Culture Cities: A catalyst for a resilient community and economy Joy Bailey Bryant, Principal Consultant, spoke on culture and city development
in Kansas City, MO, for the "New American City" conference at the Kauffman
Center for the Performing Arts on Dec 3-4, 2012. View this video also here.
Gail Lord, Co-President, and Joy Bailey Bryant, Principal Consultant, will be
speaking at the upcoming "City Age" conferences on May 16-17 in Toronto at the
MaRS Discovery District and June 18-19 in New York City at the NYU Skirball Center
for the Performing Arts. For the detailed program and registration, click here for Toronto and click here for New York.
Lord Cultural Resources is a global professional practice dedicated to creating cultural capital worldwide.
Lord Cultural Resources offers a comprehensive range of integrated services including master planning, business planning, feasibility studies, cultural and heritage tourism planning, strategic planning, facility planning, functional programming, architect selection, interpretive planning, exhibition design, project management, training and recruitment.
Our cultural projects include museums, mixed-use developments, cultural centres, art galleries, science centres, world expositions, visitor centres, heritage sites, festivals, theatres, archives, libraries and gardens. Our clients are in all sectors including private and public corporations, foundations, governments and non-profit institutions.
Launch of Wind River Virtual Museum of Ancestral Artifacts
The Wind River Virtual Museum aims to provide members of the Eastern Shoshone and Northern Arapaho tribes of the Wind River Reservation in Central Wyoming a vehicle to retain their cultural heritage, as the numbers of tribal elders are diminishing. The virtual museum also attempts to give next generation of tribal members and the general public a way to learn about the heritage of these two tribes.
Watch the documentary Lived History: The Story of the Wind River Virtual Museum, which premiered on Wyoming PBS on May 14, 2013, produced by Alpheus Media in association with Lord Cultural Resources.
Lived History: The Story of the Wind River Virtual Museum. Video broadcast on Wyoming PBS.
UC Davis Selects Architectural Team To Create An Art Museum For The 21st Century
The architectural design has been selected for the Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art at UC Davis. The selected design is the "Grand Canopy," which was shaped by architect SO – IL, with Bohlin Cywinski Jackson as the architect of record and Whiting-Turner as the building contractor. Congratulations to the selected architects!
Lord Cultural Resources developed the architectural program and advised on the design-build team selection process. Learn more about the Grand Canopy design here and read the press release.
A new model for museums: Architect discusses vision for The Jan Shrem and Maria Manetti Shrem Museum of Art
Bergamo European Capital of Culture 2019
The March 14th press conference officially launched the work of the international team composed of Lord Cultural Resources with Italian partner Federica Olivares to develop the candidacy of Bergamo (Italy) to become European Capital of Culture in 2019. Lord Cultural Resources is developing the concept for the candidacy of Bergamo and the creation of a rich program of events between 2013 and 2019.
Read it in Italian here.
Federica Olivares speaks about Bergamo's candidacy.
Gail Lord, Co-President, and Joy Bailey, Principal Consultant, will be in attendance and speaking on the impact of culture in developing global 21st Century cities at the City Age conferences May 16-17 in Toronto at the MaRS Discovery District and June 18-19 in New York City at the NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts. For the detailed program and registration, click here for Toronto and click here for New York.