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This summer, Isaac Butler published an essay in The New York Times entitled “American Theater Is Imploding Before Our Eyes.” The publication sparked a lot of conversations among everyone in and near the performing arts. While there was general agreement with that diagnosis, there was far less consensus about the underlying cause and even less agreement about the best course of treatment. Please join Isaac, along with Nataki Garret (One Nation / One Project and Stephanie Ybarra (Mellon Foundation), for a wide-ranging, online conversation about the state of our field, how we got here, and where we might go next. The conversation will be moderated by Jamie Bennett (Lord Cultural Resources).Watch Webinar
Arts and culture play a tremendous part in Smart Growth America’s mission. Joy’s keynote discusses what practitioners have been taught on the role of arts and culture in cities and explores the following questions: Who is involved? Who is this for? Who gets to decide? How do we as practitioners/how have we democratized these processes in a certain way?Watch Video
Lord Cultural Resources is pleased to announce the release of its latest publication, the Manual of Museum Exhibitions 3rd Edition. To celebrate with us, we are hosted a webinar on the latest trends in museum exhibitions. During the hour-long webinar, we talked with the book’s editor, Maria Piacente, followed by a panel discussion with museum and cultural expert contributors.WATCH VIDEO
This is a recording of the first session of the Creative Communities Commons (CCC) series at the School of Cities.
Gail Lord has developed a concept for an “Aware-house,” not a ware house, but an Aware-house as a place to put memorials and other works that have been removed from public squares. It is neither shrine nor graveyard, but a site of truth, reconciliation, and collective recovery where activists, artists, curators, historians, political scientists, psychologists, sociologists, and the public can come together.View Resource
In this special, two-part episode, learn about Marcy Grossman’s public service career spanning 27 years -- up to her appointment as Canadian Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE). Yvonne speaks to Marcy about her experience as a Jewish woman working in a predominantly Arab country that’s just celebrated it’s 50th anniversary, the UAE’s achievements in economic growth, innovation, and the role of women in society. Marcy also speaks to the importance of Expo Dubai 2021 and Canada’s representation at the Expo among 191 participating countries. Finally, get insights on how the Canadian pavilion was used locally, on the ground, to showcase Canadian culture.Watch Video
On this episode Kathleen Brown, Vice President, Lord Cultural Resources speaks to Mary Kershaw about growing up visiting museums and embarking on a major strategic planning process at the height of the pandemic. Mary explains how the pandemic spurred ideas around the Museum and its future, as well as why strategic planning is important as the Museum looks ahead to its upcoming centennial.Watch Video
Gail Lord speaks to John G. Hampton, Executive Director & CEO MacKenzie Art Gallery, about the challenges faced by museum executives during an era of great change, as well as the reconciliation, decolonisation, and Indigenization of institutions. John also discusses Radical Stitch, the most significant exhibition of contemporary Indigenous bead work ever presented in North America.Watch Video
On this episode Yvonne Tang, Director, Visitor Experience, Lord Cultural Resources, talks to Liwy about the newly opened Museo Miraflores, its transformation and the ins and outs of implementation. Learn about Mayan culture and why Museo Miraflores is located on what was the southern end of the ancient Maya city of Kaminaljuyú. Liwy talks about how visitors are experiencing the new Museum and some of its most popular exhibits.Watch Video