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Springboard for the Arts

To bring Springboard for the Arts' Community Supported Art program to Knight Foundation's eight communities over the next two years, inspiring local art movements

Urban Reef: Coral Morphologic

To support the expanded scope of Urban Reef - A series of Fluorescent Coral Video Projections across the City of Miami during Art Basel 2010

Miami City Ballet

To support a major media campaign to increase awareness among South Florida residents about their local Miami City Ballet (MCB), one of the nation's leading ballet companies

Knight New Media Endowment

To enable a unique orchestral academy to solidify its role as cultural icon by creation of a Knight New Media Endowment that will help the organization capitalize on technology and explore new performance formats

Locust Arts Builders Exhibition

To offer a total of 45 young artists enrolled in local high schools the space, time, budget and institutional support to create a professional-level visual art exhibition in the Locust Arts Builders Exhibition (The LAB)

Sweat Records

To strengthen a local resource by expanding community programming and creating an online site exclusively for buying local music and art

Bass Museum Curatorial Fellowships

To offer hands-on training to emerging curators or recent curatorial studies and/or art history master of arts graduates through a curatorial fellowship program

2012 Annual Conference

To provide support for the Grantmakers in the Arts 2012 Annual Conference to be held in Miami, Florida

Power2Give.org tool for nonprofit arts

To assure the successful launch of power2give.org, an innovative fundraising site that will allow cultural organizations in Charlotte and Miami to post projects online and market them to potential donors

FIU Knight Creative Writing Fellowship

To create Knight Fellowships for graduate students pursuing master of fine arts degrees in Miami, enabling Florida International University to attract America's top young writers to South Florida

Rhythms of Africa Music Program

To involve approximately 30 children, ages 13 to 16, with limited musical sophistication in an intensive program of music education in rhythm and percussion

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