During a joint workshop, residents and other people interested in the neighbourhood work on guidelines meant to help develop cultural and artistic projects in the neighbourhood. In the cultural planning method, it is important to use local resources, both material and immaterial. The workshop aims to identify important and characteristic places, materials, events, emotions, etc. of the neighbourhood, which can become points of reference for those creating artistic and cultural projects. In this way, we build a symbolic ‘compass’, which helps us navigate the successive steps of cultural planning in order to preserve the local character of the activities and their relevance for the neighbourhood.