CCAHA is pleased to announce that, thanks to generous grant funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), we are able to offer a limited number of subsidized assessments.
The 2,400 lantern slides of the Jay V. Hare Lantern Slide Collection depict gardens and landscapes from America and around the world from 1920 through 1940.
CCAHA is seeking a temporary Photo Conservation Technician. The Conservation Technician contributes to the mission of CCAHA by assisting with project-based treatment and housing tasks. The term for this full-time position is expected to be six months with the potential for an extension.
Laura leaves CCAHA after serving here for over seventeen years, first in our Preservation Services Department and then as the organization’s Executive Director.
On November 14 and 15, 2022, the CCAHA will present a virtual two-day conference exploring the intersection of collections care and environmental science. How do collecting institutions preserve evidence of an ever-changing natural world? And how does a changing world and climate impact those...
In the 1970s, Barbara Gittings, a pioneer in the LGBT rights movement, created a series of exhibition booths for national conferences. The purpose was to advocate for change, as well as change hearts and minds about what it meant to be gay or lesbian.
CCAHA is seeking a Digital Imaging Manager to act as project manager for all digital imaging projects and oversee our team of two digital imaging technicians.
The Conservation Center for Art and Historic Artifacts (CCAHA), a non-profit conservation laboratory located in Philadelphia, PA, is pleased to offer a twelve-month post-graduate fellowship in our book conservation lab beginning in September 2022. The fellowship has the possibility of renewal for a...