In the spring of 2014, I worked in collaboration with students in Kirsten Hollander's Elements of Visual Thinking course and with Baltimore Design School (BDS) 9th grade students to develop an exhibition exploring "self" using cyanotypes. MICA Foundation students were paired with BDS students for the planning and execution of the project. Working sessions took place at both MICA and BDS where students were able to get to know each other and MICA students were able to instruct BDS students in the cyanotype process. MICA students were introduced to the concepts of teaching and mentorship while BDS students were educated in a new form of art-making. Furthermore, visits to MICA opened BDS students up to the possibility of attending an art school. The project culminated in an exhibition at BDS install by all of the project's participants.