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.
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.
This fall's CCAHA Open House will once again offer an evening of conversation and refreshments, followed by a guided tour of the lab.
On August 9, CCAHA welcomed State Representative Ben Waxman for a meeting with members of CCAHA's staff and board, followed by a tour of the CCAHA lab.
The multi-year project will conserve sixteen watercolors produced for "The World's Columbian Exposition."
The application deadline for this position has passed.
Hot and humid summer weather can pose significant risks to cultural and personal collections, as they are susceptible to damage caused by high temperature, moisture, and mold growth. To mitigate these risks, we present five tips for keeping your collections safe in the summer months.
CCAHA is pleased to announce a new publication chronicling our expert staff's work in the lab and in communities across the country.