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FUNDarte, Inc.

Bringing attention to Miami’s hidden musical talents, many of whom have immigrated to the city and have not yet made it to main stage venues, through a collaborative series with established companies and artists

Florida International University

Exploring the complexities of sea level rise in South Florida through an interdisciplinary performance featuring electronic sounds, orchestral musicians, video and dance in partnership with five prominent local artists

Friends of the Bass Museum

Infusing a library with art through a series of solo artists projects and education programs at the Miami Beach Regional Library while the Bass’ building is under renovation

Fringe Projects Miami

Activating downtown Miami’s less conventional spaces by expanding this site-specific, temporary public art commissioning program

Gay Men’s Chorus of South Florida

Increasing the visibility of South Florida’s LGBT arts scene through joint programming between the chorus, Island City Stage and Stonewall National Museum and Archives

Greater Miami Youth Symphony

Creating cultural exchanges between Miami and Havana students through joint rehearsals and concerts with Cuba’s Amadeo Roldan Conservatory Orchestra

Haitian Cultural Arts Alliance

Exploring the realities of living and creating in cross-cultural communities through the “Borderless Caribbean,” a series of exchanges and exhibitions between Miami and Caribbean contemporary artists


Engaging Miami audiences with an innovative, fully staged performance of a Pulitzer Prize-winning composition inspired by the visual art at the Pérez Art Museum Miami

Independent Ethos

Giving South Floridians an insider’s peek into Miami’s growing indie film and music scene through a website that covers the local industry

Kenny Riches

Strengthening the indie filmmaking community through a screenwriter roundtable where participants can get feedback on new material

Kip Eagen

Engaging transit riders in art by creating a series of artistic billboards along the TriRail tracks that would appear to be an animated flipbook as riders fly by.

Leadership Prep Foundation

Celebrating Bahamian culture by teaching Miami youth to make traditional Junkanoo costumes and instruments, which are used during Coconut Grove’s annual Goombay/Junkanoo Festival and in other events

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