Celebrating our Clients & Their Accomplishments
In 2017 we are celebrating our past and current clients and their accomplishments.Learn More
Now available: the "Manual of Digital Museum Planning," edited by Ali Hossaini and Ngaire Blankenberg with Gail Lord and Barry Lord.Learn More
Now available: "The Manual of Strategic Planning for Cultural Organizations" by Gail Dexter Lord and Kate Markert.Learn More
WHAT'S NEW AT LORD
Gail Lord will be participating at the Zocalo Public Square Conference "What Can the World Teach California About Arts Engagement?"
June 25th, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.Read More
Join us to explore ways to accelerate Soft Power to address some of the most important issues of our time. Learn how museums world-side activate Soft Power to shape attitudes and influence change. Come ready to share your own best practices and gain new partners in LA!
Thursday, June 22, 2017 at the Museum of Tolerance - 5:00 pm Read More
Join Sarah Hill, and Dov Goldstein, at this year's APGA conference, stop by booth #36 to say hello!
And don't miss their presentation: Beyond Beauty and Botanics: Crafting The Visitor Experience For The "Living Museum."
Wednesday, June 21 at 1:45 p.m.Read More
KENNETT SQUARE, USA — An hour or so after sunset on Saturday evening, visitors to Longwood Gardens near Philadelphia are due to see the debut of a fountain garden rivaling any in history.
Our work with the Gardens started in 2010 and has continued. Most recently, we were commissioned by Longwood to facilitate the development of its strategic plan for 2015-2020.
Gail Lord spoke to a crowd at the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec. She discussed how artistic excellence, citizen engagement and soft power can re-position cities as international destinations.Watch Video
Almost 40 per cent of Canadians live in Ontario. The country's largest city and the nation's capital are both located here. Ontario was a critical founding partner of the country in 1867. There's much to be proud of, but how many living in the province think of themselves as Ontarians? And what does it mean to be an Ontarian? The Agenda explores the elusive idea of Ontario identity.Read More
WE WORK WITH...
We work with you through visioning, planning, and implementation phases to create new cultural landmarks, weaving presence into the surrounding community.View All Services
We help cities build cultural spaces that draw on existing strengths and assets, allowing you to develop local geography, architecture, and artistic talent into a cultural tourist destination.View All Services
Lord Cultural Resources has been a partner in planning and executing many parks and conservancies, botanical gardens, horticultural displays, living collection, and other nature-based cultural initiatives.View All Services
We approach each heritage and history project with fresh eyes, developing and executing plans that are uniquely tailored to the stories that each site has to tell.View All Services
We help plan and create science museums with unique presence and style. We believe in drawing on local culture and context to provide visitors with meaningful, science-rich experiences that inspire and delight.View All Services
We have extensive experience developing and renewing archives and libraries, transforming them into dynamic, engaging spaces and broadening their potential audiences.View All Services
We help design ground-breaking expositions and festivals that show off a locale’s individual identity and reputation to the world. We can assist with master planning, exhibitions, design, programming, and long-term tourism development.View All Services
When projects involve multiple creative partners, we foster collaboration and synergy to take projects further. One shared success always leads to more.View All Services
Some of our most interesting and exciting jobs don’t fit standard categories. If your vision involves ideas not described on this site, or concepts that nobody has attempted before, we are intrigued! And we want to hear from you. Our experience and discipline, far from limiting a blue-sky project, make it much more likely to succeed.View All Services
Longwood Gardens chose Lord Cultural Resources as its planning partner, because it was the only firm that could truly provide the depth and quality of comprehensive planning services that we needed to achieve our planning goal."Paul B. Redman, Director, Longwood Gardens
Lord Cultural Resources contributed an efficient methodology and a multi-disciplinary approach that made it possible to integrate the expectations and viewpoints about the Museum’s operations from representative spheres of the local society and the museum world in general."Juan Ignacio Vidarte, Director General, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao