Dyson received a BA in English and a Master's of Education from the University of Utah. Before retiring in 2016, she worked for Granite School District for 16 years as a classroom geography teacher and as a Teacher Specialist at the District Office for 11 years. While working at the District Office, she coordinated a Character Education/Service Learning Program for 90 schools and also served as a national trainer for the Community of Caring Program. She began teaching Cultural Geography for Osher in 2017.
Dyson became fascinated with calligraphy over 40 years ago and has studied with international master calligraphers from across the US, Canada, and England. These include studying at St. John's University in Minnesota under Donald Jackson, Scribe to Queen Elizabeth, focusing on ancient alphabets and illuminated letters. She has taught calligraphy classes in the public schools and also though Community Education. Her pieces have received Best of Show and Honorable Mention awards in juried exhibits.
CHRISTINE DYSON is currently teaching:
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