Ngaire Blankenberg muses on how cultural institutions can provide an encouraging environment to newcomers and those looking to learn a new language.
By: Kevin Valbonesi The following blog post contains excerpts from an article by Gail Lord and Ted Silberberg, Balancing Money and Mission: Critical Issues in Museum Economics. Should museums charge […]
By Ngaire Blankenberg The Bardo Museum in Tunisia was attacked and 21 people were murdered while I was in the middle of the opening plenary for the United Cities and […]
By Jesika Briones, Advanced Energy Centre, MaRS Discovery District This article was originally published on MaRS blog. It’s been reposted on our blog with the author’s permission. I recently decided […]
By Sushrut Patgaonkar Mumbai is a city of 20 million dreams, we journeyed to Dharavi where a million of those dreams live, work and pray. We walked for 2 hours […]
By Shubha Khandekar The India team of Lord Cultural Resources has recently visited the Barabar caves located in the state of Bihar, India, in regards to the Bihar Museum’s exhibition […]
By Ngaire Blankenberg This article was previously published at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights’ blog. On the night Mandela died, I went to his house and joined the gathering- […]