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As Philadelphia enters the Yellow Phase of the pandemic response plan, CCAHA is taking steps to reopen on Monday, June 15. This week, a limited group of CCAHA staff are in the lab to prepare for the reopening in a way that ensures the safety of both our staff and clients. Throughout the shutdown...
We were deeply saddened to hear that former CCAHA board member Julia Moore Converse passed away last weekend at the age of 74. Julia made an indelible mark on the arts in Philadelphia and earned a reputation nationally and internationally as an advocate for the study of architecture as cultural...
The CCAHA family hopes you are safe and healthy at this time. We wanted to give you a quick update on our operations as we look ahead to the coming months. We understand that, when this crisis is over, we will be serving you in a changed landscape.
In the mid-1800s, the Northern Calcutta neighborhood of Battala was the site of a flourishing scene of engravers and printers.
In response to the COVID-19 public health crisis, a growing number of organizations in the fields served by CCAHA have begun developing new programs and sharing resources to help their constituents. CCAHA and our partners at DHPSNY have worked together to compile these COVID-19 resources in a single...
CCAHA's offices will remain closed until public health concerns related to Coronavirus and COVID-19 are fully addressed and state officials announce it is safe to reopen. We're working hard to develop additional programming opportunities while helping spread the word about other resources.