Eisenberg, an experienced nonprofit manager and development professional, previously served as CCAHA’s acting director since September 2022, and for six years as deputy director, overseeing business development, finance, and operations.
CCAHA Photograph Conservator Zach Long discusses a major project to treat and house the entire daguerreotype holdings of the Maryland Center for History and Culture, an unusually large collection of more than 300 plates.
The Collections Stewardship Succession Planning Initiative is a two-year project to actively address the need for leadership development and knowledge transfer in the cultural heritage workforce.
Senior Paper Conservator Heather Hendry and Associate Paper Conservator Joanna Hurd discuss the history and treatment of one of a set of 16 Japanese watercolors produced for the Chicago World's Fair in 1893, from the collections of the Penn Museum.
One morning last June, employees at Shofuso Japanese Cultural Center arrived at work to find their iconic fusuma murals badly damaged by an intruder. Since the panels were uniquely created for the space, treatment could only be undertaken by specially trained conservators. Enter CCAHA.
In the latest installment of this series, we learn about a 1739 hymnal produced by members of the Ephrata Cloister in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, from the collections of Elizabethtown College.
Earlier this month, we shared a short preview of a behind-the-scenes video on CCAHA's treatment of the original 6abc Action News theme song sheet music. Now you can watch the entire clip on the CCAHA YouTube channel!
CCAHA Paper Conservator Chloe Houseman presents conference displays created by Barbara Gittings in the 1970s, describing their place in history and explaining the treatment that will ensure they are preserved for future display and research.