To launch iNotes, a smart phone application that provides real-time and in-depth program notes developed to increase an audience's knowledge of and appreciation for classical music
To develop musical talent and engage Philadelphia audiences through support for the Curtis Institute ArtistYear Fellowship Program - a program that embeds professionally trained musicians in the community for a full year of service.
To continue the Camden Community Partnership Initiative, including a Neighborhood Concert program and several outreach activities
To establish a new outlet for public art that showcases temporary installations to the city's tens of thousands of daily commuters
To promote economic stability for the city's cultural community by offering support to emerging creative businesses with pre-seed funding, mentorships programs and workshops
To provide the public with user-friendly access to the Barnes collection through a state-of-the art mobile application for audiences of all ages
To engage Philadelphia audiences with artistically excellent dance through support for BalletX's 10th anniversary season.
To engage Philadelphia audiences with the 2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival - a forum for cutting-edge dance, theater, visual arts, music and spoken word performances set in venues across the city.
To engage Philadelphia in a dialogue about young people being shuttled from school into the criminal justice system by supporting a two-year residency of actress and playwright Anna Deavere Smith.
To foster a lifelong appreciation of the arts by offering free or discounted admission to venues and performances for college students
To create a performing arts program series that will bring into City Hall musical concerts and dance, theatrical and spoken word performances
To support the exhibition "Dancing around The Bride: John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Jasper Johns, Robert Rauschenberg, and Marcel Duchamp" from October 2012 to January 2013 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art