Meet the New Intern

Hamilton Wood Type & Printing Museum is one of the finest gems in our community. Originally from the Manitowoc area, I always knew about the awesome things that Hamilton does. Little did I know that when I went to college, many other artists would know about them too! I am very privileged to be finishing up my last semester of... Read More »

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In the Woodshop: Learning as we go along

Mardell Doubek, David Carpenter, and I have now been working together since July to learn how to cut wood type on the pantograph. We started out with long grain scrap wood and have now “graduated” to end grain maple. The difference between the two woods is like night and day not only in appearance but in terms of cutting ease.... Read More »

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Hamilton Holiday Gift Guide

The best gifts for the graphic designers, printers, or history lovers in your life. Get your holiday treats here at Hamilton, just in time for Christmas! Read More »

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Meet a Volunteer: Bob Mueller

Bob Mueller is one of the museum’s longest serving volunteers. He has been here since 1995 before the museum was even open! He began volunteering upon retirement from Hamilton’s and helped move, unpack and setup the museum at its original site in the factory complex on Jefferson Street. If you’re wondering about those early days and what it was like... Read More »

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Meet a Volunteer: Darlene Guehlstorf

The museum is known and loved worldwide for its fabulous collections, hands-on studios and workshops, exceptional events, and stunning printmaking. But the day to day running of the museum - the giving of tours, manning of the front desk, housekeeping, and other mundane but necessary tasks– could not happen without a group of dedicated volunteers. This post is the first... Read More »

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