Museums as Cultural Hubs: the Future of Tradition
On 1-7 September 2019, Kyoto will be the city to receive some 3,000 participants to the ICOM General Conference. A flood of discussions and exchange of ideas on museum-related issues will sweep the city during the week. From excursions to workshops give you opportunities to engage with other museum professionals and enthusiasts and to broaden your experience and understanding of the museum world.
Gail Lord, President, Lord Cultural Resources is one of the speakers on the session 'Large Impact by Joining Forces': 4 September 2019, 13.30 pm (Kyoto International Conference Center).Read More
Every three years the world’s museums gather. This year it’s in Japan. During the first week of September, Kyoto will be the city to receive some 3,000 participants to the ICOM General Conference.
Gail Lord, President of Lord Cultural Resources presented a session entitled ‘From Islands to Hubs—the Future of Museums’. Gail addressed the difference between districts, clusters and hubs, and presented examples of museum hubs and their significant impact on the quality of urban life, knowledge creation and the economy. The presentation was visualized through a Live Sketch courtesy of ICOM Netherlands.Read More
Lord Cultural Resource's Soft Power Destinations partner, Leading Culture Destination, is co-hosting LCD Salon 2019. The salon will take place on the 12th of September 2019 in Berlin. This ‘invitation only’ event will be hosted by visitberlin and LCD, the salon will be facilitated by Johnny Cornwell, executive director of the Science and Human Dimension Project based at Cambridge university, England.Read More
Twice a year, MTA convenes gatherings of museum board members and senior staff to discuss and ignite conversations around topics essential to museum trustees today.
Over several days of programs and events, you will hear from experts, learn from peers, and dive into pressing topics that museums are currently addressing.
Hear from the experts at our 10/18 Cleveland Forum diversity panel: Joy Bailey Bryant, Cyra Levenson, Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley, retired US Ambassador to Malta, and Christina Carr.Read More
Hosted every year since 1968, the Annual Conference is MCN's marquee event and draws over 600 cultural heritage professionals from museums, historic sites and visitor attractions in North America and beyond. Attendees come from all areas of practice, from IT to digital outreach and visitor engagement, to collections, conservation, archival, libraries, curatorial, education, marketing, and more. A must-attend for all professionals in the musetech sector! MCN 2019 will take place in San Diego from November 5-8, 2019.
Sarah Hill, Senior Consultant, Lord Cultural Resources is presenting Culture, Cities and Digital Technologies – Building Strength Through Cross-Discipline, Cross-Sector and Cross-Country Collaboration.Read More
The Museum: Identity Marker, Actor of Cultural and Socio-economic Development in the Caribbean and its Diasporas
The 2019 MAC Conference and Annual General Meeting will take place in Fort-de-France, Martinique from
November 12-16, 2019. Hosted by the Collectivité Territoriale de Martinique (CTM), this multi-lingual conference will bring together museum and cultural heritage site professionals and students across the globe to explore the ways in which Caribbean museums in the region and in its diasporas have served as socioeconomic agents for the creative industry, drivers for economic development and heritage instruments in the service of cultural diversity.