Whether your challenges involve day-to-day operations, or ambitious, transformative goals, we have tools to help you. From infographics and tip sheets to in-depth multimedia resources, these tools can:
- Transform museum learning at your institution.
- Activate your organization’s “soft power.”
- Offer practical solutions for even highly creative, non-traditional museum experiences.
- So much more.
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On this episode Veronica Gonzales, Thought Leader, Lord Cultural Resources, sits down with Tracy Colunga, Chief Innovation Officer at the City of Long Beach, to speak about the development of the Latino cultural center project! Tracy rose from officer, to manager to Chief Innovation Officer through her 15 year tenure at the City of Long Beach. She has led the City of Long Beach Office of Civic Innovation since 2017/2018. Her passion to build a Latino cultural center is a culmination of being the granddaughter of migrant farmworkers and having a mother who worked a blue collar job.Watch Video
A miniseries between the Garden Conservancy and leading experts who are leveraging the power of gardens to transform the world. In this second segment, the Garden Conservancy's James Brayton Hall is joined by Joy Bailey-Bryant, Lord Cultural Resources, and Lori Fogarty, the Oakland Museum of California.Watch Recording
Consistent community engagement at different stages and times in a museum’s operations is essential to success. Many museums and cultural organizations recognize the need for community engagement during major changes such a new building or a new strategic plan, but how do you plan to engage consistently throughout your museum operations? Read this tool to help you strategize, plan and practice a myriad of methods to engage your community.View Resource
The National Holocaust Monument will be Canada’s first national monument dedicated to the Holocaust. Located in Ottawa, the nation’s capital, the Monument will honour and commemorate those who were murdered under Nazi tyranny as well as acknowledge those survivors who were able to come to Canada. Gail Dexter Lord and Dov Goldstein, reflect on Lord Cultural Resources' journey towards the creation of the National Holocaust Monument in Canada.View Resource
In this TEDx Talk Janera Solomon talks about the path to succeed in a project and accomplish goals. Janera Solomon is the executive director of the Kelly Strayhorn Theater, a historic live arts venue in Pittsburgh, and has worked with Lord Cultural Resources in several projects.Watch Video
How can culture lead regeneration in urban development projects? In this panel introduction at the 2016 Bay Area Economic Summit in Hamilton, Ontario, Gail Lord highlights success stories of urban renewal projects, and cultural potential within industrial landscapes.View PDF