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 Photographer Bill Guth and Museum Assistant Rebekah DeAngelo set up for photography of a bark tapa cloth.
Over the past year, the Yale Peabody Museum has been working on a project to conserve, photograph and rehouse 180 tapa cloths from the Anthropology Division’s Collection....
Documenting the headstone of John Whiting: l-r, Chelsea Graham, Ying Yang and Erin Mysak. Photo courtesy of the Center Church on the Green.
Last week, Chelsea Graham, Digital Imaging Specialist at IPCH led a digitization project at the Center Church on the Green in New Haven with colleagues Rich House from the...
The course is designed in collaboration between two ICOMOS Scientific committees, the Stone Committee ISCS  and ISCEAH (the committee for earthen architectural heritage)....
Bec-Dida Day, an outdoor sculpture by American born artist David Smith (1906-1965) now in the collection of the Yale University Art Gallery, was recently photographed in the...
Thomas Francis is a rising sophomore at the University of Connecticut majoring in Chemistry and a recipient of a 2014 New Haven Promise Scholarship. He is one of several New...
Participants and instructors during the second week of the 2015 XRF Short Course at the University of Western Ontario
Anikó Bezur completed the second week of the Short Course in Modern X-ray Spectrometry at the University of Western Ontario in June 2015 and earned the “Best of Class”...
(L to R): Stefan Simon, Director of IPCH; Scott Strobel, Vice President of West Campus; David Skelly, Director of the Yale Peabody Museum; Peter Salovey, President of Yale; Ian McClure, Chief Conservator at YUAG; Jock Reynolds, Director of YUAG; Beth Bolen, West Campus Administration. Photo credit: Jessica Smolinski
The IPCH Conservation Lab was welcomed to the Yale community with an opening ceremony, which included speeches by IPCH Director Stefan Simon, YUAG Chief Conservator Ian...

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