Working for one museum is great, but working with many is even better. Emily Berg had the opportunity to work on many different projects during her time at Lord as an Exhibition and Events Intern.
Megan Lynch started at Lord Cultural Resources in June, and is set to enter her second year at the Schulich School of Business at York University. In her time at Lord, she wove business and arts and cultural elements together – taking the lessons she learned in the first year of her MBA and allowing her to apply them to real world projects.
Ngaire Blankenberg explores the soft power potential of Olympic National Houses first hand during the 2016 Games.
The Soft Power Destinations Awards celebrate many of the little and big actions and decisions that often go unnoticed but are brave and thoughtful and have ripple effects in trying to make the world a better place. We wanted to recognize not just the visible markers of amazingness – the exhibitions and architecture – but also the incredible work being done ‘behind the scenes’ that gives an institution its soft power. We want to applaud destinations that are influential, not because of their price tag, but because of the way in which they relate to and are received by the communities around them.
Barry Lord looks at the historic decision for Britain to leave the European Union, and discusses potential for this decision to boost sustainability.
Kevin Valbonesi discusses the benefits of social media to Italian museums outside of major tourist cities.
Jessica Kropf is about to wrap-up her internship with Lord Cultural Resources, but it’s not the only thing she’s been up to. Meet someone who’s really learning everything she can about the cultural sector.