Visual evidence of forced migration can be found everywhere in the once multi-ethnic regions of Central and Eastern Europe. Documenting and interpreting this evidence is crucial to understanding and expanding the visual memory of this painful chapter of European history. The educational project 'Visualisations of 20th-century Forced Migrations' – an initiative of the European Network Remembrance and Solidarity (ENRS) and Deutsche Gesellschaft e.V. – offered an opportunity to explore historical sources creatively and to produce artworks that enhance the visibility of these events to the public.
The four-month programme ends with a closing seminar and presentation of works developed by participants from eight European countries. The meeting takes place at the Depot History Centre (Centrum Historii Zajezdnia) in Wrocław, on 17–19 November.
A film presenting an overview of the projects will be displayed at the Depot History Centre until 3 December.