To infuse Downtown Miami with the arts by expanding a cabaret-style, weekly jazz performance series in the lobby of the Gusman Center.
To reimagine Opa-locka's Ali Baba Avenue by engaging the community to make it a large-scale public art project.
To create a performance series that mixes 20th century science and science fiction movies with musical improv and multimedia presentations.
To engage local choreographers in creating site-specific work in non-traditional spaces that is free to all.
To celebrate Miami's many cultures by setting traditional Indian dance to the rhythms of Adrian Castro's Afro-Caribbean poetry.
To provide a space for filmmakers, performance and visual artists to collaborate on productions that marry technology and performance.
To give local artists more access to the seven remaining historic houses of Stiltsville by creating an aquatic-inspired arts incubator and residency program.
To enrich the lives of children in South Miami-Dade's migrant farming communities by providing transportation to the Children's Voice Chorus' program in Palmetto Bay.
To bring high-quality film screenings and video installations to more South Floridians by supporting programming at Wynwood's The Screening Room.
To raise the profile of Caribbean artists by staging showcases that feature the work of cutting-edge filmmakers, musicians and visual artists.
To provide a space for up-and-coming musical talent to perform by opening up Downtown Miami's Trinity Cathedral twice a month.
To showcase South Florida's Brazilian community by supporting a Brazilian music institute at Broward College.