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Posts Tagged ‘Museum’

Chimczuk Museum in Windsor Opens in Time for Black History Month
February 25, 2016

The Chimczuk Museum opened just in time to celebrate Black History Month. We touch on a few of Windsor’s stories that tie into Black History Month and that you can explore in-depth at the newly-opened museum.

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Knowledge: The Most Valuable Raw Material
February 17, 2016

Kevin Valbonesi talks about knowledge, the most valuable resource known to humans and tells you where to find it.

The Language of Museums: Soft Power at Work
February 2, 2016

Two years ago I arrived in Barcelona not knowing any Spanish at all and quickly realized that without neither Spanish nor Catalan (the main language of Barcelona)-I would never understand…

Consumers or Stewards: Do our energy transitions really define who we are?
September 18, 2014

By Jesika Briones, Advanced Energy Centre, MaRS Discovery District This article was originally published on MaRS blog. It’s been reposted on our blog with the author’s permission. I recently decided…

A Trip to the Barabar Caves
February 3, 2014

By Shubha Khandekar The India team of Lord Cultural Resources has recently visited the Barabar caves located in the state of Bihar, India, in regards to the Bihar Museum’s exhibition…

To A Long Life…
December 18, 2013

By Ngaire Blankenberg This article was previously published at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ blog. On the night Mandela died, I went to his house and joined the gathering-…

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…

Colombia’s Cultural Initiatives – Notes from the Field
October 20, 2011

By Kyle Keefe Earlier this year I traveled to Colombia, where I had the opportunity to visit a number of cities, museums and cultural sites. I encountered inspiring cultural initiatives…

Do Adults Really Want to Play in a Museum?
January 21, 2011

by Ngaire Blankenberg I’m thinking about interactive museum exhibitions. Of course, everyone who is recommending an interpretive approach will include ‘interactives’ as a ‘category’ of exhibition, to meet the needs…

The World’s Largest Egyptian Antiquities Museum Construction Project – Grand Egyptian Museum
August 23, 2010

By Maria Piacente, VP Exhibitions, Lord Cultural Resources Lord Cultural Resources is on the team of the joint venture between Hill International and EHAF Consulting Engineers contracted by the Ministry…

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