Over 8 weeks, The Cad Factory, Griffith Regional Art Gallery, The Art Factory, Kalinda School and Western Riverina Arts worked together to create a pop-up supported studio at the beautiful and peaceful Lake Wyangan studio. In this period, four senior students from Kalinda School, Giannin Papalia, Joel Stedman, Tanielu Tinei and Teresa Gullo, along with Layla Bacayo and Brad Wilson, created artworks for Yield.

This kind of studio practice is the first time learning disabled artists in the Western Riverina have had an opportunity to work in such a studio environment. As Brad commented, "the lake supported studio has been like my home away from home."