The first International Exhibition of Calligraphy was held in St. Petersburg.
To be able to answer the Petersburgers’ teasers the organizers of the Moscow exhibition invited Larisa Drygval, DSc (psychology), a professional graphologist, the only Moscow specialist of the Inessa Goldberg School of Graphic Analysis to participate in the Mystery of the World Calligraphy Project.
A talk on Graphological aspect of calligraphy, on the common and different in graphology and calligraphy; an interesting lecture on psychological meaning of various forms of handwriting, a master class which will visually prove the abilities of graphology. All this testifies to the popular saying that the good comes to the one who can wait.
However, the organizers have prepared a pleasant surprise for those who cannot wait until December. Anyone willing can handwrite a letter and signature with a ball pen on a blank sheet of paper, scan it and e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to get an answer with an expert analysis of your handwriting.
We are glad to please those who crave fame: later on most of letters and their analysis will be demonstrated at the exhibition.