The mapping process can rely on a variety of creative tools to visualise relationships with the given place. In the digital collage workshop, we use materials from digital libraries, private collections and personal impressions of the participants. People taking part in the workshop represent different groups of residents – those who have lived here for generations and those who have only recently moved into the neighbourhood. Each of them brings their own story that will contribute to creating the future of the neighbourhood, along with photos and souvenirs from the past. The collages, created using simple graphic tools, illustrate their daily life in the neighbourhood, their different perspectives on the same places, their history and future. This workshop can be held in a common room, but also online. Depending on the group’s preferences and skills, collages can be made by them personally, with the support of an artist or by the artist him-/herself based on materials provided by the group. The results of the work are presented in the form of an exhibition on panels in the neighbourhood – first in one of the locations (square, park). Later, each of the boards can be presented separately in different places that agree to host them, like in Nowy Port (Gdańsk, Poland): a shop, a hairdresser’s, a kindergarten, a library.