Industrial Design Drafter Position/Greenfield, MA SmallCorp manufactures picture frames and display cases to protect priceless works of art for museums, galleries and artists. Our products require thought, attention to detail, and quality workmanship, just like the art we aim to protect. We have an opening for an industrial design drafter position. A BS and […]
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 […]
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 […]
SmallCorp is proud to be featured in the latest edition of Architecture Leaders Today Magazine. Read the article.
We’ve added two new colors – K3 and K4. You can see the chip chart on line here or contact us for the real thing. Enjoy!
We enjoyed exhibiting at the vibrant and always informative American Institute of Conservation Annual Meeting in Philadelphia May 31 – June 3. Thanks to everyone who stopped by and visited our booth. We found the meeting engaging and we met a lot of great people. Here’s hoping everyone had as much fun as we did! […]
We’ve updated our catalog. Please download Volume 12 at SmallCorp.com or contact us for a paper copy.
We haven’t moved, but our mailing address has changed. Our mail is now delivered to our physical address – 19 Butternut Street, Greenfield, MA 01301. Note that there’s a different zipcode, too. Thanks for updating your records, and Happy Holidays! (as you can see, we got our first snow last night)