Longwood Gardens' Main Fountain is opening on May 27th, 2017 with a season of spectacular events, live music, special exhibits, and fountain performances.
Sarah Hill's Constructive conservation – a model for developing heritage assets was selected as a Highly Commended paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence, published in the Journal of Cultural Heritage Management and Sustaibable Development.Read More
The Government of Bihar’s Building Construction Department is inviting firms to submit an Expression of Interest for design services for the Dr. A. P. J. Kalam Science City in Patna, India. Services include comprehensive architectural and engineering design of the facility and site, exhibition design, project management, and construction administration of the building contractors and exhibition fabricators.Read More
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
The Influence and Action - Soft Power track at the 2017 California Association of Museums Annual Conference explored the concept of soft power and its centers in California through a series of presentations and case studies. California has a rich heritage of soft power creation and export that has had significant global impact. View the abundance of “soft power centers” in the state and add your pin to the map.Read More
The Imagine Louisville 2020 Master Plan for Arts and Culture was launched on April 10, 2017, with a day of art-making and performances at the Kentucky Center for African American Heritage. Lord Cultural Resources in partnership with M2 Maximum Media are proud to have been consultants on this region-wide planning process.Read More
Daniel Nolan of the Hamilton Spectator reflects upon Barry Lord's profound intellect and the maginitude of his contribution to the cultural cector.Read More
In light of the recent passing of writer, arts advocate and former editor of artscanada Barry Lord, senior editor Bryne McLaughlin reflects on the intersecting paths of our publication's history, and the theme of their spring issue.Read More