Storytelling for education and entertainment: correct and not boring
Storytelling for Children and Families
Churches, museums, archaeological sites, temporary exhibitions and other heritage sites are the caretakers of hundreds of stories. And the best stories entertain, educate and inform all at the same time. They are often a mix of news, historic facts, people, places, dates, anecdotes and legends along with contributions by historians, journalists, editors, teachers, theologians, politicians and eye-witnesses.
How can we make these sometimes complicated narratives understandable as well as entertaining? D’Uva Workshop seeks to engage and enrich children’s experience of art through communicating simple concepts and visions that will unleash their imagination, through our audio guides, video guides, multimedia kiosks, apps.
Education & Entertainment
The creative lab at D’Uva Workshop has years of experience in transforming complex contents into educational and entertaining stories that children love – and we have used some very unconventional and innovative ways to do it!
Our children programs are designed to be historically correct without being boring. They aim to connect the story told with the daily life of young visitors in order to give them the tools to understand what they are seeing. The contents produced for the young visitors often include interpretation by characters designed for the program itself, and added sound effects, music and games.