Time Magazine has assembled their firs annual list of the World’s Greatest Places and four former clients of Lord Cultural Resources have made the list!Read More
The Korean language rights to The Manual of Strategic Planning for Museums have been purchased by East-Asia Publishing Co.Read More
QUANTUM: The Exhibition opens at the Ontario Science Centre on August 18th. Exploring the current research and results of the scientists who study at the quantum level—the unseen world around us made-up of particles, forces and fields—to understand the natural world.Read More
We are happy to announce Joy Bailey-Bryant's promotion to Vice President, Lord Cultural Resources. Previously the Managing Director of the U.S. office, Joy is a specialist in museums, cities and cultural development and a leader in the field of outreach and consultation.Read More
A new summer exhibit is open to visitors at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights dedicated to the life and history of Nelson Mandela.
"Having initiated this exhibition with the CMHR five years ago, I am delighted to see it come to fruition," said Gail Lord. "Canadians played an important role in supporting Mandela's anti-apartheid struggle. Today we are very happy to be helping the Museum to circulate this exhibition across Canada."Read More
REYKJAVIK Iceland’s iconic Perlan Museum has launched a spectacular, immersive new exhibition that explores the geological forces that make the country a wonder of the world. Lord Cultural Resources is proud to work in partnership with the Perlan and to have contributed to the planning and design of this dramatic new exhibition.Read More
TThe Planet MTL Urban Ecosystem Exhibition was a finalist for the 2018 GLAMi Award in the category of Exhibition Media or Experience: In-Gallery Interactive.
Lord Cultural Resources worked with NGX Interactive, Expographiq, and WeatherstonBruer Associates to create this innovative, educational exhibition designed to immerse visitors in learning about Urban Ecosystems.
The Nordic Museum in Seattle opened its doors for the first time on May 5th. The Secretary General of the Nordic Council of Ministers, Dagfinn Høybråten, along with the Danish crown princess, the Icelandic President, Guðni Th. Jóhannesson, Jorodd Asphjell MP (NO) of the Nordic Council and the Nordic ambassadors to the United States attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony at the official opening of the new museum.
See the Nordic Co-operation for more details about the Grand Opening.
Start planning your visit to the Nordic Museum!