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In celebration of International Museum Day, we are pleased to announce Lord’s new video series, “Culture Break.” Each week, we will feature a member of our team in dialogue with thought leaders from some of the 2,700 institutions we have worked with over the years. Hear from some of the most innovative, forward-looking professionals at art, science, and history museums, zoos and botanical gardens, museums of social justice and human rights, cultural centres, and libraries all over the world – in a lively 5-minute format!View All News
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month. This annual celebration means more than ever this year in light of a recent rise in anti-Asian violence in the US, Canada, and elsewhere. We invite you to start the month off right by visiting this beautiful portal into current exhibits, collections, and other materials related to Asian and Pacific American heritage. We thank the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, National Endowment for the Humanities, National Gallery of Art, National Park Service, Smithsonian Institution, and United States Holocaust Memorial Museum who joined together to create this outstanding tribute to generations of Asian and Pacific Islanders who enrich America's history — and its future.
Lord Cultural Resources has been honoured to work with many great museums and cultural centers across North America preserve the history, heritage and culture of Asian Americans, including the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, and the Asia Society.View All News
Qaumajuq, a $65-million Inuit art centre that opens Saturday and is billed as the largest public collection of Inuit art in the world, is not only impressive in scope.View All News
An Ontario municipality is moving forward with an Ag Science Centre, an exciting new learning and tourist attraction for the community. Their support was based on Lord’s work on a feasibility study, market analysis, and interviews with stakeholders.“It is a special talent of Lord that we help communities achieve outcomes that create value and meaning,” says Gail Lord. “This often means helping them create a new concept and giving them the tools and confidence to implement it.”
Lord Cultural Resources was selected to conduct a feasibility study for a children’s museum to be located in North Perth, a small municipality that serves a substantially agricultural rural region. To avoid potential duplication with an existing children’s museum in the larger region and to widen the age focus, we recommended a modification of the concept to be an agriculture-focused science centre – the Huron Perth Ag Science Centre - that would also include an area for very young children. View All News
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.View All News