The Museum of Printing, located in North Andover when founded in 1978, moved into new and expanded space in Haverill in September, 2016. Located just 35 miles from Boston, the new museum holds one of the world's largest collections of printing and typesetting hardware and ephemera. Tasked with saving and preserving printing equipment and library materials associated with the graphic arts, the museum has galleries, a store, two libraries, and meeting and workshop areas. For a map and very easy-to-follow directions, see the museum's website
Our visit includes a buffet lunch at no charge to Ticknor members. Because we will need to let our hosts know how many people plan to stay for lunch, we ask that you rsvp to Janet Steins at firstname.lastname@example.org by April 22nd.
The museum stays open until 4:00 PM on Saturdays.
Paul Messier, the keynote speaker at this year's annual meeting, is the Pritzker Director of the Lens Media Lab (LML) at Yale's Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage. Founded in 2015, the LML develops data-driven approaches for preserving and interpreting art and cultural material. Messier's research goals are focused on the creation, dissemination, and interpretation of large datasets derived from museum collections as well as from reference materials.