Lloyd Reynolds taught calligraphy classes at Reed College starting in 1949. The calligraphy program was removed from Reed's curriculum in the 1980s and reestablished in 2012 as the Reed Scriptorium.
Scriptorium has two weekly classes focusing on Italic Calligraphy and related calligraphic styles. The Reed Scriptorium is free and open to all Reed College students, staff, faculty, and alumni. No experience necessary and all materials are provided.
While School is in session:
Thursday 6:00-8:00 pm in TRILLIUM multi-purpose room
Friday 2:00-4:00 pm in TRILLIUM multi-purpose room
Scriptorium is organized by Gregory MacNaughton '89, Education Outreach and Calligraphy Initiative Coordinator of the Cooley Gallery.
Some of his belongings have been digitized and can be browsed online in the Reed College Archives available through the Reed Digital Collections.
The Reed College Library has many books on Lloyd Reynolds and Calligraphy.
Additional resources might be found using the following search terms:
Reynolds Television Program
"In 1968, Reynolds was selected for the Men who Teach series to make 20 half-hour television programs on Italic letter form and handwriting for the Oregon Education Television Service [later, Oregon Public Broadcasting]. He redid the series in color eight years later."
Above is the first episode of the program, but other videos from the series are also available online.
Lynda.com offers training on a variety of subjects, from beginner to expert courses. It has many videos available on calligraphy and letter forms.
Similarly, if you have a Multnomah County library card, you can log in with your credentials.
This guide was initially created by library graduate students at Emporia State University: Amy Stewart, Bentley Clark, and Joella Finch. Special thanks to Gregory MacNaughton and the Reed College Special Collections staff.