The center, which will open on Madison's south side in 2023, is partnering with Lord Cultural Resources for Business Planning.Read More
An Ontario municipality is moving forward with bringing a new learning and tourist attraction to its community
North Perth Council recently voiced its support to construct an Ag Science Centre following a feasibility study, market analysis and interviews with stakeholders.
Project organizers initially called for the facility to be a children’s museum, but the feasibility study funded by the Ontario Trillium Foundation and completed by Lord Cultural Resources, revealed an ag attraction would be a better fit for North Perth, said Kim Kowch, community development coordinator with the Municipality of North Perth.Read More
Yvonne Tang brings 20 years of experience to role, having worked on over 80 projects around the world.Read More
Lord Cultural Resources, the world’s largest cultural professional practice, has announced that Joy Bailey-Bryant will take on the role of President of Lord US, effective from 13 January.Read More
A study on the feasibility of constructing an Agricultural Science Centre in North Perth was brought before council for discussion on Dec. 21. The centre is intended to provide year-round education opportunities, primarily for children, their families and for school groups.
The plan for the centre is to attract both regional residents and tourists because the closest science centres are in Toronto and Sudbury.
“There are federal and provincial capital funding programs that the committee will need to apply to for implementation of the Huron-Perth Ag Science Centre,” said Ted Silberberg, Senior Principal of Lord Cultural Resources.Read More
Newburgh, buoyed by a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and other funding, on Dec. 5 presented the initial results of an analysis of the city’s arts and culture resources.
The report, known as the Newburgh Arts and Cultural Study, was informed by a “citywide conversation” using virtual focus groups, site visits, surveys and interviews, said Naomi Hersson-Ringkog, who managed the project with Naomi Miller.
Lord Cultural Resources, a consulting firm, provided the framework for the study and analyzed the results. Its treatment went well beyond traditional notions of the arts to include libraries, parks, gardens and schools, and it placed its findings in the context of the local economy, education, diversity and identity.Read More
Concentrating correspondence, growing additionally financing, improving regional government backing and approaches, and engaging the city’s different networks are the main concerns for the Newburgh Arts and Cultural Study.
Specialist bunch Lord Cultural Resources drove the examination’s cycle and system, working with a few network guides the speak to different businesses in Newburgh, going from film to generosity to culinary expressions.Read More
Canadians are demanding productive, private, and personalized spaces to live, work, and play. The health and economic implications brought on by COVID-19 have exacerbated our housing challenges. But the crisis has also forced us outside our comfort zones to find new and unexpected solutions.
Running now through November 26, 2020, Future Cities Canada: #UnexpectedSolutions features six weeks of free, virtual program showcasing and building the innovative solutions to create the cities we want and need.Read More
The Newburgh Arts and Cultural Study (NACS), guided by a group of community-based advisors, is working on gathering data for a comprehensive inventory and assessment of the diverse arts and culture ecology in Newburgh for the first time in the City’s history.
Behind the team are three entities: the resident-led Newburgh Arts and Cultural Commission, consulting firm Lord Cultural Resources and project managers Naomi Hersson-Ringskog and Naomi Miller.Read More
“There is a breakdown of the old system,” museum consultant Gail Lord said in an e-mail. “Workplaces are changing thanks to demands of #MeToo, Black Lives Matter and Indigeneity. Museum human resource policies and procedures have not kept pace with this new world, especially not providing training to board, staff and leadership. Staff is frustrated because their complaints are not acted on – so they turn to both social and mainstream media.”Read More