Students from Tallinn are looking for memories of of the “glorious days” when the Kirov fishermen collective on Viimsi peninsula was know all over the Soviet Union.
The first visit to the Polish cemetery was a great experience for the team of Smila Lyceum working on the project ‘Mystery clad in marble.‘ We had not expected such a neglected sight, but were also struck by this place where each square meters breathes glorious historic past. Stone tombs and sepulchers – most of Read more about Mystery clad in marble (UA)[…]
Visiting 19th century factory buildings in the Polish city Łódź or an old fisherman collective in Estonia, analysing photos of teenage fashion in Soviet times in Ukraine or meeting witnesses of WW II in Moldova… until October young people in six countries will discover hidden stories in their home towns.
Virtual glasses, individual stories, historical objects, education – these are the main features of the Danube museum. A boat will float across the river and bring the exhibition to visitors in different countries. Read the concept of Violeta, Anatolii, Monica and Sergei.
On the fourth day of our training, we visited Wrocław which is the European Cultural Capital of 2016. During a guided tour, we got to know different layers of the city’s history and the main narrative of Wrocław as a multicultural city. We also visited a temporary gallery at the main square where the exhibition Read more about Wrocław – Cultural Capital of Europe[…]
Open Air Museum in Mereni (partially under construction), Moldova – From narratives to exhibition, Creating a place of pilgrimage for all those who feel affected by the repression that they or their relatives were subjected to and to those who want to know more about the political repression in Moldova. A place to bring the Read more about My dream: Open Air Museum in Mereni (MD)[…]
I want to tell you about a dream I had…and I am talking about it in past tense because last year I made it possible through a project.
29 participants from six countries and many stories to be shared and heard! The 2016 training has started. The six day course will give participants the chance to explore questions of history, memory, identity, and narratives – and work on methods how to deal with them in international youth exchange and projects with young people. Read more about Training has started![…]
Good news – the next round of OUT will start soon. This year we are looking forward to a training, local activities in Estonia, Germany, Moldova, Poland, Romania and Ukraine – and an international youth meeting!
Andrea, Caro and Tanya presented OUT at #fwd:europe conference in Berlin.