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Aftermath of the insurgency at the Sukur Cultural Landscape World Heritage Site in Nigeria (Photo credit: Yusuf Abdallah Usman)
In response to the recent destruction of ancient treasures and historical sites in Syria and Iraq, Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) and the...
Photo (from Left): Dithny Joan Raton, Minister of Culture, Haiti; Stefan Simon, IPCH Director; Mark Aronson, chief conservator at the Yale Center for British Art (YCBA); Matthew Cushman, IPCH Conservator. Photo credit: Ifeanyi Awachie
The Honorable Dithny Joan Raton, Haitian Minister of Culture, visited the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH) on May 5, 2015, to discuss the...
Air pollution causes health problems to humans as well as damage to historic buildings, monuments, and ecosystems. In 1979, the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air...
Microfading and Light Management in Museums Tuesday and Wednesday, May 26-27th, 2015 Yale Center Beijing This two-day workshop is hosted by Yale University’s Institute for...
Pablo Londero and Jens Stenger orient lighting while Erin Mysak operates the camera for imaging of a wooden Roman Shield (YUAG accession #: 1935.551)
The IPCH would like to extend a sincere thank you to Yale University Art Gallery (YUAG) Senior Photographer, Rich House, for graciously sharing his expertise during a recent...
Ian McClure, right, examines the thin panel support of a painting with students
Yale’s STEAM is a student-run organization at the university that aims to “…foster campus wide interest and appreciation of the intersection between STEM (science,...
Debora Mayer (Harvard University), Marie-France Lemay (SML), and Soyeon Choi (YCBA) look at fibers under the stereomicroscope
IPCH hosted, in collaboration with the Yale University Art Gallery (YUAG), a three-day Fiber Identification Workshop for seven conservators and conservation scientists from...

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