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May 10, 2022
The American Alliance of Museums heads to Boston: what to expect

The 2022 AAM Annual Meeting & MuseumExpo will be taking place from 19 – 22 May at Boston Convention and Exhibition Center. This will be the American Alliance of Museums‘ first non-virtual Annual Meeting since 2019.

Lord Cultural Resources, the world’s largest cultural professional practice, is looking forward to meeting attendees at its booth (1230). Here, delegates will be able to discover more about the company’s offerings, including its Digital Strategy and IDEA Services.

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City of Charlotte Cultural Plan
May 5, 2022
City of Charlotte hires Lord to help develop Cultural Plan

Kevin Patterson, Vice Chair of the City of Charlotte Arts and Culture Advisory Board, shares news of the board’s selection of Lord Cultural Resources to lead the development of the city’s cultural plan.

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Soft Power Destination Awards
April 11, 2022
Soft Power Destination Awards

Lord Cultural Resources is proud to be a part of the LCDBerlin Awards 2022. We’ve partnered with LCD on the Soft Power Destination Award category, recognizing soft power best practice including cohesion, inclusion and community-based bottom-up projects, which impact their local communities.

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Women's History Month 2022
March 7, 2022
March is Women's History Month

All during Women’s History Month we are celebrating women leaders in the cultural sector. Join us each week to meet women whose work inspires us. Thank you for being a force in the global cultural community! 
Follow our Social Media channels and join the conversation. LinkedIn Twitter Instagram

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Black History Month 2022
February 15, 2022
Lord Cultural Resources celebrates Black History Month

Here at Lord Cultural Resources, we believe that Black history is made, and should be celebrated 365 days of the year. This February, we are honoring many of the incredible institutions we have worked with over the years. 

Follow our social media channels to join the conversation.

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BIPOC Fellowship
December 8, 2021
BIPOC Fellowship Launches with support from Ontario’s Lieutenant Governor, Toronto’s Deputy Mayor . . . and Monet!

The public launch of the BIPOC Fellowship took place at the immersive ‘Beyond Monet’ exhibition, bathing all 150 participants in a purple glow.

In her opening remarks, the Hon. Elizabeth Dowdeswell, Lieutenant Governor of Ontario and Honourary Patron of the Initiative, proclaimed “Tonight we are speaking of diversity and inclusion -- a new era has begun for the Gallery, Library and Museum sector in Canada. The impact of the BIPOC fellowship will be felt for generations to come.”

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Plywood Project documentary
November 12, 2021
Plywood Project documentary world premiere

The Plywood Project documentary had its world premiere on November 11th at Doc NYC, one of the largest and most prestigious documentary film festivals.

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National Day for Truth and Reconciliation
September 30, 2021
National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

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.

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World Culture Districts
September 27, 2021
World Culture Districts, Spaces of the 21st century

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.

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Culture Break Season 2
September 8, 2021
Culture Break Season 2

You’re invited to take a ‘Culture Break’ this Friday September 10, at 12pm EST, with Season 2 of Lord Cultural Resources video series that offers a cultural appetizer and entree all in under ten minutes.

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