To promote cutting-edge contemporary art by expanding the reach of Fort Lauderdale's FATVillage Projects Contemporary Art Space, which provides a home for artists to create and present experiential work.
To examine the connections between art and technology by creating a new public center for artistic discovery, experimental performances and innovative exhibitions.
To support a Hialeah-based artist collective in creating artistic interventions throughout the city.
To showcase Miami through images by creating a photography center at the museum focused on curating exhibits and engaging the community in documenting life in South Florida.
To expand the reach of the company's Afro-Cuban Dance Festival which produces an array of workshops reflecting the diversity of the African diaspora.
To create an aesthetic voice for Miami-Dade County by launching a literary publishing house.
To bring the 'Super Bowl' of poetry to Broward County schools through a friendly poetry competition that empowers and unites students through spoken word.
To unite Key West through a kinetic sculpture parade, where artists, bike riders and the community co-create a wacky display of art on wheels.
To capture South Florida's history by digitizing the work of Miami photographers from the 1970s and '80s and publishing them in a book series.
To preserve Haitian rara, a form of festival music used for street processions, by creating a youth rara institute where teens can learn to play and make traditional instruments.
To further develop South Florida's distinct brand of urban funk dance by training young artists and providing them with opportunities to perform.
To share the stories of modern-day Marines and their families through a multimedia performance based on their wartime experiences.