In 2019 we'll be supplementing the site with archival material, and soon we'll be updating the gallery and content, including texts, descriptions of sculptures and help pages). We also plan to expand the project by scanning the sculptures held in museums in Ivano-Frankivsk and the surrounding region, as well as those in Buchach in the Ternopil region. With sculptures located are in different cities we're developing tourist routes to help take you from one to the next.
Now the team is working on an audio guide in Ukrainian and English which we'll unveil in September. Translations of relevant texts are also planned for Czech, Polish and German, all of which along with the guide will be integrated into the app and website.
In September, the Centre for Urban History and Ukrainian Catholic University will hold public presentations reviewing everything we've done – the site, the app, the audio-guide, the 3D models, our research and educational materials. The idea is to spur the conversation among the public on the importance of preserving cultural heritage.