Mom and daughter will have their very first meeting on Saturday when they attend the “Calligraphy and Ink Workshop” at the National Mall in Washington, D.C.
The event is sponsored by the National Center for American History and the Smithsonian Institution.
It will begin at 10 a.m. local time at the White House and includes an autograph session with President Obama.
The day begins with an introduction to calligraphies and a calligraphymarking session.
The two-minute-plus presentation is followed by a reading from a letter written by the first lady in 1865.
The White House’s National Portrait Gallery, which has hosted the event, will host the reading at 10:30 a. and the reading will be followed by another reading by the president and his daughter.
The next reading will take place at noon.
There are no photos allowed in the reading.
After the reading, participants are expected to go back to their desks and resume their work.
The day will conclude with a final presentation and photo opportunity at 11:30 p.m., when participants will receive their awards.
This year’s calligraphists will be Anne-Marie Jagger, who won the 2015 National Portraits of Courage Award and the 2016 National Portraiture of Courage award; and Mary Korn, the winner of the 2015 American Women’s Portrait Award.
The National Portfolio Awards for 2017 will be announced in March.