Technical equipment of the exhibition of the Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Museum of the liberation struggle in the “History of the UPA” hall
Realized 15.11.2021 - 25.01.2023
56 869 UAH
Ivano-Frankivsk Regional Museum of the Liberation Struggle named after S. Bandera (22 Tarnavsky Street) is the first museum of the history of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement in Ukraine, established in 1996. Some of the technical equipment in the museum is out of order and outdated.
Ivano-Frankivsk needs a modern historical museum as an institution representing historical science that studies the history of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement. This is relevant due to the great interest of our region in tourists. In addition to satisfying gastronomic tastes, skiing and walking mountain routes, a separate part of tourists has a great desire to learn the history of our region. So that, we need to invest in the museum in order to get good reviews about our city in the long term, get more tourists, and most importantly — continue to cherish and protect our historical memory.
The project aims to create modern communication that will allow visitors to receive diverse information about the history of the Ukrainian Liberation Movement through a lively and interesting presentation form.
To make these plans come true, through the grant support of Urban Space 100, the History of Ukrainian Insurgent Army exhibition hall was equipped with multimedia equipment, which allowed access to digitised museum exhibits from the museum’s funds, as well as historical video and audio recordings.
Due to the begging of the full-scale invasion, the project could not be implemented according to the terms set forth in the contract, and it was extended and announced in January 2023.