Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “Ipswich and the Underground Railroad” Gordon Harris, town historian, will share his research on this legend. The names of the Underground Railroad agents in Ipswich are not […]

$5

Brown Bag Lunch

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Brown Bag Lunch “Tracing King George V: The Evolution of a Commemorative Cloth in British West Africa” Join Erin Rice, our educator, as she discusses part of her dissertation research on textiles.

$5

Neighborhood Walk

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

This is a Virtual Neighborhood Walk. Stephanie Gaskins explores another street in Ipswich for a memorable journey to a new neighborhood. This walk will virtually explore the area from South Green to North Green

Bag Lunch: Up Close And Personal

Speaker: Curator, Katherine Chaison will share objects from the museum’s collection that are not on view to the public. This always promises to be fun and interesting.This event will be held via zoom. Join Zoom Meeting https://cts.vresp.com/c/?IpswichMuseum/6982a0c65f/TEST/db1f7e8418/pwd=UmczQUI2aVVRTlJSczV5c2s3Z2R2Zz09

Saturday Morning Digital Photography Workshop

Workshop Description: Spend a couple of hours on a Winter Saturday Morning advancing your skills and techniques in Digital Photography. We’ll start with a quick but important review of photography basics that everyone should know. We will then move on to an in-depth look at tools, techniques and even some tricks that will help you to […]

Bag Lunch Series – Music in the Mind’s Ear

Speaker:  Musician, composer, David Grimes will talk about what music is, the difference between listening and hearing and how to create an inner soundscape.  He will also share his own story that let him to composition.

$5

Landscape, Color, and Abstraction Painting Workshop

Cost: $110 Members / $120 non-Members (includes all materials, see list below)  Workshop Description: Landscape, Color & Abstraction explores color, mark and abstraction through the lens of landscape painting. This workshop will briefly look at the traditional elements and principles of landscape painting, and use these tools to inform and create a compelling abstract work of art. This […]

Wednesday Evening Lecture

John Wigglesworth, science and math teacher at the Waring School in Beverly will give an overview of the long- term study that SEA Education Association of Woods Hole has conducted to quantify the amount and concentration of plastic pollution in the Western Boundaries of the North Atlantic.

$10

Botanical Watercolor Workshop

Cost:  $55 Members / $65 non-Members (includes materials) Age: Adults (18+) Workshop Description: We’ll begin the morning with some exercises in watercolor technique and we’ll explore a brief, yet fascinating history of the art of botanical watercolor painting. We’ll then begin our specimen study with a flat wash and start to build volume and detail over the course […]

Bag Lunch Series – Sustainable Agriculture – Grow, Nourish, Engage

Speaker: Ex. Director, Liz Green will discuss the central role the farm plays in the delivery of the Three Sisters Garden Project mission and operation: a tool for food system change and their home base for education and community projects. The farm is located on the campus of the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur. […]

Wednesday Evening Lecture – Landscape Design that Works for You

Ipswich Museum 54 South Main Street, Ipswich, MA

Laura Bibler is an award-winning designer and garden restoration expert whose work extends from modest garden spaces to comprehensive master plans. She will take us on a journey to create a fresh new look for your own home and a sequence of bloom discussion on what anchor perennials everyone should have in their gardens. She […]

$10