On 24th of September 2020, Laimikis (Ukraine) had a chance to present its experience in applying the storytelling approach to preserving and sustainable use of the heritage sites.
Jekaterina Lavrinec took part in the 'Cultural Heritage Forum' as a lecturer. Preservation and Promotion at the United Territorial Communities (UTC)" arranged by the Regional Methodical Center of Culture and Art in Ukraine in cooperation with the Ukrainian Cultural Foundation and Cultural Heritage Organization. One of the lectures presented was "Creative Communication of Cultural Heritage: City Games."
Among the examples of the urban games, Jekaterina has presented the development of the game "Upė - stories flow," based on the stories about the river and riverside.
Although the game itself was developed based on the stories shared by people from the Kaunas region's communities and focused on the Nemunas River, it can be used in various cultural contexts.
Jekaterina has also overviewed the forms of collecting the local stories and turned them into a tool for revitalizing the heritage sites.
Attractive forms of communicating the cultural heritage values are crucial for the preservation and responsible use of the cultural heritage sites.
You can follow Laimikis project and game development on their I_Improve pages.
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