Handwriting might be a solitary pursuit, but it's not an anti-social act. It is constantly brushing up against the boundaries between the private and public. And it is our vast intention to make things more blurry. At times, you might find us in a 120-year old gallery, showcasing two stories of exhibits and experiments. But the next day, you might walk by us in Flatiron Plaza during lunch hour while we stand at a mic and read from our journals to strangers who are eating kale salads. And that very night, you might see a group of us at a beer hall, sipping lagers while writing letters. The point is this: while handwriting can look like sitting at a desk with the lamp lit and a journal opened to a fresh page, it can also look like beautiful mess in the center of a bustling city. The power in the pen, after all, is the person. And when people come together, the inspiration is amplified. It's our unified hope that these events will bring you a little bit closer to yourself and others.