To promote civic pride via 'The Detroit Tattoo Project,' where a local poet is commissioned to create a piece about the city which is then divided and drawn for use on free tattoos that, when reassembled, reveal graphic elements containing a secret image
To bring more music to Philadelphia's Latino communities by working with organizations to develop a new outreach initiative bridging classical and Latin music
To help transform the East Kensington neighborhood by turning an empty lot into an event space for musicians, art fairs and children's workshops
To celebrate the landmark power plant in downtown St. Paul as a largely sustainable fuel source by projecting a light show on the steam plume that billows from the roof
To host a techno-poetry performance exploring the history of Detroit DJs and their contribution to contemporary music
To celebrate the art of fashion through exhibitions that highlight South Florida's diversity and famous designers with local ties.
To create the first art museum specially designed for children
To allow audiences at various cultural events throughout the city to share their opinions on Web-based platforms by recording video reviews to post on the iCritic Detroit website and other outlets
To expand this cooperative that provides daily classes and a mentorship program for the hand printing of original artwork.
To expand the narrative of the city's creative talent by publishing a series of art books on Detroit-based artists past and present
To revitalize arts and crafts in South Florida with the C.L.M. Center for Ceramics, a workshop atmosphere inspiring an array of projects by artists, craftsmen and students
To plan for an annual performing arts festival celebrating hemispheric art