Haverhill Massachusetts Events
The Museum of Printing is pleased to announce that we are proud to host the first letterpress event in the Boston area. Gift certificates will be available for the event, paid for with a $10 voucher from the Massachusetts Department of Public Works. We are pleased to announce that Dori Boone and I have curated an educational video with print enthusiasts from around the world, explaining and demonstrating the basics of letterpress, printing and maintenance. The Director of the Museum of Education and Educational Programs, Dr. Michael O'Connor, is proud of his work and is pleased to announce that he has teamed up with me to curate a new series of educational videos for the Museum's website.
If you want to add your own home picture to the calendar, please contact your local publisher. If you come to the exhibition on the opening day, you will receive a free copy of your unique work. There is something happening near the apartment that people in your neighborhood need to know, and if you don't know, why not present it today? Bring a photo of yourself, your family, friends, or something you love about your hometown and bring it with you!
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Built in the 1870s, Winnekenni Castle offers one of the best views of Haverhill's historic buildings and the city's history. Not to be missed is the River Ruckus Festival, which features live music, food, crafts and more from local artists. This one-day event includes a cake-eating competition, a beer garden, music and food trucks, beer and wine tastings, live entertainment and much more.
The Boston Merrymount Press is one of the oldest presses in the United States and the world, and there is no better source of information on the history of printing in Haverhill, Massachusetts than the archive of Lund - Humphries Press. The precious archives have been in the Havershill Mass Print Museum for over two decades. Lund and Humphryes had been printing the publication since 1897, but they were not responsible for its contents until they sold Penrose in 1974 to New England Press Limited, a subsidiary of New York Press.
Born in New York City, he attended Bronx Science High School, earned his BA from Columbia University, graduated from Yonkers High School, and enrolled at MIT in 1938, majoring in applied mathematics. He was a talented psychotherapist who worked at McLean Hospital, taught at Harvard Medical School, mentored many students, and had a private practice in Cambridge, MA.
Schappler was a calligrapher and learned his craft at the New York State College of Art and Design in the late 1930s and early 1940s. In addition to his art education, he has travelled to many of the world's major cities, such as Paris, Rome and London.
If you love skiing and snowboarding, you do not need an hour's drive to get to the nearest ski resort. This is easy compared to Boston, where you have to reserve your seat hours in advance. There is no bad view and it is remarkable to have time for yourself or a group that has one to go to a park and play in nature.
Nature is an important part of our lives and there are wonderful and fun courses all over the country and even in our own city. A new exhibition, "A Colorful World of Chromolithography," opens on Saturday, November 21, and presents the work of John Schappler, one of the world's most important graphic designers. It shows the works of many important artists and designers who contributed to the magazine, including works that marked the beginning of graphic design in Art Nouveau. He also held positions in typeface design at IBM Compgraphic and Sun Itek and worked as typeface designer for R. Hunter Middleton at Ludlow Typograph.