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.

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The View From Here
March 17, 2022
Mike Cummings, Yale News. Sarah Onyinyechukwu Okeke has a passion for photography and a keen understanding of how a photograph can connect people. “The thing about...
March 1, 2022
Mike Cummings, Yale News.  Alison Gilchrest, who for over a decade has led national and international initiatives to promote collaboration in the field of cultural heritage...
February 23, 2022
Yale Engineering, 2021-2022 (p.58).  Every artwork comes with its own set of challenges for conservators and curators, not the least of which is curbing the effects of time....
IPCH expands support for Yale Collections, future scholar pipeline
February 3, 2022
Jon Atherton, Yale West Campus News.  Yale’s IPCH has expanded its efforts to research, innovate, and train the next generation of conservation scientists with the...