Grand Case:—The Les Fruits de Mer association is thrilled to launch its new mobile heritage preservation studio. The portable studio can go anywhere. It is made to capture and preserve culture and heritage through oral history and other forms of archiving.
“We wanted to create a small mobile system so we could record heritage all over the island,” said Mark Yokoyama, co-founder of Les Fruits de Mer and Amuseum Naturalis. “It’s simple, it’s not pricey and it lets us document heritage on the go.”
The studio includes a scanner for photos, letters, and memorabilia, and a photo kit for heritage objects.