To foster the local film scene and build community among filmmakers by creating a monthly gathering where producers screen their films in a variety of locations.
To fully realize Phase Two of the Akron Art Museum's collection digitization project, including the development of new content for engagement
To create an innovative five-concert project, including a one-day three-concert festival, presenting contemporary composers exploring their African-American, Asian-American and Latin-American cultures
To encourage broader audience participation in the city's visual arts by expanding "Philly Photo Day 2012," where the community is invited to take and submit a picture that is ultimately used in an exhibition
To reach broader audiences and create engaged online communities by implementing advanced technology and social media in the Frost Art Museum's programming
To engage and inspire young artists by having them create murals in Overtown's historic Dorsey Park commemorate it as the home of South Florida's Negro League baseball team.
To grow the culture of innovation in the San Jose arts community through the support of the New Pathways for the Arts Initiative, a tested national model for innovation training
To celebrate the contributions of Flamenco dance by producing a two-week festival including an educational symposium and performances by groundbreaking Flamenco artists
To bring a meaningful cultural dialogue between artists and audiences by supporting a performing art series and a residency opportunity that includes lectures and master classes at the estate.
To engage audiences in new ways with an interactive event around Shakespeare's Henry IV, enabling attendees to participate in a battle scene
To bolster innovation in the arts by bringing together creative professionals and techies for a three-day art hackathon, where they will develop apps and websites that answer one question: how do we enhance the delivery of local art to users?
To inform, connect and support artists, writers and musicians who wish to be ambassadors for the Everglades by providing month-long onsite residencies