Small but Mighty: Nano-Cellulose Applications in Photograph Conservation | by Cleveland Museum of Art | CMA Thinker | Sep, 2022

By Marissa Maynard The Cleveland Museum of Art’s (CMA) superb photography collection encompasses the history of the medium and offers a tremendous range, from cased photographs to salted paper prints to colored digital prints. For most photographic processes, the image layer is composed of silver particles in an emulsion. Some […]

Indigenous People’s Day Resources — Portland Museum of Art

The Abbe Museum showcases the record and cultures of the Wabanaki by modifying exhibitions, distinctive functions, instructor workshops, archaeology field educational facilities, and workshops for small children and older people.   Houlton Band of Maliseets The Hudson Museum’s collections aspect about 1,700 objects that showcase Wabanaki product culture, such as the […]

Artists’ Collections in the Archives: Digitizing Cleveland’s Artistic History | by Cleveland Museum of Art | CMA Thinker | Sep, 2022

By Sara Kunkemueller, Digitization Intern, Ingalls Library and Museum Archives This summer time, I joined the Ingalls Library and Museum Archives as a digitization intern. My get the job done concerned many projects, from updating metadata to scanning publications for the Internet Archive, but a great deal of my time […]