Few projects in recent years have impressed CCAHA staff like the large collection of Count Basie’s scrapbooks and personal items from the collections of the Institute of Jazz Studies at Rutgers University–Newark.
CCAHA is pleased to offer a twelve-month post-graduate fellowship in either our paper conservation lab or our photo conservation lab beginning in September 2022. Though not anticipated, the 2022-2023  fellowship year could be a combination of remote work and in-lab work depending on safety measures...
"It's always interesting to see the original of an artwork that has been widely reproduced. Copies are never quite the same, in my opinion, and getting to interact with this piece has been so rewarding."
Two years since COVID-19 triggered a national lockdown and evacuation of the workplace, the staff of CCAHA looks back on successful strategies that helped us adapt and continue preservation and conservation work for our clients.
The photographer wanted to convey to his colleagues in Philadelphia the immensity of what he saw and that it was not only on the shoulders of the workers to do good work, Kahn’s staff needed to do so as well.
February 20th marks both Louis I. Kahn's 121st birthday and the opening of a new show, The Project of Independence: Architectures of Decolonization in South Asia, 1947–1985, at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City.
The Big Game is upon us, and it's the perfect time to look back at this February 2018 clip of CCAHA staff talking sports memorabilia on local morning show Good Day Philadelphia.
CCAHA is seeking a Conservation Technician to work at our Philadelphia lab.  The Conservation Technician contributes to CCAHA's mission by supporting lab staff with essential tasks, registrar functions, and assistance with treatment and housing projects as needed.