Gail Lord introduces the Aware-house concept: a transformative space that drives new public conversations on our difficult histories. In her recent Globe and Mail ‘op ed’, Gail discusses how removed statues of fallen figures can help us understand the complexity of the past, help heal the present and create a better future.
The “Awarehouse” is the transformative opportunity to use statues of fallen heroes to drive a new public conversation on difficult histories.Read More
Tune in to Season 3 of Lord Cultural Resources’ popular streaming video series to get the very latest commentary by thought leaders in the cultural sector around the world. Quick hits in under 10 minutes, “Culture Break” interviews bring you practical insights, emerging trends, and lived experiences.Read More
Every summer solstice since 1996, Canadians from every walk of life have come together to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples Day. Today, we'd like to celebrate and amplify the voices of our Indigenous colleagues by sharing events and information related to Indigenous People’s Day.Read More
Thank you to all who joined us for the 2022 AAM Annual Meeting & MusuemExpo! It was an unforgettable experience that allowed us to come together in person once again and learn from the events of the past three years. We were honoured to connect, listen, and be inspired by all of you. Read here some higlights of the event.Read More
International Museum Day exists to raise awareness of the important role museums play in cultural exchange. Museums around the globe are using this day to explore the idea of “The Power of Museums” – what that power is, and how it transforms the world around us.
To celebrate, we’ve even taken it a step further. Join us in expanding the conversation to “The Superpower of Museums.” Check out our video message, then let us in on your museum superpower insights.Read More
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.Read More
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.Read More
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!
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