Participants from Grace Eyre taught new participants, including staff from Grace Eyre, how to make acetate portraits.
Working in a different space to the exhibition meant we had to rely on our memories and documentation of it. Not being able to see the exhibition itself helped us to think about and discuss what we had seen.
Tracing drawings and photographs of the exhibition helped us notice things about it that we did not think about during our visit, for example, the lighting.
Drawings from week one became motifs or repeat patterns and inspired new drawings and ideas.