To revitalize open spaces in the Brightmoor community by commissioning local artists to replace blight with public art
To increase exposure for local artists with Building Audiences, a curation project on The Key, a website showcasing Philadelphia's thriving local music scene
To inspire Detroit through film by creating a signature film festival for the city
To deepen amateur musicians' engagement with classical music by offering adults opportunities to perform alongside the orchestra's professionals.
To engage the community in hands-on art-making by expanding the reach of a mobile studio where participants create projects inspired by their neighborhoods
To create innovative programming around the return engagement of the nationally acclaimed Civil Rights exhibit, COURAGE: The Carolina Story That Changed America
To explore cultural understanding through the arts by having nationally known choreographers engage communities in creating new works that explore cultural identities and expression
To support DLECTRICITY, a free nighttime contemporary art festival featuring site-specific installations of light, 3-D video mapping, sound and performance in Midtown Detroit's Woodward Corridor
To bring Detroiters together by expanding the light-based outdoor art festival DLECTRICITY to include a permanent installation on Woodward Avenue, among other things
To bring Dance Africa to Philadelphia, presenting African dance while building community among people of African descent and members of all ethnicities
To support the digitization of the permanent art collection of the first and only Haitian museum in the United States.
To bring bold, highly theatrical performances by dancer/choreographers Eiko & Koma to two unique public outdoor spaces, the Reading Viaduct and PAFA’s Lenfest Plaza