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Media Coverage

May 10, 2022
The American Alliance of Museums heads to Boston: what to expect

The 2022 AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo will be taking place from 19 – 22 May at Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. This will be the American Alliance of Museumsfirst non-virtual Annual Meeting since 2019.

Lord Cultural Resources, the world’s largest cultural professional practice, is looking forward to meeting attendees at its booth (1230). Here, delegates will be able to discover more about the company’s offerings, including its Digital Strategy and IDEA Services.

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May 5, 2022
City of Charlotte Hires Globally recognized firm to help develop long-term Cultural Plan

Reaching a major milestone in its efforts to invigorate the local creative community, the City of Charlotte's Arts and Culture Advisory Board has selected Lord Cultural Resources to help create a comprehensive cultural plan for Charlotte and Mecklenburg County.

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April 11, 2022
Serendipity Arts Festival awarded best Cultural Festival at 8th LCD Berlin Awards

The Serendipity Arts Festival has been awarded the Best Cultural Festival award in the traveller's award segment, at the 8th Annual LCD Berlin Awards 2021-22. 

"LCD Berlin would also like to thank our distinguished international jury and our collaborating partners, Berlin's Senate Department for Economics, Energy and Public Enterprises, Korn Ferry, Lord Cultural Resources, SUNx, and all of our remarkable nominees who are shaping culture worldwide, many who have shifted from physical locations to hybrid digital experiences as the pandemic has shown us that we need to rethink how we engage with destinations."

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March 11, 2022
ART BEAT: Artworks Gwinnett names Lord Cultural Resources as consultant to facilitate the development of a creative economy

After years of dreaming, planning, interviewing, and discussing how to steer the county’s future with a creativity-driven plan, Artworks Gwinnett announces that Lord Cultural Resources has been chosen as the official consultant for this exciting effort.

Over the next several months, experts from the New York City-based company will work with all facets of the county to develop this plan. The results will be a roadmap for a Gwinnett strengthened and enhanced by heritage, community, common future goals, and a “celebration of the good life” that is to be found here.

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March 5, 2022
Kingston’s Arts & Culture Master Plan unanimously OK’d by Common Council

Kingston’s new Arts & Culture Master Plan 2022 creates a roadmap for how best the city government and community can help support the arts and culture locally.

During an online meeting Tuesday, March 1, the Common Council voted unanimously to adopt the Arts & Culture Master Plan 2022. It is the first such city-wide plan and is aimed at helping strengthen Kingston’s creative economy and supporting individual artists and arts organizations.

Lord Cultural Resources was the consultant used by the city to create the plan.

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February 19, 2022
Kingston step closer to adopting arts and culture master plan

Kingston could soon have its first city-wide arts and culture master plan to help strengthen its creative economy and help support individual artists and arts organizations.

Joy Bailey-Bryant, president of Lord Cultural Resources, said her team was the consultant that helped the city create its arts and culture plan. She said the plan helps prioritize the community’s needs and identifies several opportunities, including fostering greater collaboration and communication in Kingston’s creative community and ensuring affordable and accessible space for artists and creatives.

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February 13, 2022
New plan charts course for African American corridor

The long-stalled Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor has a new blueprint for creating a local educational attraction and tourist destination.

Consultants that helped develop the strategic action plan were Lord Cultural Resources, based in Toronto; Elizabeth Kennedy Landscape Architects, based in Brooklyn; and Jon Stover & Associates, based in Washington, D.C. 

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February 7, 2022
Art, Spaces and the Crisis of a Pandemic

On February 6, the two-day international symposium of the Kolkata-based Centre of International Modern Art (CIMA) kicked off, close on the heels of the 2022 edition of the CIMA Awards, which took place the day before at Taj Bengal. 

Taking the conversation on museums forward was the day’s final session titled Contemporary Role of Museums and Universities in the 21st Century. “Science is at the basis of museums but we often don’t think about it,” said Gail Lord, president and co-founder, Lord Cultural Resources, a Toronto-based global cultural consulting practice which offers planning services for museums, art galleries and other cultural institutions. “Imagination is the accumulation of democracy, science and community. It’s about unconventional spaces, bringing the past and present together and thinking imaginatively.”

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January 31, 2022
Christie showcases Canadian wonders with projection show

Christie, the global visual and audio technology company and official projection and display partner for Expo 2020 Dubai, has revealed its Christie 1DLP laser projectors are fascinating guests with stunning visuals in the Canada Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai.

Canadian contracting company EllisDon, alongside Lord Cultural Resources, NGX Interactive and kubik maltbie as strategic partners, were awarded the contract to design, build and maintain the pavilion. kubik maltbie engaged Christie partner Electrosonic and Eos Lightmedia to deliver the AV systems and interactive lighting systems respectively, to be installed in the pavilion’s public presentation spaces. 

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January 14, 2022
Seaport receives $519,000 in grants

Mystic Seaport Museum has announced it has received three grants totaling $519,999 from Connecticut Humanities, a nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The museum said it will use this funding to support diversity, equity, accessibility and inclusion, or DEAI, training across all departments. The museum has hired the firm Lord Cultural Resources, which helps museums with DEAI principles, to help with the effort.

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