CCAHA is excited to announce that we have been awarded in the latest round of grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Director of Development Lee Price is a collections shepherd. If you have partnered with CCAHA, you have likely encountered Lee’s guiding ways, helping to strengthen clients’ collections while gently nudging them toward their goals. But after 25 years on the job, Lee is officially retiring this month...
CCAHA is seeking a full time Photograph Conservator. The candidate should have demonstrated ability in treating both fine art and archival collections of photographic materials.
As we enter this season of thanksgiving, Executive Director Michelle Eisenberg reflects on why she is grateful to serve this organization, and how your donations help expand CCAHA's impact.
“This isn’t a job where you learn it, you know it, and that’s it,” Jilliann said in a recent interview. “This is constant learning and exposure to new problems. That fascinates me more than anything.”
CCAHA is seeking an Imaging and Conservation Technician. This role is responsible for converting fragile and rare artifacts to digital format using a medium format digital camera, in addition to derivative file creation and color management.
September is FEMA’s National Preparedness Month, and while we always take this opportunity to share disaster recovery and emergency preparedness tips for collections, there is an added urgency to this year’s message.
Education is a large part of CCAHA’s overall mission, and every year we are honored to host interns and fellows from across the country and the world who bring a thirst for knowledge and experience. But the relationship is not one-sided—CCAHA benefits from a constant infusion of fresh perspectives.