The NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program is 
a partnership of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) and Greater Hudson Heritage Network (GHHN) that provides support for treatment procedures by professional conservators to aid in stabilizing and preserving objects in collections of museums, historical, and cultural organizations in New York State. Support is available for conservation treatment of paintings, works on paper (including individual drawings, watercolors, prints or photographs), textiles (including costumes, domestic textiles, and upholstery), furniture, frames, sculpture, historical, ethnographic, and decorative objects.

Since 2000, the NYSCA/GHHN Conservation Treatment Grant Program has provided support to conserve over 1193 objects in 546 NYS museums, and has regranted approximately $2.3 million. 

This site is a work in progress - while all the funded items have been listed, work continues on uploading images. Check back often to see our progress!

Use the "Browse Items" tab to see all item that have been conserved through this program. 

Use the "Map" tab to see where the conserved items are located in NYS.

Use the "Browse Collections" tab to see conserved items organized by the year the conservation treatment was done.

You can search by conservator or by organization name as well, using the top search bar.