Society of Scribes & Illuminators

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Illuminated page from the Book of Durrow

The Society of Scribes & Illuminators is an organisation dedicated to the promotion and development of the arts of calligraphy and illumination.

The SSI was founded in the United Kingdom in 1921 by former students of leading calligrapher Edward Johnston and has an international reputation in its field. The SSI organises exhibitions and lectures on subjects related to its fields of interest. Membership is opened to professionals in the field as well as interested amateurs. Members who have reached a particularly high standard of work may be elected as Fellows of the Society, an are entitled (provided their subscription has not lapsed) to use the post-nominal FSSI.[1]

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  1. ^ "Fellowship - The Society of Scribes and Illuminators". SS&I. Retrieved 17 May 2019.

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