Monitoring Temperature and Humidity in the Most Humid City in Florida

At CONSERV we care about collections AND the people who care for collections. We recently sat down with Chloe Richardson, the Collections Coordinator at the Matheson History Museum in Gainesville, Florida to talk about how she uses Conserv for monitoring temperature and humidity in historic buildings located in Florida’s most humid city. As a Gainesville […]

Art in the bathroom? Examining a microclimate to inform household exhibitions

This guest blog features a summary of research on the microclimates affecting art in the bathroom by Margalit Schindler, a graduate fellow studying preventive conservation at the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation. For their research, Conserv provided access to their analytic tools and wireless sensors, including an outdoor temperature and relative humidity monitor.  […]