Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage


Yale’s Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage is a research collaborative, dedicated to the preservation and interpretation of material culture. Our work connects Yale students, scholars, and collections, catalyzing wide-ranging partnerships that bridge art and science in a unique space for learning, creativity, and innovation.

News and Events

View From Here, Courtesy of the Yale Center for British Art
April 4, 2023
Carla Decombes, Yale Daily News.  New Haven high school students exhibit work through YCBA  / LML photography program “The View From Here: Accessing Art Through Photography”...
Charlotte Ashamu
March 31, 2023
Charlotte Ashamu has been appointed as the Director of International Programs at the Institute for the Preservation of Cultural Heritage (IPCH). Ashamu will lead IPCH’s...
Reclaiming African Cultural Heritage for the Post-COVID Era
March 14, 2023
African cultural heritage passes through the hands and hearts of diverse African professionals trained in many ways of preserving and transmitting culture. They have the...
March 6, 2023
In November 2022 IPCH partnered with Bruker Nano Analytics to host the first workshop of users of specialized instrumentation capable of elemental mapping at the scale of...