To expand the audience for classical music by offering the symphony experience globally through expanded webcast and mobile content
To share the work of dynamic, national visual artists by hosting "Hot Topic," an ongoing lecture series.
To support an innovative form of 3D storytelling by creating a series of outdoor video art events screened on local buildings
To promote economic stability for the city's cultural community by offering support to emerging creative businesses with pre-seed funding, mentorships programs and workshops
To promote original plays through a free theater festival dedicated to the contemporary African-American experience
To use the arts to foster an interest in reading by weaving interactive cultural experiences throughout the museum’s Children’s Book Fair
To promote storytelling within the Lao-American community through a writing, performing and filmmaking workshop
To help transform neighborhoods by turning blacktop lots into art-laden skate parks
To create the Charlotte Arts Journalism Alliance, a collection of trained arts journalists who will publish under the CAA banner on TV, radio, print, online and a newly developed app
To support emerging artists by creating an artist-in-residence program as part of the annual Here & Now Festival, which commissions and presents local works.
To culturally enrich Miami-Dade Schools ninth grade students by making 3,000 seats available to the Tony winning musical In the Heights, coupled with a rap-writing contest.
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