To increase audiences for jazz by expanding the outdoor stages in Lowertown for the Twin Cities Jazz Festival.
To celebrate cultural unity by commissioning artists to build giant street puppets for the Unify University Community Parade.
To bring jazz music back to Selby Avenue through a monthly free concert series at Walker West's new music center.
To tell the stories of the state Capitol through a site-specific play generated by the politicians, staffers, reporters and other people who bring the place to life each day.
To engage the commuting public through an intimate streetscape gallery in a vintage fire-hose cabinet near the new Green Line.
To unite the aural and oral experiences of audiences through musical works that accompany particular dishes created by five St. Paul chefs at events in Studio Z in downtown St. Paul.
To pilot Journalism + Design, a new bachelor's degree and minor, at The New School that will teach journalism through a design methodology and mindset.
To expose media and civic organizations to Stanford University's d.school's human-centered design methods and tools, developing transformational leaders who can advance their field.
To support WLRN's use of human-centered design methods to improve its journalism, through staff training and a design engagement with MAYA Design.
To complete a planning process with longstanding and new stakeholders, to leverage and build upon infrastructure improvements of Detroit's central open-air market - ultimately improving Detroit's core city vibrancy.
To support journalism excellence and diversity in newsrooms by creating the Knight-CUNY internships, a paid summer internship program for minority students to build a stronger pipeline of academically excellent, digitally-trained minority journalists.
To support the launch of a Code for America 2015 Fellowship with Miami-Dade County government, which will be the first first CfA Fellows class in Florida.