Projects and Collaborations

We continuously work in project format with varying structures. In terms of duration, collaborations can range from a few months to several years. We operate both locally, nationally, and internationally. What all projects have in common is that they enrich and develop the activities, focusing on promoting and safeguarding the oral storytelling tradition. We aim to stimulate oral storytelling both as a cultural form and as a means of communication and exchange of experiences among people.
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Creative Europe – Cassandra
A project for young storytellers representing five international storytelling festivals in Europe. The aim is to enhance the capacity of both storytellers and storytelling organizations to work internationally, reach new audiences, and highlight the role of culture in society.


The Cassandra Project aims to support Young Storytellers (YS) aged 18 – 30 to become ‘socially engaged performers’ ready for international stages. Five European countries will be part of the project: Poland, Belgium, Netherlands, Sweden and Norway. The project will also help international storytelling festivals reach new audiences, champion art for social good and build platforms for the next generation of tellers. Based on the techniques and approaches used in The Cassandra Project, a public training resource will be created for anyone who wishes to expand and support the impact of youth storytelling. The Cassandra Project secured funding through Creative Europe with the Federation for European Storytelling (FEST) as the primary partner.


Socially engaged storytelling is telling stories that matter personally on topics that matter globally; it’s telling stories that address and promote awareness of social issues and encourage conversation and positive change. It goes beyond entertainment, aiming to inspire action and create a more inclusive and just society.


Creative Europe   ICH Journeys
A collaboration with Thomas More University in Belgium and a group of UNESCO-accredited NGOs from several countries to explore innovative and creative processes for integrating living cultural heritage into the tourism sector.


Erasmus+ – Sharing intangible cultural heritage knowledge in Nordic and Baltic Region
One goal is to increase awareness of the intangible cultural heritage, it’s social and cultural significance among various professional stakeholders. To establish and strengthen networks for collaboration and exchange between experts on intangible cultural heritage and organizations in the Nordic-Baltic region.


Erasmus+ – Storytelling – a key to inclusive society
The city of Kuldīga in Latvia is facing a nomination as cultural heritage within the World Heritage Convention, and they are seeking inspiration from Fairy Tale Country to utilize our method in creating an inclusive city for the future.”
Project number: NR. 2022-2-LV01-KA210-ADU-000099986.
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