Communications planning, strategy & statewide media relations for Pennsylvania's Top 10 Endangered Artifacts, an awareness and fundraising campaign to protect and preserve the state’s cultural collections
Canary Promotion is working with the Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifiacts and leading PR efforts for the launch of Pennsylvania’s Top 10 Endangered Artifacts, a statewide campaign that celebrates our state’s most inspiring historic items—drawings, paintings, manuscripts, rare books, maps, photographs, objects, textiles and much more. The project is part of Save Pennsylvania’s Past, a multi-year initiative to protect and preserve the state’s cultural collections.
A six-week online campaign to save Pennsylvania’s Top 10 Endangered Artifacts has now launched. Through midnight of November 1, the public is encouraged to support the preservation of 10 fascinating historic objects from every region of the state through voting, sharing and donating at PATop10Artifacts.org. From historic manuscripts, books and films to 18th-century butterfly specimens and a wig worn by a congressman instrumental in abolishing slavery, each of these artifacts illuminates an important facet of the nation’s history.
Read about the 10 artifacts and the campaign here.
About the client:
The Conservation Center for Art & Historic Artifacts (CCAHA) is the country’s largest nonprofit conservation facility serving cultural, research and educational institutions, as well as individuals and private organizations. Its mission is to provide expertise and leadership in the preservation of the world’s material culture. Learn more at ccaha.org.