Inside Mackenzie Printery Museum's Letterpress Seminar
In late September the Mackenzie Printery and Newspaper Museum, located in historic Queenston, Ontario held a seminar on letterpress printing.
The one-day event allowed registrants to get acquainted with the letterpress process using hand-set type or cuts. Students were then shown how to print using a proof press and a table-top platen press. The day included a tour of the museum and the printing machinery on display.
The event will be repeated in October and interested parties should contact the museum directly through its website or call 905-262-5676. The cost is $96.00 including a light lunch, $76.00 for members or $60.00 for students.
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