We are thrilled to present the final poster that captures the essence of our month-long celebration. We express our gratitude to all those who have participated in honoring these remarkable women and acknowledge their exceptional work in the cultural sector.
WE INVITE YOU TO DOWNLOAD THE POSTER AND JOIN US IN CONTINUING TO CELEBRATE AND HONOR WOMEN WHO INSPIRE US WITH THEIR REMARKABLE ACHIEVEMENTS.Read More
As a woman-led cultural planning firm we thank all women everywhere who make the world a better place through culture.
Join us every week in March as we honor women whose work in the cultural sector inspires us.
- March 8: Leaders
- March 15: Trailblazers
- March 22: DEAI* Advocates
- March 29: Youth
This month, join us on our social media platforms to hear stories from our friends:
- Michigan Street African American Heritage Corridor, Buffalo, New York
- Weeksville Heritage Center, Brooklyn, New York
- Africville Museum, Halifax, Nova Scotia
- and others
Blooloop has just released it’s third annual 50 Museum Influencer List, highlighting 50 key individuals whose innovation and creativity have been integral to developing today’s museums. Joy Bailey-Bryant, President of our US office, has been voted as one of the top Power of 10 in this list!Read More
We are excited to announce the appointment of Holly Shen as a new Director in the US office of Lord Cultural Resources. Based in San Jose, California, Holly is a thought leader in creative-placemaking, public art, and digital strategy.Read More
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation recognizes the lost children and survivors of residential schools, as well as their families and communities. Continue to read more about what National Day for Truth and Reconciliation is and and what you can do to honor this day.Read More
With great respect and in reflection of Indigenous People’s Day here in Canada, Lord employees had a day to observe and explore what truth and reconciliation means to us as individuals.Read More
Gail Lord introduces the Aware-house concept: a transformative space that drives new public conversations on our difficult histories. In her recent Globe and Mail ‘op ed’, Gail discusses how removed statues of fallen figures can help us understand the complexity of the past, help heal the present and create a better future.
The “Awarehouse” is the transformative opportunity to use statues of fallen heroes to drive a new public conversation on difficult histories.Read More