To showcase South Florida's Brazilian community by supporting a Brazilian music institute at Broward College.
To enable Miami-Dade students to learn from jazz greats by expanding Pinecrest Gardens' popular Jazz Series to include a new mentor program.
To bring South Floridians together at the festival, which strives to provide music, workshops and events that nourish both brain and body
To provide professional artists a forum to collaborate and create hybrid works through weekly classes at the organization's Wynwood's studio.
To support first amendment protection by creating interactive databases to help journalists, activists and policymakers confront the threats to free expression with evidence-based research and advocacy.
To engage residents with the Crowdsource Symphony Initiative - a symphonic portrait of Detroit composed by Tod Machover, produced through contributions and collaborations with the citizens of Detroit, and performed by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra
To support the launch of Inside|Out - an audience engagement initiative that brings ornately framed high-quality reproductions of works from the collection of the Akron Art Museum into neighborhoods throughout Summit County.
To raise Miami's profile as a hub for the literary arts and reach new audiences through Detroit Public Television's national broadcast and live stream coverage of Miami Book Fair International.
To support the initial phase of development of Design Guidelines for Robust Engagement, a clear and accessible set of evidence-based guidelines that promote effective strategies for increasing civic engagement via design.
To support the pilot phase of Passenger Center (PASSENGER), a proposed residency for emerging creative practitioners in Detroit's Capitol Park district, where they can share their work with expanded audiences, markets, and provide a proof of concept for the PASSENGER live/work/create concept.
To support a series of public forums examining government secrecy and threats to privacy and the role of media in challenging government on those issues.
To support The Idea Center, which will provide Miami Dade College's large and uniquely diverse student body with the space and resources to connect, collaborate, build and develop their entrepreneurial ideas, thereby helping Miami to harness and retain more of its locally produced talent.