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Mobile Exhibit Cases

Leaving the shop this week –  six mobile exhibit cases to house pop-up student exhibits at a prestigious local institution. Moreover, they’re highly customizable to accommodate a diverse range of exhibition needs with LED lightbars, pinnable magnetic back panels, and adjustable shelves.  

Martin Luther King Day 2021

Happy Martin Luther King Day,  Not just today but every day we should be remembering these words of Martin Luther King Jr., “The time is always right to do what is right.” Today we remember the man who was an instrumental leader in the Civil Rights Movement and continues to be a source of inspiration […]

Microclimate Cases with Hinged Doors

It’s true what they say “Good things takes time.” However, in the context of these microclimate cases with hinged doors, I would have to say our team is working toward great things. Patinating brass is a laborious process and I can’t stop walking by and seeing what they are up to. These cases are a […]

Resuming Production

It has finally happened! We are back up and producing, while strictly adhering to state regulations and taking every possible preventative measure toward keeping our employees safe as they renew work. Give our sales team a call for current lead times or if you are missing them, to say hi. 

COVID-19 Closure

Governor Baker has continued the closure of all non-essential businesses in Massachusetts until May 18th, 2020. SmallCorp understands the importance of this order and appreciates its impact on keeping our employees safe and doing our part to help stop the spread of Covid-19. We also appreciate our clients’ needs and concerns and will resume production […]

North Carolina Museum of Art, NCMA

We are excited to be working on 36 microclimate cases for North Carolina Museum of Art’s (NCMA) Good as Gold: Fashioning Senegalese Women exhibition, which opens on April 4th, 2020. This exhibition was recently on display at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art in Washington, D.C. More information about visiting this exhibition at NCMA […]

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