To engage Philadelphia youth with 'Cool Jobs' - a three-day career expo that will introduce at-risk teens to local artists and real careers they can attain in the creative economy.
To accelerate the transformation of the Ben Franklin Parkway into a world-class, pedestrian-oriented cultural campus through coordinated, extensive public space investments
To create a signature public space for Philadelphia by advancing the redevelopment of Dilworth Plaza
To construct a facility in center city Philadelphia that will house the relocated world-renowned Barnes Foundation collection and educational space
To highlight the new cultural and economic vision for the Benjamin Franklin Parkway by catalyzing the growth of the Philadelphia Book Festival
To help transform historic Dilworth Plaza by commissioning sculptor Janet Echelman to create an artwork inspired by the site's historic association with water and steam
To engage new audiences in the visual arts by launching With Art Philadelphia, a two-year joint marketing program that includes late-night happenings for younger audiences at local museums
To premier 'GPS Intersect/Open Air,' a project by internationally renowned new media artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer that will transform the Philadelphia night sky into an array of lights through searchlight voice activation via mobile devices
For enhancement of community engagement programming through the creation of a new Camden-based play that will be researched and performed with community participation
To conduct an evaluation of the impact of the Community Partners in Arts Access initiative on cultural participation in North Philadelphia and Camden
To build audiences for classical programming by providing a new 'Cross-Over Classical' series presenting world-renowned pops and contemporary artists with orchestra for The Mann's 2011-13 summer seasons
To implement the Knight Fellows Pilot Project in Miami and Philadelphia - providing filmmakers in Knight resident communities with an opportunity to participate in local programs modeled on the success of the Sundance Institute's intensive film-making workshops.