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February 5, 2020

Brampton 2040 Speaker Series

Four nights | 10 Speakers | Hundreds of Ideas

At this free event you will hear from and engage with international leaders who have successfully implemented transformational change in other communities.

The series, part of a larger project that is aimed at developing the Brampton 2040 Plan to implementing the Brampton 2040 Vision, that followed extensive public engagement in the fall of 2017.

The Brampton 2040 Vision was endorsed by Council in May of 2018. Brampton 2040 depicts a more sustainable, urban, vibrant and economically successful direction for the City. Building upon the 2040 engagement process, the objective of these events is to share ideas with the community as to how we can move from vision to action.

Brad King, Vice President with Lord Cultural Resources, is taking part at the series on February 5, 2020

Location: The Rose, 1 Theatre Ln.​
Event Date(s): January 22, January 29, February 5, & February 12
Doors Open: 6:00 PM
Start Time: 7:00 PM
End Time: 9:00 PM
Fees: Free

Tickets: Register here


Brad King

As Vice President with Lord Cultural Resources, Brad King oversees a number of the firm’s planning and implementation services. Having led or contributed to more than 200 museum planning projects in over 15 countries since joining Lord in 2000, he is an experienced, versatile and knowledgeable  consultant who consistently demonstrates an ability to see through to the heart of a particular issue or problem.

Brad works in both management consulting and museum exhibition development and has particular specializations in master planning, collection analyses, business planning and museum learning strategies. He brings a wealth of national and international experience to his work and has led or had a major role in numerous museum planning projects in Canada, the U.S. and around the world.

Brad holds a Ph.D. in History from the University of Toronto and is a frequent presenter at museum and academic conferences. He is the author of chapters in The Manual of Museum Learning (1st ed., 2007) and The Manual of Museum Planning (3rd ed., 2012 :  Chapter 5, “Understanding Collections ) and is co-editor of The Manual of Museum Learning (2nd ed. 2016).