General Howe took us through his journey of creativity, art making and subversion. He took us through his learnings from 16 years of selfishly making art. A huge influence on all of his work came from the philosopher John Dewey, who wrote art as experience. The key takeaway was the importance of using personal context as influence for meaningful work.
General Howe dove into his work, which explores the impact of war in the United States in the beginnings of the 21st century. His notable street art project, The Battle of Brooklyn, has been published in the Huffington Post and New York Street Art. A quote from the Huffington post article is a great glimpse into the way his mind works: Huffington Post Article