This chapter addresses some of the wider issues of the practice including the difference between “collaboration” and “participation” and the relevance of interdisciplinary working. The notion of identity is considered in relation to the diversity of the communities involved, together with positive connections to be made between creative production and learning. Next there is discussion on creative opportunities opened up through the Internet and new developments in technology, followed by exploration of the choice whether to work as an individual artist or through an organisational base. A critical look is taken at different regimes of arts policy and funding, and the role of art with a social agenda is then considered in relation to urban regeneration. The chapter concludes with a look at the wider social impact that can be made through art, and the question as to whether social change brought about through an arts project can be assessed.