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.Read More
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.Read More
Explore the 1917 Houston “Mutiny & Riots” through the words of decedents and community members with six onsite audio experiences, available until September 26th.Read More
We were thrilled to visit the re-designed and reinvigorated Bobby Orr Hall of Fame opening on July 19th. Our team has been working hard to bring refreshed exhibitions and experiences to the town of Parry Sound, and we couldn’t be happier with the results.
On July 1st, the Chinese Canadian Museum in Vancouver, B.C. will open to the public. The museum serves as a testament to Chinese Canadian experiences, contributions and heritage while elevating and engaging with voices and communities across the country. The opening date is a significant one, as it is the 100th anniversary of the Chinese Exclusion Act, the racist legislation that effectively stopped immigration from China for 24 years in Canada.Read More
Today is National Indigenous People’s Day, a time to celebrate and recognize the unique heritage, diverse cultures and outstanding contributions of First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples.
At Lord Cultural Resources we are grateful to work within the traditional territory of many nations and for the opportunities to learn about and share the rich and diverse cultures, voices, experiences and histories of Indigenous people in Canada. We have had the opportunity to work with many incredible Indigenous partners who do just that. Here are a few whose important work we’d love to share.Read More
Today, we embrace Juneteenth as a day of remembrance, reflection, and celebration. It serves as a poignant reminder of the long, arduous, and continuing journey towards freedom and equality. Juneteenth is a day to acknowledge where we have been, how far we have come, and how much further we have to go.Read More