Projects developed by PNAP members inside and outside the prison are designed to engage issues and bring forward the questions and visions of the students in our classes. Over the years, PNAP members have developed projects specific to individual courses and created themes that are discussed and developed in many classes, over several semesters. Projects materialize as videos, installations, paintings, works on paper, performances, and texts. Content for projects is often developed across a range of communities: artists in the prison, poets in Chicago, students in university classes, community partners. PNAP members have worked collaboratively to author books, create public artworks, produce touring exhibitions, and more. PNAP projects have been used in K-12 and college classrooms, projected on prison walls, and performed in parks and at Stateville prison.