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Friday Nights of Rhythm

To foster a sense of community among an often-disparate group of local percussionists by providing free weekly master classes taught by well-known drumming artists

From Rubble to Resurrection

To equip Haitian youths with the historical background and studio skills needed to regenerate the art of Haiti under the guidance of Haitian-American and Caribbean artists

Greater Twin Cities Youth Symphonies

To support the development of a strategic alliance with The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra (SPCO) by providing funds to develop infrastructure and support the administrative integration of both organizations

HAFLAH! Arab Fusion Fest

To bring together Detroit's diverse cultures and communities by producing a fusion event featuring the Michigan Philharmonic and the Michigan Arab Orchestra

Harvey B. Gantt Center

To bring alive African-American arts and history through a bolder, more dynamic education program

Harvey B. Gantt Center Exhibits

To support Gantt Center exhibits and programming in 2013 including the exhibition of Church Hats; works by Jonathan Green; and Question Bridge: Black Males

Hyper Interactive Hip Hop Mardi Gras Parade

To celebrate Detroit's vibrancy by creating a Hyper Interactive Hip-Hop Mardi Gras Parade that combines the unique traditions of the city's Caribbean Mardi Gras Festival, local hip-hop artists and the DIY innovators at the Mt Elliott Makerspace

Inkub8 Residency Program

To establish an artist residency series in Wynwood Art District's only space dedicated to the creation of new performance-based work, offering showings, question and response sessions and a multi-camera recording system

Light Factory Lecture Series

To provide a lecture series with notable internationally renowned artists and thereby offer the Charlotte region an in-depth look at the creative process and the power of moving and still images

Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project

To organize Light/The Holocaust & Humanity Project, a three-month, community-wide project that addresses the lessons of the Holocaust and how they relate to such issues as bullying, hate crimes and racial profiling

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