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  1. 1. Contact: Meghan CaryIntern at Creative HaverhillEmail: Director@CreativeHaverhill.orgPhone: 978-420-3729Address: 4 Summer St - room 309 - Haverhill, MA 01830 Creative Haverhill displays local artist’s work at Kids Fest More than 15,000 people came downtown Haverhill for Kids Fest this past May. Creative Haverhill helped many artists display and sell their art to those in attendance with one of their Pop-Up Shops, similar to the Shops@90Wash seen downtown last Fall. In addition to showing off their art, Kids Fest is a perfect outlet for artists to make a name for themselves in the community and meet potential local partners and buyers. Photo Courtesy of Creative Haverhill -30-
  2. 2. Contact: Meghan CaryIntern at Creative HaverhillEmail: Director@CreativeHaverhill.orgPhone: 978-420-3729Address: 4 Summer St - room 309 - Haverhill, MA 01830 Local artistsells work at downtown at Pop-Up shop At the Shops@90Wash last Decembermany Haverhill artists, including Caroline Allen (above), displayed their artwork for many to enjoy and even purchase. Here Derek Russell, a Haverhill resident, is being shown one of her pieces. This year, Creative Haverhill will sponsor the Shops@90Wash for two full months - starting in November – which allows more artists to display their work to the community. Photo Courtesy of Creative Haverhill -30-
  3. 3. Contact: Meghan CaryIntern at Creative HaverhillEmail: Director@CreativeHaverhill.orgPhone: 978-420-3729Address: 4 Summer St - room 309 - Haverhill, MA 01830 Haverhill Artist Restores Church Windows Paul Prue, a Haverhill resident and artist,has been working in the old Armenian Church on Route 125 in Haverhill, MA repairing the old stained glass windows. Here he is inspecting the window for the wave effect that occurs as a window ages and gravity pulls down on the glass. Prue will flatten all of the windows at the church and restore them to almost new condition in a matter of weeks. Photo Courtesy of Meghan Cary -30-
  4. 4. Contact: Meghan CaryIntern at Creative HaverhillEmail: Director@CreativeHaverhill.orgPhone: 978-420-3729Address: 4 Summer St - room 309 - Haverhill, MA 01830 Creative Haverhill Sponsors pose downtown Haverhill Creative Haverhill has many sponsors that help their event ideas turn into realities. With help from these sponsors you have seen the Gateway Mural painted on Essex Street, the Pop-Up Shops at 90 Washington Street and other artistic outlets such as the recent release of Public and Private Passions a documentary series on HCTV Channel 9. From Left: Sven Amirian, President of Greater Haverhill Chamber of Commerce; Mayor James Fiorentini; Ron Trembley, Managing Director Greater Haverhill Foundation; David Zoffoli, Executive Director of Creative Haverhill; Scott Cote, President of Pentucket Bank; and Tom Mortimer, President of Haverhill Bank. Photo Courtesy of Creative Haverhill -30-
  5. 5. Contact: Meghan CaryIntern at Creative HaverhillEmail: Director@CreativeHaverhill.orgPhone: 978-420-3729Address: 4 Summer St - room 309 - Haverhill, MA 01830 Two Very Different Artists Make Beautiful Music Together Connor Hayden (left) andPaul Prue (right) may have a 30-year age difference and two diverse backgrounds, but when they get on stage you’d think they have been playing together for years. Prue is a stained glass artist who lives and works in Haverhill and has for over 25 years. Hayden is a young music lover who just came back from teaching English in Turkey for a year after graduating from Holy Cross University in 2010. Creative Haverhill has brought these two together in a way that only art can. The upcoming video documentary presented by Creative Haverhill on HCVT channel 9 will showcase artists like Hayden and Prue in the spaces where they work and live. Photo Courtesy of Creative Haverhill -30-
  6. 6. Contact: Meghan CaryIntern at Creative HaverhillEmail: Director@CreativeHaverhill.orgPhone: 978-420-3729Address: 4 Summer St - room 309 - Haverhill, MA 01830 Photo Opportunities: 1. Studio picture of an artist describing/showing off their work. Arrive at the scene where Creative Haverhill is recording a new episode of Public and Private Passions. An artist will be set with a scenic background- either in their shop, at home or out in Haverhill- and will be talking about what they love most: art. Sixteen distinct artists will be featured in the video documentary. 2. Because Public and Private Passions is a video documentary series there will be many opportunities to take still images from the recorded footage. Each week on Friday from noon to 3:00 pm David Zoffoli will be editing the recordings that will take place earlier in the week at HCTV on Elm Street in Haverhill, MA. 3. Many photos can also be taken of the featured artists in the shops where they work. One example of this would be going to the Origamido studio and watching as MichaelLaFosse folds what appears to be an ordinary piece of paper into a masterpiece. He can take a single paper and fold it into a lifelike butterfly or squirrel or a series of papers into something larger such as a pig or armadillo. Michael makes all of his own paper and designs all of his own creations. At the Origamido studio private and group lessons are held daily. 4. All over Haverhill you will find artwork. When walking down Merrimack Street starting at the Post Office and heading towards the new parking garage you will find pieces such as the Gateway Mural (sponsored by Creative Haverhill and Team Haverhill) the storefront shops and the Shops@90Wash (both sponsored by Creative Haverhill) as well as several large pieces in the small park near the train station. Please visit any of these locations to see Haverhill’s artists’ work on display where it was intended to be. 5. In many of the video recordings for Public and Private Passions the artist is asked who has influenced their life with art. In the first episode Sharon Silverman mentions a high school art teacher who pushed her to pursue what she loved. By contacting both Sharon and her mentor a photo can be taken of the two surrounded by their artwork. For all photo opportunities please contact David Zoffoli Director@CreativeHaverhill.org 978-420-3729 -30-

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