The images were curated thematically to reflect different experiences of migration. Images are supported by digital stations where visitors can watch a range of commissioned films exploring migration. Through image recognition technology supplied by Blippar, visitors can also interact with a selection of images through Blippar.
An accompanying mini exhibition has also been popping up around Leicester, at the train station fat BBC Radio Leicester and around the University campus. Find full details on the School of Museum Studies exhibition page. See more photographs of the pop-up exhibition at Leicester train station in our Facebook album.
100 Stories of Migration on BBC Radio Leicester
BBC Radio Leicester is building an audio archive of 100 stories from people who came to live in Leicester or Leicestershire from another country. Read the BBC news article to find out more about the 100 Images-inspired project and visit the BBC Radio Leicester website to listen to the fascinating tales that migrants have already contributed to the archive.
Douglas Beoku Betts, who shared his migration story with BBC Radio Leicester, said photos of his great-grandfather and his children helped him learn about his roots.
Do you live in Leicester? Whether you arrived a long time ago or very recently, the BBC would love to hear from you. To be one of BBC Radio Leicester’s 100 stories, email Dimple at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0116 251 6688.
MMP Education Officer Emily Miller chats with photographer Kajal Nisha Patel
Many of Kajal’s striking photographs have been featured in our 100 Images of Migration touring exhibition and play a key role in capturing Kajal’s home city for the 100 Stories of Migration exhibition in Leicester. Watch the video below to find out what inspired her involvement in MMP.
Kajal also led a migration-themed walking tour of Leicester in November 2014 which was featured on BBC East Midlands television news:
100 Stories of Migration featured in Leicester Mercury