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.
To establish the Springboard Fund, to support the creation of a series of toolkits that will enable communities to support artists and to develop a network of artist-supportive programs across Knight's resident communities.
To create the Knight Foundation Digital Media Innovation Fund, to support Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Society's digital experimentation with audience engagement.
To create the TU Dance Fund, to support the diversification of the dance community in St. Paul by expanding TU Dance's capacity to cultivate donors and increase programming.
To create the Strategic Growth Fund, enabling Penumbra Theatre, the largest African-American theater company in the nation, to engage new audiences with exceptional contemporary theater.
To support the general operations of the Florida Cultural Alliance, as designated by Michael Spring, in recognition of his 30 years of service to the local arts community.
To raise awareness of the realities of global poverty through ARTecho - an artistic social initiative that will engage Miami residents during Art Basel week.