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Posts Tagged ‘Museum’

What’s the Deal with Non-Profit Boards?
May 15, 2017

The quality of the relationship between the non-profit board and the organization it governs is one of the most critical contributors to organizational health and success. In practice, the risks of…

Museum of the American Revolution
May 2, 2017

Museum openings are always exciting, but the long-awaited opening of the Museum of the American Revolution was on another order of magnitude.

Finally, Finally, Finally: The National Museum of African American History and Culture
January 18, 2017

Joy Bailey Bryant recounts her emotional experience visiting the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

The Soft Power of Olympic National Houses
October 28, 2016

Olympic National Houses are set up by some of the competing countries at various venues throughout the host city for the duration of the Olympic and some extending to the…

Emily Berg – Intern Profile
October 28, 2016

As part of her University of Toronto’s Master of Museum Studies (MMSt) program, Emily Berg completed her three month internship at Lord Cultural Resources’ Toronto Office as an Exhibition and…

Celebrating Soft Power
October 28, 2016

The world feels a bit topsy-turvy right now. Everyone is shouting. Peacock displays of hard power abound. In the cultural sector, we seem to be doing a lot of waiting….

Italian Museums Need to Say “Ciao!”
June 20, 2016

Kevin Valbonesi discusses the benefits of social media to Italian museums outside of major tourist cities.

Keeping Busy In The Cultural Sector
April 12, 2016

Jessica Kropf is about to wrap-up her internship with Lord Cultural Resources, but it’s not the only thing she’s been up to. Meet someone who’s really learning everything she can about the cultural sector.

Short, but Sweet: Learning at Lord Cultural Resources
April 1, 2016

Last summer, a friend asked if I had ever heard of Lord Cultural Resources. He followed his question with the comment: “when I came across them I thought, this place…

Sprucing Up the Historic House – No Renovations Required
March 22, 2016

Shaelyn Amaio discusses a few ways that historic house museums can be as welcoming and fun as they were for their original occupants.

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