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.
Hidden City's Stacia Friedman stopped by for a closer look at the historic building—the former Crane Ice Cream factory—that has housed the CCAHA lab since 1984.
You may think that, with a name like the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts, conservation treatment is all we do. The truth is, most of our conservation work actually starts with a focus on preservation and planning.
CCAHA and the Centro de Conservación y Restauración de Puerto Rico (CENCOR) announce the launch of the Heritage Stewardship Project for Puerto Rico, a major program for the preservation of paper, books and photographic materials on the Islands.
When you think of fine art and artifacts, a criminal “wanted” poster is probably not the first thing that comes to mind. But if that poster is one of the few remaining seeking those wanted for the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln, it becomes a uniquely important artifact.