Jack Lohman CBE, is an internationally recognised leader in the development of museums and cultural policy. He has worked with governments in Africa, Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Jack worked with His Grace the Archbishop of Cape Town, Desmond Tutu, on plans for a peace centre in Cape Town, with the Swedish History Museum in Stockholm on turning the fort at Vaxholm into a Peace Centre and numerous human rights visitor experience projects such as the Simon Wiesenthal Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.
“Anna Lubelska and The Peace Building in London project can always count on my support.”
In his book, Museums at the Crossroads, Jack Lohman shares his views on the role of museums in the various cultures of the world, on the importance of architecture and design in the personality of a museum, on the challenges of creating resilient cultural institutions in the face of financial crises, and much more. He speaks from the heart and from his many years of experience in some of the great museums, in London, Rio de Janeiro, Cape Town, Warsaw and many other cities around the world.