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 develop a series of shared community experiences that serve as a focal point for all including performances and learning opportunities for area youth.
To expand Tuesday Musical's Artist in Residence program allowing members of the community to engage with visiting performers through workshops, lectures and intimate concerts.
To produce at least 110 intergenerational, non-commercial programs per year ranging from intimate cabaret-style concerts to multi-day performances.
To provide extensive arts training for African American youth in Akron through the YEPAW Summer Intensive, a performing arts training program at the Youth Excellence Performing Arts Workshop (YEPAW).
To engage Akron area audiences with innovative chamber orchestra performances.
To engage audiences with 'Street Opera' - a series of events bringing culturally diverse opera performances out of the theater and into non-traditional venues throughout Charlotte.