We’re so pleased to announce that Sarah Anderson, after a brief sabbatical, has returned to our customer service team. What a relief! Sarah can be reached at x105 or Sarah@smallcorp.com
SmallCorp will be closed the following days: 12.23.15 closing at 11AM 12.24.15 closed 12.25.15 closed 1.1.16 closed Happy Holidays!
We’re taking our staff and their families to the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford. We made many, many cases for the museum this spring and summer, and we’re pleased that our crew will be able to see their work in situ. Sorry if we miss your call or email. Please leave us a message and we’ll […]
SmallCorp will be closed the following dates: 11/26-11/27 – Closed for Holiday 12/16 – We’re taking our employees and their families on a road trip to the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford to view the recently renovated museum, for which we provided many cases and picture frames. 12/23 – Closing at 11AM for our Holiday Party […]
Well, we avoided this for as long as we could, but it’s time. Starting today SmallCorp Picture Frames will be subject to new pricing. This is partly to keep up with the ever-increasing price of materials, energy and everything else, and partly to make our pricing simpler and easier to use. Here’s an overview: Wood […]
Today we delivered 16 cases and pedestals to the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, for the freshly renovated Goodwin Gallery. Over the next several months, we’ll deliver another 120+ cases and pedestals as the museum plans for a Fall 2015 grand re-opening.
Thanks to everyone who stopped off and visited us at the New England Museum Association annual meeting Nov 19-21 in Cambridge, MA. The conference was a great success and we are proud to be members of such an active and passionate community.
We recently replaced the high-security glass in the case that houses Harvard’s Gutenberg Bible. The glass had become filmy over time and we replaced it with brand new glazing that includes an anti-reflective coating and alternating layers of low iron glass and polycarbonate for security.
We recently shipped a batch of cases to the Tufts University Art Gallery to house items from their permanent collection. The cases were made to be easily dissembled and moved or stored as future exhibition needs change, and include simple cases with lift-off acrylic vitrines as well as glass cases with hinged doors and integrated LED […]
We contributed an article (it starts on page 7) that attempts to de-mystify the do’s and don’ts of silica gel in museum exhibits. Let us know how we did.