Lauren A. Merkel, Senior Consultant at Lord gave a presentation at the Bermuda National Gallery on March 2, 2017. By showcasing examples from around the globe, the keynote speech addressed how arts and culture can be used to foster inclusion and exposure to new ideas, as well as offer case studies around interesting collaborations.Read More
The Canadian Museum of Human Rights was featured this week in two great Canadian news publications, the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail.Read More
From November 9-12, Gail Lord participated in the UNESCO High Level Forum on Museums. She moderated the panel on greater national and international cooperation for museums. The Forum resulted in the Shenzhen Declaration on Museums and Collections.Read More
On November 2nd, Lord Cultural Resources was pleased to work with the McLuhan Centre for Culture and Technology once more in their brand new event series, McLuhan Salons. Kevin D’Innocenzo, Consultant for the Exhibitions Team, was joined by Vickery Bowles (City Librarian for the Toronto Public Library) and Anne Michaels (Poet Laureate for Toronto) in a lively panel discussion on the topic of “ReThinking the Global Village”.Read More
Joy Bailey-Bryant, Managing Director U.S. and Senior Consultant, Lauren Merkel, attended the Sing Sing UP THE RIVER Cruise last night to support the Sing Sing Prison Museum.
"The Sing Sing Correctional Facility is a working maximum-security prison where the theories and realities of criminal punishment and rehabilitation have played out for almost 200 years."Read More
Gail Lord and several of Toronto’s leading figures attended the Town Hall Meeting on October 16 as part of the international conference “The Toronto School: Then, Now, Next” (October 13-16, 2016).Read More
On September 24th, the long-awaited National Museum of African American History Culture opened on the US National Mall, in the shadow of the Washington Monument. Lord Cultural Resources is honored to have contributed to a project of such enormous cultural and historical significance.Read More