To use mythology and art-making to assist urban male youth in thinking creatively and analytically about their own lives. Alchemy will host workshops on mask-making, talisman creation and painting over the course of two years, engaging the youth in conversations about how they perceive themselves, and culminating in a final project.
To support the growth of an emerging Akron dance company through the acquisition of works by contemporary choreographers and expanded marketing capacity.
To support the production of Cuentos de Peregrinacion/Tales of Pilgrimage - a community-sourced bilingual song cycle opera commemorating the legacy of Cesar Chavez.
To support a musical composition workshop in Akron led by world renowned musician Béla Fleck and string-quartet Brooklyn Rider.
To support BRING IT! - a summer programming series at the ZERO1 Garage that will engage audiences through public workshops, and bring innovative artists who are pushing the boundaries of digital culture and art to San Jose.
To support ongoing investment in emerging cultural organizations which are unique in their programmatic approach and reach diverse audiences.
To support distribution of Concierto, a bilingual classical music program featuring the work of Latino musicians.
To mark the fifth anniversary of the John S. and James L. Knight Masterworks Season with a classical programming series at the Adrienne Arsht Center.
To increase the capacity of Charlotte’s leading young theater company to engage new audiences with immersive theatrical productions.
To establish the Latin Songwriters Hall of Fame, committed to recognizing, spotlighting and nurturing the artistic achievements of Latin music makers.
To bring more music to Philadelphia's Latino communities by working with organizations to develop a new outreach initiative bridging classical and Latin music
To engage Philadelphia in a dialogue about young people being shuttled from school into the criminal justice system by supporting a two-year residency of actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith.