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July 5, 2024
Your turn: Together, we will transform our community through arts and culture

“The Arts Council believes that investing in arts and culture will uplift the entire Rockford region by telling Rockford’s many stories.

The Arts Council consulted with Lord Cultural Resources whose mission statement is ‘making the world a better place through culture’, and that starts from within their team. We’ve had the honor of working with a powerhouse team from Lord. They’ve impressed city officials, community leaders, and Rockford Region residents with their knowledge of Rockford’s history and their Rockford current events proficiency — I hear about regional wins from the Lord team before they hit our media’s websites.”

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Jamie Bennett
June 6, 2024
Congrats to Lord Thought Leader Jamie Bennett!

Please join us in celebrating  Jamie Bennett, Lord Thought Leader and Associate, as he takes on his latest project: interim co-CEO of Americans for the Arts (AFTA), alongside Suzy Delvalle.

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The Leaf
May 10, 2024
Congratulations to the Award-Winning The Leaf

We’re thrilled to share that The Leaf has been recognized with a National Award of Excellence from the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects. We worked with Assiniboine Park from 2015-2023 to help plan this new horticultural attraction in Winnipeg.

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May 3, 2024
Misko-Aki: Navigating Excellence in Cultural Exhibitions

Congratulations to the team who helped make Misko-Aki: Confluence of Cultures a recipient of the nationally prestigious Canadian Museums Association Award for Outstanding Achievement in Exhibitions.


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Leadership Announcement
May 2, 2024
Gail Lord Announces New Managing Partners

“I am thrilled to announce the expansion of our leadership team and to share that Joy Bailey-Bryant, Dov Goldstein and Javier Jimenez have joined me in leading Lord Cultural Resources."

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Manual of Museum Management Third Edition
April 25, 2024
We’re delighted to announce the newest addition to the Lord library of books.

Manual of Museum Management for Museums in Dynamic Change, the third edition of the classic, is an exciting guide in a time of sweeping changes. Renowned museum planner and Lord President and Co-founder Gail Dexter Lord applies her international experience to create this comprehensive and detailed guide to the tools and strategies needed to successfully address today’s issues and opportunities.

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April 22, 2024
Celebrating our time at the Canadian Museums Association Conference and Museums Canada Summit

Our team had a wonderful time at the two deeply meaningful gatherings, and we were so happy for the opportunity to connect. Here’s a recap of the exciting few days.

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Women's History Month 2024
March 8, 2024
Honouring Women’s History Month

We hope your month is full of stories that celebrate and honour the extraordinary women who are uplifting, inspiring and transforming the world around them.

As a woman-led cultural planning firm, we wanted to highlight some women we’ve worked with who are making the world a better place through culture, so we asked our team for their picks.

We got back some incredible recommendations, too. Here are just some of the standout nominees who are shifting the cultural landscape. 

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Black History Month 2024
February 8, 2024
Honouring Black History and Futures

At Lord Cultural Resources, we honour Black histories, heritage and futures 365 days a year.  

Our deep experience creating transformative experiences and engaging storytelling allows us to work with communities to bring stories to life. In a world that often marginalizes Black voices and experiences, we are sharing two extraordinary projects that communicate the enduring power of resilience, community and hope.

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Manchester Museum
January 23, 2024
University museums are experiencing a renaissance by Brad King

The title of this article is the first line of the introduction to my New Directions for University Museums, an edited volume just published by Rowman and Littlefield. And it’s true. Wherever you look, university museums are pioneering new ways to interpret collections, to use objects as teaching tools or to deliver innovative programs to engage the communities in which they are located.

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