Van, Hoyt and Mike recently attended a seminar on LED lighting for museums at the Lunder Conservation Center in Washington DC. It seems that despite some fears and concerns, LEDs are not only acceptable for museum use, they are preferred. Learn more here.
We recently posted a new catalog to the website. Please feel free to download a copy. We’re working on an expanded version which will come out in the spring.
We are proud to have contributed over 100 cases and many other fixtures and support products to the Yale University Art Gallery as a part of its stunning and massive overhaul. This was truly a labor of love and we commend Yale for the great effort, care and expense that went into it. Read more […]
Check out our bargain corner; we recently added some new offerings and lowered the price on some others.
We know it’s not Halloween yet, but it’s time to start planning for the end of year and the holiday season. SmallCorp will be closed from December 21 until January 2, 2013. We’ve had a busy year and everyone is ready for a break. We’ve been running 4 week lead times for much of the year, […]
Wendy and Mike will be at the New England Museum Association’s Annual Conference November 7th and 8th in beautiful Burlington, VT. The theme of this year’s event is Innovation and the Future of Museums. Stop by booth number 46 and see our latest case with outfitted with SPD SmartGlass. Hope to see you there!
We set up our new computer-driven router and it’s running great. We hope it will allow us to do more work in the same amount of time. Let us know if you have a project you think we could help with!
We had a wonderful trip to New Mexico for the 40th Annual Meeting of the American Institute for Conservation. We met a lot of folks we work with already and some we hope to work with in the future. Our booth featured a SmartGlass case running on rechargeable battery power and motion sensors, which drew a lot […]
SmallCorp recently provided 40 cases for The Brooklyn Museum’s Gateway Gallery, a permanent exhibition featuring many of the collection’s most valuable treasures. Among the cases were a fourteen foot tall “Buddha Tower” and three cases featuring SPD SmartGlass, which protects sensitive objects from UV damage using a radical new technology. SmartGlass switches instantly from tinted […]