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

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 […]

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 months, I joined the Ingalls Library and Museum Archives as a digitization intern. My function involved numerous jobs, from updating metadata to scanning publications for the World wide web Archive, but a great deal of my time was […]