On Site With CHI

Hearst museum staff prepare the Sennedjem lintel for an RTI shoot

Staff at the Phoebe A. Hearst Museum of Anthropology in Berkeley, CA prepare the Sennedjem lintel for an RTI shoot

See the slide show from this event on Flickr


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What We Do

Cultural Heritage Imaging (CHI) is dedicated to our mission and to documenting and preserving humanity's endangered treasures. We apply for grants, conduct projects in the field, offer on-site events, and publish papers and guides to explain what we do and to train others.

Projects Events
thumbnail image for projects The CHI team is working on a number of projects all over the world, in such far-flung places as United Kingdom, Italy, and New Jersey in the US. More… thumbnail image for events The CHI team attends several events each year, presenting papers and delivering demonstrations at professional conferences, educational institutions, museums, and other facilities. More…
Fields Publications
thumbnail image for fields CHI is working in a number of fields. Two areas of particular focus for CHI have been art conservation and the study and documentation of rock art. More… thumbnail image for publications CHI publications are produced by our staff, who author research papers, project papers, tutorial notes, and book chapters. See abstracts and get copies of the CHI publications. More…