SmallCorp is again a sponsor of the Maine Archives and Museums Annual Conference. While we won’t be able to attend this year, we hope everyone who does attend has a great time!
We’re pleased to announce that SmallCorp has been selected to manufacture museum display cases and pedestals for the newly-renovated Asian and Egyptian galleries at the Rhode Island School of Design Museum in Providence, RI.
SmallCorp is proud to announce that we will be exhibiting at the New England Museum Association’s Annual Conference in Newport, RI November 13 – 15. Please stop in at booth #5 and pay us a visit.
We have a new powdercoat color, a bright white with a matte finish. Corner samples and color charts will be available soon. Let us know if you would like one.
We recently delivered a case to Mass General Hospital in Boston to house their 2,500 year-old mummy, Padihershef. The hospital has owned the mummy since 1823 and recently made the decision to conserve it and exhibit it. Here’s the AP story: BOSTON (AP) — A 2,500-year-old Egyptian mummy named Padihershef came out of his coffin […]
Wendy and Mike had a successful trip to Indianapolis for the AIC Annual Meeting. Thanks to everyone who stopped by the booth. See you next year in San Francisco.
We recently delivered a sealed archival case to the New-York Historical Society, to house the Society’s Audubon set. It’s currently on display as a part of Audubon’s Aviary – a three-part exhibition to showcase every masterpiece from its unparalleled collection of John James Audubon’s preparatory watercolor models for the sumptuous double-elephant-folio print edition of The Birds […]
We just issued a new and improved catalog. There are lots of new products and a new powdercoat color – Bronze. Pricing didn’t change much, but the selection sure did. We would be glad to mail you a copy, or email you the digital version.
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.