Cherokee Language Calligraphy

Join NSU Cherokee Language Education and Cherokee Cultural Studies students as they share an important expression of their cultural identity...their written language. Using the historic Cherokee syllabary created by Sequoyah in the early 1820s and passed down through generations, students will pen the Cherokee translation of your name upon commemorative acid-free, bonded paper, suitable for framing. Limit three per person.

Danielle Culp
Sophomore, Cherokee Cultural Studies

Sherry Gammon
Senior, Cherokee Cultural Studies
Patrick Rockford
Freshman, Cherokee Language Education