As covered by the Washington Post and CNET, URME Surveillance is a new media project that protects the public from facial recognition technology by allowing them to wear a prosthetic of artist Leo Selvaggio's face, thus presenting an alternative identity to surveillance cameras. This workshop began with an active discussion about surveillance and its intersection with themes of identity, prejudice, and power. Participants were then invited to make paper masks of themselves or of the artist's face to be worn in a walk to Crown Fountain lead by Selvaggio. All activities were challenge-by-choice. This is also the first time the public has been invited to use their own faces for this project.