The Perlan Museum of Natural Wonders was the winner of the Association of Registered Graphic Designers (RGD) 2020 So(cial) Good Design Award in the Education Category.
In 2016, Lord Cultural Resources was invited to be a part of an international team tasked with re-imagining the iconic Perlan in Reykjavik, Iceland. The exhibition is a spectacular, immersive experience that explores the geological forces that make the country a wonder of the world.Read More
At our most recent staff meeting, the conversation among our teams from Europe, Asia, and North America turned to memories (oh how we miss travelling!) about some of the most extreme projects from Lord consultant's nearly 40 years in the culture sector. Reade more our more memorable "extremes".Read More
Fellowship 2020 for Black Americans in Museums, Arts, and Cultural Spaces brings together talented African/Black American emerging leaders based on their leadership promise and work in museum, visual arts, and other cultural spaces. The program connects fellows to positions of leadership in the field as well as highly accomplished national and international arts and cultural leaders.Read More
The exhibit Inspiring Montgomery at Green Gables Heritage Place has received a Bronze award in Interpretation Canada’s 2019 Award of Excellence.
Lord Cultural Resouces was commissioned, along with Origin Studios and Kubik, to produce the Interpretation and Exhibition Design Concept and execute the Content Development for the entire exhibit area, including the outdoor trail experience through Lover’s Lane that interprets literary, cultural and local history.Read More
Lord Cultural Resources is launching a new suite of services to help cultural institutions emerge from the pandemic shutdown stronger and more resilient than they began. The services address immediate concerns about engaging with audiences, supporters, and communities, as well as longer-term strategies for reopening, adapting, and thriving in the months and years to come.Read More
Recently the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) organized a webinar focusing on the state of creative cultural industries. The OECD recognizes the economic vibrancy of the cultural and creative sectors as sources of both direct (jobs, tax revenues, etc.) and indirect economic and social benefits (contributions to place-making, innovation, and social cohesion in particular). This webinar illustrated the opportunity to think about the entire cultural ecosystem and forge a more integrated sector that can help many organizations become more flexible, resilient, and sustainable, no matter what changes the future may hold.Read More
Museums and galleries face enormous challenges as they are forced to close their doors in the wake of COVID-19 — but this doesn’t mean they can’t connect with their public. The potential for online collections, concerts and virtual tours to provide a refuge of calm and fill the void created by social distancing is unprecedented.
This Special Edition of Cultural News, a curated collection of stories about how the global pandemic is affecting cultural institutions and how they are rising to the challenge by increasing their digital presence online.Read More
We’re seeing more of our clients than ever before! Why?
As we all work to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, we at Lord have implemented our telepresence strategy, holding all our meetings on Zoom.
We look forward to seeing our clients around the globe face-to-face again once the pandemic is under control. In the meantime, we provide advanced telepresence services that allow projects to stay on schedule, and also offer many advantages: Sophisticated tools (including breakout rooms, survey, polls, and more) facilitate rich participant feedback and interaction. We can also record and transcribe all online meetings, providing a valuable reference for your team and ours.Read More
The Leading Culture Destinations Awards – or “The Oscars for museums” – have been decided and three incredible organizations have won this year’s Soft Power Destinations of the Year, in partnership with Lord Cultural Resources.Read More