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Parlamentarium – European Parliaments Visitors' Centre
August 20, 2012

By Rasmus Jantzen A little over five years ago, while in Grad School, I became aware of Lord Cultural Resources through my mother. Through her job as head of the…

How to Have Your Public Develop an Exhibition
August 14, 2012

By Andrea Ott A new wave in the development and display of cultural projects is having your audience create and plan visitor experiences. It started in artistic production with examples…

Grand Opening of the Niagara Falls History Museum
August 8, 2012

By Lisa Dillon, In 2009, the City of Niagara Falls, in partnership with the Niagara Falls Board of Museums, embarked on a major renovation and capital expansion project for the…

ROM’s Ultimate Dinosaurs
July 24, 2012

By Jacqueline Tang Last week I visited ROM’s latest and largest exhibit on dinosaurs – Ultimate Dinosaurs: Giants from Gondwana. The exhibit features a range of dinosaur skeletons from the…

Framing Culture: Robert Giard’s Celebration of Gay and Lesbian Literary Figures
June 18, 2012

By Danielle Manning Walking through the doors of the University of Toronto Art Centre (UTAC) for the opening of the Scotiabank CONTACT Photography Festival exhibition Just As You Are: Portraits…

Qaggiavuut and the First Flash Mob in Nunavut
June 7, 2012

By Andrea Ott Did you know that Nunavut is the only territory or province in Canada without a performing arts centre and Iqaluit is the only capital city in North…

The Value of the Little Things…
May 4, 2012

By Ngaire Blankenberg “Why are we always the only ones worried about the pens and paper”? This morning, my colleague and I were discussing our often obsessive focus on the…

The Beaten Church
April 11, 2012

By Ngaire Blankenberg During a magical late night walk a few weeks ago in Barcelona- amidst the Roman ruins, the weird and wonderful Gaudi buildings, the secret lovers, the street…

The Museum as Stage
January 5, 2012

by Chris Lorway “Museums are a constant work in progress and are constantly changing and transforming. That is the definition of contemporary arts today…Contemporary art is performance, projection — we…

It's all Fun and Games Until Nothing Happens…
December 13, 2011

By Ngaire Blankenberg There is nothing more frustrating or potentially insulting – than a faulty interactive…   A client and I recently visited a major ‘audio-visual monument’ that had been…

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