This chapter traces work through cSPACE, initially established at University of East London following the demise of the Art of Change at the turn of the millennium. A more individualistic political era accepted the social value of art, and incorporated it into schemes to counteract social exclusion. Projects of this time included The Catch public artwork, involving local children, and also VOLCO, which drew on Internet technologies to counteract lack of creativity in the school curriculum while introducing young minds to the idea that they could indeed create a new world. The mentoring scheme Cascade involved three levels of education over five years to address issues of local regeneration and in its last stages culminated in online guides produced by and for young people. Growing consciousness about the environment led to an exploration of biodiversity in the tidal Thames, while Active Energy mobilised older people to explore how renewable energy might benefit their community.