participants would learn two medieval script, one simpler, and the other better known and typical of the Middle Ages. Participants would be introduced to the bass of making a calligraphic work, which enables them make one final work from each script.

The benefits of  Calligraphy for an individual are numerous, starting with the fact that it is simple and wonderful form of relaxation and guaranteed break from any stressful situation. In the first place, therefore, its therapeutic effect on the health is extreme. It is especially recommended for people with reduced physical mobility.
It helps those who have artistic talent or at  desire to develop one, to awaken it, and to master some new skills. For that who is very happy with the artistic talent, they are the surprise of themselves, and discover a white world of new possibilities, which they did not know how to think. The goal is to actively encourage students to work on self-confidence, going beyond the known. (But of course, in a safe environment, whore numerous rewards await them.).
The skills that participants master remain a lasting value to individual, who has been expanded the list of their abilities by at least one new.

Duration: 4 weeks


270 € (2034.32 kn, 1€=7.5345kn)kn per participant, in the variant 1 on 1. The story of accessories and materials that draw for memory and furher use.
The story of varies that are number of participations and the arranging of the material. If you are interested, let me know so we can arrange the details.

Beautiful and magnificent Roman Capitalis Monumentalis script, on which today’s capital letters of the Latin alphabet are based upon, and which were carved on monuments throughout the Roman Empire.

~Rustic Capitals ~
1st-5th century


Elegant Roman script, suitable for writing on leather and paper and above all, beautiful! Easier to perform than the previous script, and thus more suitable for everyday use.

~ Uncial Script ~
2nd-9th century


Easier to execute than Roman letters, first script used for church books. Very cheerful script, ideal for beginners.

~ Insular majuscule ~ 8th-12th century


A beautiful script that developed from the Uncial, on the islands of today’s Great Britain, on which some of the most famous preserved works such as the Book of Kells were created …

~ Glagolitic script~
9th-16th century


Learn one of the three Croatian scripts – and the most famous of them – the beautiful Glagolitic script of Croatian ancestors – this authentic Croatian alphabet, that was used all until the 19th century, besides the Latin scripts in my homeland.

~ Caroline minuscule ~ 8th-11th century


Very practical and elegant script created for the needs of the vast Empire of Charlemagne, one of the greatest reformers in history. Relatively easy to learn and fairly quick to  execute.

~Lombardic Capitals~ 11th-16th century


These lively and playful letters have been widely used for titles, for many centuries (and NOT the Gothic Capital letters, as most of the graffiti masters don’t know). They come in a variety of  very interesting forms.

~ Early gothic ~
11th - 13th century


The first of the Gothic scripts, beautiful forms derived from the previous, Caroline script. It was not in the use for long in use, only from the 11th – 13th century, pushed out by other gothic scripts.

~ Textura quadrata ~ 12th-16th century


The most famous medieval alphabet. The popularity is probably due to the fact that it was the font of the first printed books …

~ Fraktur script ~ 15th-16th century


A beautiful script popular in Germany in its period. Even today, You can find many inscriptions and signs in German cities, written in this letters …

~ Italic script ~ 15th-16th century


Beautifully elegant script. Favorite also as a computer font. For more skilled calligraphers.

~ Copperplate ~ 17th-20th century


The pinnacle of the art of calligraphy, an elegant letter that remained in use until the 20th century. A demanding script for advanced students.