As of fall 2019, the Photographic Preservation and Collections Management program is no longer accepting new students.
2nd Year PPCM student Daniel Menzo, who held an internship at the Patchouge Historical Society, featured in local newspaper
July 13, 2017
Daniel Menzo is breathing new life into the faces and places of Patchogue citizens and buildings preserved on gelatin silver glass plate negatives that he’s transferring to computer images. It’s an effort to engage the community about their relatives and stories past from 1905 to 1920.
April 17, 2017
Ivey Barker ’16 (MA) earned her master’s degree in photographic preservation and collections management. She’s headed to Krakow, Poland, where she’ll use her background in paper conservation, flood research, and preservation standards, to assist multiple museums and archives in identifying, analyzing, and preserving culturally significant objects.