To merge two indie-arts genres by translating the music of rock band Dr. Dog into a theatrical spectacle
To launch an artist exchange program that brings together Cuban artists from Havana and Miami to present exhibitions, in partnership with a local university.
To engage more audiences in the city’s Latino arts scene by organizing gallery exhibits, including mixed-media installations and music performances
To promote Miami's international art scene by bringing together 10 celebrated artists to create a first-of-its-kind, outdoor exhibit of giant, inflatable sculptures
To support communications tools and exchange of information through publications, research, and professional development opportunities
To research, catalog and produce theater-related activity for the first research- and production-oriented Holocaust-related theater archive and digital website
To help develop local screenwriters through a fellowship competition where all finalists receive mentoring and classes to improve their work
To launch a new media and communications strategy in conjunction with an interactive Town Hall meeting at the 2010 National Conference in Atlanta, Ga
To support downtown arts summer programming, including Lock 3 (concerts and festivals) and Lock 3 Summer Arts (professional and apprentice student public art), for this, the 10th-anniversary season of Downtown Akron's premier event and entertainment venue
To celebrate Mexican culture by creating a children's mariachi academy in South Dade.
To expose South Florida audiences to global art centers through a film festival focused on cinema in Nigeria, home to one of the largest film industries in the world
For First Person Arts RAW program to help emerging dance, theater, and literary artists address social problems through boundry pushing performances.