With reference to the projects outlined in Part One, consideration is given here to the production processes involved in socially engaged art. How an artwork is conceived, constructed and negotiated, who it serves and belongs to, and the ways it is disseminated and gains an “afterlife” all determine the way it interacts with the world. Both process and product are examined here to reveal some of the wider ramifications of practical procedures, concerns and issues that can arise. These include the management of collective production with multiple participants, those structures and devices that can facilitate engagement, and some of the challenges faced through collaborative working in the public domain. Product is considered in both its material and virtual manifestations, together with methods of formal and informal evaluation, plus an insight into problem solving procedures when not everything goes to plan.