ICA Art Conservation not only has a new website, it has a new location. Last May we packed up the final boxes filled with materials and tools. We swept the floors at Vitrolite, ICA’s home for nearly twenty years, and set off down the street for the PIVOT Center in Cleveland’s Clark-Fulton neighborhood.
Okay, well it wasn’t quite as easy as the paragraph above makes it sound. It was hard to say goodbye to our lovely historic building, but now that we’ve been at PIVOT for most of a year we are feeling right at home with the many arts and social service organizations that make up our community here. We are still moving things around in the labs, finding places for things and getting rid of the items we found we brought but didn’t need. Isn’t that always the way with a move?
If you are going to be in the neighborhood sometime soon. Give us a call a few days in advance and the ICA staff will be happy to show off the new digs.