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- Transform museum learning at your institution.
- Activate your organization’s “soft power.”
- Offer practical solutions for even highly creative, non-traditional museum experiences.
- So much more.
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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
Lord's Vice President Brad King dives into a lively conversation with Rashida Phillips, Executive Director of the American Jazz Museum. Rashida Phillips began her work as Executive Director in January 2020. In her About Me statement on the American Jazz Museum website, Phillips notes, “I believe all the roads of my life’s journey have led me to the American Jazz Museum.”Watch video
In this episode, Lord's Senior Practice Leader Dov Goldstein interviews Kimberly Viney, Senior Director at the Niagara Parks Commission.Watch video
Lord Cultural Resources was at The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) National Conference 2019, making a mural in real time based on what people think the future of museums will/could look like. Thank you to everyone who contributed to create this great mural. We are excited to see what the future will bring for museums.Download Poster
Our team at Lord South Asia reflects on, and celebrates the opening of the Bihar Museum.View Resource
Significant research and initiatives have identified evidence of the benefits of art in health care settings. This resource cites these benefits, noting positive health outcomes across key groups in the hospital, including patients, visiting family members and friends, hospital staff and providers, and the public.View PDF
Great exhibits take creative effort and thoughtful planning. Maria Piacente and Katherine Molineux, alongside Judy Koke (Chief Public Programming and Learning, Art Gallery of Ontario) and Courtney Murfin (Interpretive Planning at the Royal Ontario Museum), share their best practices on interpretive planning and visitor advocacy for museums.View PDF