PAST EVENT: Developing Projects (Intergenerational Focus) with Scotland's Urban Past

A free interactive workshop, featuring ideas and activities for anyone interested in exploring intergenerational (and other) heritage projects.

Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 10:00 to 11:30

Adult Learning Huts, Lovers Loan, Lerwick

Intergenerational Workshop

In this workshop,you can learn activities to engage the generations with investigating, capturing and portraying their place, including community mapping and storytelling.

Scotland's Urban Past (SUP) brings people of all ages together to investigate, record and celebrate their towns and cities. SUP offers free training, including investigating and recording local buildings and landscape and historical research of other kinds, to enable community groups to create and fulfill their own projects about Scotland's urban areas.

Projects supported by SUP can range from soundscapes and short films to using historical documents to myth-bust local urban legends. These can work very well with intergenerational approaches. Got an intergenerational (or other) project idea to suggest? Got a story of your place to share? Anyone can get involved.

There will be the opportunity to book a 1-1 follow up session with Scotland’s Urban Past staff members to discuss and progress any project ideas.

Suitable for heritage newcomers.

Due to limited capacity of the venue, booking in advance is recommended.

Please note, a photographer may be present at Scotland's Urban Past events and the images may be used for promotional purposes.

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