Although risk-taking is seen as a trending term in the museum field, is it an ideal tool leading to museum success? To look deeper into this question, this panel brings together professionals from various fields of expertise that have divergent experience taking risk in their respective institution to complete a project, from exhibition design to programming. Join Kathleen Brown, COO of Lord Cultural Resources on February 7 in Toronto.Read More
Join Senior Consultants Christina Sjoberg and Sarah Hill at AltCon 2019 on February 25 in . Identifying a need, the Alternative Conference for Emerging Arts & Culture Professionals (#AltCon2019) uses stimulating content to empower and equip a bold next-generation of cultural sector professionals, instilling confidence, honing skill sets, and charting a clear path to career goals. Once equipped they will inspire new thinking and blaze new trails in the cultural sector. #AltCon2019 breaks the paradigm of traditional conference norms allowing professionals to explore meaningful networking and learning from their peers in a variety of session styles and topics.Read More
The symposium is organized under three inter-related themes: Vision, Implementation, and Sustainability (or Life after Opening). The content of each day will reflect these themes across a broad range of museum sizes and scales, budgets, scope of building projects, disciplines, and collecting vs. non-collecting institutions.
Join Maria Piacente, Vice President, Exhibitions & Events with Lord Cultural Resources, where she will attend the session "360° Perspective: Planning and Implementing the New Tennessee State Museum".
Building Museums Symposium 2019 will take place on February 28, 2019 in New York.Read More
Bermuda will host a major international conservation conference in 2019, according to the Bermuda National Trust. The BNT won a bid for the International Conference of National Trusts 2019, which is expected to bring 150 representatives of conservation groups around the world.
The forum, from March 27 to 30, marks the group’s 18th conference. According to a Trust statement issued this afternoon, it was last staged in Bermuda 30 years ago. It will coincide with the fourth Caribbean Conference of National Trusts, allowing trusts from around the region to discuss issues.Read More
The Canadian Museums Association (CMA) National Conference 2019, “What Now? What’s Next?” will take place on April 14 – 17, 2019 in Toronto. Join the team from Lord Cultural Resources for a variety of workshops, panels, and case studies throughout the conference, including the Closing Keynote by Gail Dexter Lord. Stop by Booth #7 to talk to the team and tell us more about what now, and what’s next for your museum.Read More
APA's 2019 National Planning Conference is the premier planning event of the year. NPC19 will bring together the hottest topics, the latest tools, and the leading voices with something new to say.
Museums can amplify civic discourse, accelerate cultural change, and contribute to the society equity action among citizens and policy-makers. Learn how museums that focus on tragedy can bring people together for reconciliation and conversations to make our communities better. Join Joy Bailey-Bryant at the American Planning Association 2019 National Planning Conference in San Francisco on April 14th, where she will attend the panel "Tragedy & Tourism: Reconciling & Renaissance"Read More
Open to all professionals who engage audiences with science and technology, the Ecsite Conference offers an intense mix of intellectual stimulation, experimental formats and inspiring human encounters.
Meet a crowd of approachable, creative and experienced professionals, keen to share and collaborate.
The 2019 edition of the Ecsite Conference will be taking place in Copenhagen, Denmark, from 6 to 8 June (with pre-conference workshops on 4-5 June). This will be the 30th edition of the conference.Read More
The Media Ecology Association 20th Annual Convention is taking place on 27-30 June 2019 in Toronto. This year’s theme “Media Ethics. Human Ecology in a Connected World”. Gail Lord, President and Co-Founder of Lord Cultural Resources is on the Honourary Committee for the conference.Read More