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Join Lord's Vice President Brad King in conversation with Steve Cheasley, Board member of Exporail (The Canadian Railway Museum/Le musée ferroviaire canadien), and President of The CRHA Foundation. Exporail’s mission is to develop, preserve, and showcase a collection of Canadian railway heritage objects and allow the public to live the railway experience in person.Watch video
In this episode, Lord's Principal Consultant Lisa Wright joins in conversation with Tim Johnson, Indigenous Advisor: Museums, Heritage, Legacy.Watch Video
In this, Lord’s inaugural episode of Culture Break, join Lord's US President Joy Bailey-Bryant in conversation with Raymond Codrington, Ph.D., President and CEO of Weeksville Heritage Center, Brooklyn.Watch video
Our team at Lord South Asia reflects on, and celebrates the opening of the Bihar Museum.View Resource
Lord Cultural Resources Director Javier Jimenez reflects on the experience and lessons from The Best in Heritage 2017 conference in Dubrovnik, Croatia.View Resource
Lord Cultural Resources Co-Founder and President Gail Lord reflects on the trail of some of Georgia O'Keeffe's favorite views in New Mexico.View Resource
This paper outlines a conceptual model for adaptive reuse of heritage assets which has been produced in an effort to fill a gap in information, address the complexity of developing heritage assets and encourage more responsible and responsive treatment of heritage assets.View Resource
As funding models and populations change, we become more removed in time from the periods many historic house museums represent. This raises an important question: what can the museum sector do to bring visitors, funding, and vitality to these iconic house museums?Read Blog Post
Gail Lord highlights the crucial role of heritage spaces in fostering innovative business hubs and contributing to Toronto's rise as an urban, enterprising city. Presented at the 2013 Heritage Toronto Awards.Watch video