Bergstrom-Mahler’s digital project completed
The Bergstrom-Mahler Museum of Glass has completed a major digital photography project that allows glass art connoisseurs worldwide to see the detail of 1,000 pieces in the Neenah Museum’s collection.
A Capacity Building grant of $43,750 from the Community Foundation helped make the work possible. The Bergstrom-Mahler is one of 460 museums internationally contributing to the Google Art Project website.
The museum plans to make more of its collection available for the world’s lovers of glass art. See the collection for yourself.
Capacity Building grants pay for strategic initiatives to strengthen the overall functioning of a nonprofit organization.
Look around the Bergstrom-Mahler by clicking on the photo below.
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