Digital files of the traveling exhibition that combines the findings and essentials from seven European countries.
We encourage European institutions to use the material to facilitate intercultural dialogue by showing common ground between people’s experiences touched by seven former migration processes.
1. Download the exhibition file from the website, choosing the appropriate language. Make sure to save the file to your computer or another device where you can access it easily. The file comprises 18 panels in a ratio of 9:11, and 2 panels in a ration of 6:11 that can be either attached to walls or hung from the ceiling. The optimal size for printing is 120 cm (width) to 147cm (height), but you can go as low as 80 cm (width) to 98 (height). Choose a dimension that will fit the space you have available.
2. Choose a professional printing service that offers high-quality printing and can handle large format prints. Check their website for information about the types of prints they offer and the sizes they can handle. You may also want to ask if they have experience with printing exhibitions that are hung on walls or from the ceiling, and if they can provide any advice or recommendations for this type of display. Contact the printing service and provide them with the file you want to print. They may require you to upload the file to their website or send it to them via email.
3. Discuss your specific printing needs with the printing service. Tell them the size of the prints you want, the type of paper or material you want them printed on, and any other special instructions or requirements you have. We suggest using lightweight foam boards (like KAPA or FOREX) if you are affixing the panels to the walls, or roll-up film (like White Back Blockout Tradeshow Rollup PET PP Film) if you are hanging them from the ceiling.
4. Be sure to let them know that you plan to hang the prints on walls or from the ceiling, and provide any details about the specific pattern or arrangement you have in mind.
For the best viewing experience the content should be arranged in the following order (please be advised, that the so-called “thematic polarities” need to be presented in pairs):
5. Once you have provided the printing service with the necessary information and they have reviewed your file, they will provide you with a quote for the cost of printing your exhibition.
6. If you agree to the quote and are ready to proceed, provide the printing service with your payment information and confirm the details of your order.
7. The printing service will then print your exhibition using their professional equipment and expertise, and will deliver the prints to you or another specified location.
8. Once you receive the prints, carefully unpack them and check that they are in good condition and meet your expectations. If there are any issues, contact the printing service to resolve them.
9. Once you are satisfied with the prints, you can begin setting up your exhibition using the prints as part of your display. If you are hanging the prints on walls, you may need to use nails, screws, or picture hanging hooks to attach them securely. If you are hanging the prints from the ceiling, you may need to use string, wire, or another type of hanging system. Be sure to follow any instructions provided by the printing service or the manufacturer of the hanging materials to ensure that the prints are hung safely and securely.
10. Once the exhibition is up, please let us know – we would love to see it! Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or tag us on social media: