Canada’s federal government has provided an opportunity on September 30 for all federal employees and employees of federally regulated companies to learn about and reflect on the legacy of residential schools. This is named the National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. We invite you to join us in this day of reflection, if you are not sure where to start, here are some helpful resources.Read More
Cultural districts are playing a key cultural and social role throughout the world in the twenty-first century. They offer an incomparable density of art and culture and have a profound influence on the development of cities and regions. "World Culture Districts" presents the first-ever overview of this phenomenon, featuring fifteen of the most important cultural districts on six continents. The range of different kinds of cultural districts and their respective influence on space and society is revealed, and essays by international experts such as Gail Lord, Adrian Ellis, Matthias Sauerbruch and Louisa Hutton, Vitus H. Weh and Christian Strasser shed light on current issues surrounding their development and impact.Read More
Join Gail Lord as she reflects on the origins of Lord Cultural Resources and the role of modern museums today, in these two interviews hosted by Level5 Strategy, a leading Toronto-based strategy and transformation consulting firm.Read More
On Indigenous Peoples Day, and every day, all of us at Lord Cultural Resources stand by and with Indigenous people, especially those experiencing generational trauma from Canada's residential school system and from ongoing systemic racism.Read More
In celebration of International Museum Day, we are pleased to announce Lord’s new video series, “Culture Break.” Each week, we will feature a member of our team in dialogue with thought leaders from some of the 2,700 institutions we have worked with over the years. Hear from some of the most innovative, forward-looking professionals at art, science, and history museums, zoos and botanical gardens, museums of social justice and human rights, cultural centres, and libraries all over the world.Read More
Project Row Houses has been shortlisted for the upcoming LCD Berlin Awards 2021, in the category 'Soft Power Destinations'- in collaboration with Lord Cultural Resources.
In their seventh year, the Leading Culture Destinations Awards proudly recognise the leading cultural organisations, initiatives and locations globally. The LCD Awards are proudly dubbed the ‘Oscars For Museums’, and it is with great excitement we share with you that this year we continue our successful collaboration with the city of Berlin. The LCD Berlin Awards 2020 had a media reach of 450M+, partnered up with The New York Times and Condé Nast.
Read about our work with Project Row HousesRead More
Presenting new leadership opportunities for BIPOC professionals in the Canadian arts and culture sectors.Read More
We are pleased to announce Yvonne Tang as the new Director of Visitor Experience at Lord Cultural Resources.Read More