To expand Philadelphia Parks and Recreation after-school engagement program offerings to include a performing arts curriculum.
To support a series of classes, workshops and networking opportunities that will further talent development and foster sustainability for Philadelphia-based artists.
To support a summer dance series that will choreograph and stage live dance productions with live musical accompaniment.
To launch an undergraduate course and speaker series that will explore the artist's role and responsibility to enrich and engage their community.
To support the development and launch of 'Tunnel Cinema' - a series of animation installations along the subway tunnel walls underneath Center City, Philadelphia - curated by new media artist, Sean Stoops.
To support 'Beyond Sustenance' - a series of exhibits, programs and workshops exploring connections within African American culture and culinary arts.
To support BalletX in commissioning two world premiere ballets by two renowned choreographers for the company's Fall Series
To engage Philadelphia residents and attract new audiences to the Mann Center for the Performing Arts with 'Sing Freedom Sing!' - a concert presenting classical orchestral works alongside African-American sacred music and gospel.
To engage audiences in Macon with performances by renowned musicians at the 15th and 16th annual Bragg Jam Music, Art and Community Festival.
To support the digitization of the permanent art collection of the first and only Haitian museum in the United States.
To support production of the 2014 installment of 'O, Miami,' a month-long poetry festival seeking to expose every citizen in Miami-Dade County to poetic literature.
To create the Cultural Opportunity Fund, to provide community-based arts organizations the opportunity to present programming in a new concert hall at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.