The Knight News Challenge awards $3.2 million for 17 ideas that help make data work for individuals and communities.
Nicholas Lemann of The New Yorker writes that as nonprofit journalism evolves developing a code of ethics is essential to protecting editorial integrity and cultivating credibility.
The Knight Arts Challenge opens April 4, offering a share of $8 million for the best ideas in the arts that authentically reflect Miami, Detroit, St. Paul and Akron.
Knight Foundation invests an additional $4 million in ArtPlace America to help place arts and culture at the center of community redevelopment.
158 finalists move forward out of more than 4,500 entries in the second Knight Cities Challenge. We will announce the winners this spring.
O, Opera Philadelphia’s new season-opening festival, will embrace a range of new venues and new methods of developing audiences with $2.5 million in support from Knight Foundation.
We fund ideas …from people with the vision, tenacity, courage, know-how, and commitment to discovery to see them through.
We seek to weave the arts into the fabric of communities to engage and inspire the people living in them. We believe shared cultural experiences contribute to a sense of place and communal identity.
We invest in civic innovators who help cities attract and keep talented people, expand economic opportunity and create a culture of engagement.
We support people and organizations committed to advancing excellence in journalism and informing people in communities of all sizes through experimentation, innovation and leadership.
We support projects that seek to improve how we create, share and use information essential to communities by providing early-stage funding for experimentation and growth.