This chapter provides an overview of many issues that students might encounter in the setup of community performance groups. Some people like to fund all members working in a community group. This belief might be based on an analysis of cultural labor and on the fact that work is differently valued when it is “paid.” Most community activities have unspoken or implied access requirements, and these access issues preselect potential participants and target groups. When the access criteria and target group match, this might not be a problem, but when they do not, it is hard to get participants and project together. Guided by simple rules, starling murmurations can react to their environments as a group without a central leader orchestrating their choices; in any instant, any part of the flock can transform the movement of the whole flock.