The exhibition continues.
I now begin to organise the final online sharing event. This is for anyone who has participated in the project. We are sharing all the projects through digital links and then meeting to discuss the project as a whole and possible ways forward. This will be on Zoom to enable everyone to participate. Unfortunately too many people couldn’t make the date in January so we had to re-schedule for February 10th.
Meanwhile, there was the exhibition de-install to plan and sorting out how to deliver the artwork to the partners so it can continue to be displayed beyond the end of the project.
I reached out to Tullie House to see our artwork up in the gallery with the group who made it but unfortunately due to timetabling changes with their inclusive art group this wasn’t possible, which was a shame.
December - lots of friends, participants and other visitors visited the exhibition. Members of staff and volunteers at the Sill loved the exhibition and said how many positive comments the exhibition was receiving and how well it fitted into their building. This is a first for them - where the exhibition runs through all their circulation spaces. The red Frontier Voices branding strip works really well leading you through the building.