To expand the audience for classical music by offering the symphony experience globally through expanded webcast and mobile content
To shape Miami’s cinematic identity, the Borscht Film Festival will showcase and create original films that tell unique Miami stories.
To contribute to ballet's future by commissioning and presenting creations from the finest established and new artists
To expand the Downtown Miami Concert Series with summer shows at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, establishing continuity within the series, building audiences, supporting local businesses and offering quality summertime productions
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 increase exposure for local art and artists by developing a nonprofit publishing house for Miami-based art books
To portray fluorescent corals as living art forms in a new, pop-cultural iconography of Miami that reflects its unique subtropical location and growing intellectual, artistic identity
To document music and art in Miami and to help local artists engage a national audience with the launch of regular seasonal catalogs and programming
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 bring Dutch artists Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn (Haas & Hahn), known as the Favela Painters, from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil to Philadelphia to produce their first permanent art projects in North America
To use the arts to foster an interest in reading by weaving interactive cultural experiences throughout the museum’s Children’s Book Fair