To foster a deeper appreciation for cinema through a series of conversations on the art of filmmaking led by local and visiting film critics
To extend the John S. and James L. Knight Masterworks Season over the next three years and to elevate the level of programming
To enhance Miami's urban life by producing street performances that activate public parks, transit hubs and community plazas that often go unnoticed.
To sponsor the Bicentennial National Town Hall Series "Lincoln, Miami, and the American Dream" to be held on November 1, 2009, at the Adrienne Arsht Center
To foster a sense of community among an often-disparate group of local percussionists by providing free weekly master classes taught by well-known drumming artists
To support the winners of the 2013 Knight Arts Challenge Miami, including the winner of the People's Choice Award.
For the Miami International Film Festival
For 10 new corps members to serve in the lowest-performing public schools in Miami
To support Swampspace, an alternative exhibition space for local artists and musicians in Miami's Design District.
To expand reporting capacity of Florida health news coverage in Tallahassee, Bradenton and Miami
To create a new online platform for generating greater citizen awareness of South Florida's arts and cultural events
To further develop South Florida's distinct brand of urban funk dance by training young artists and providing them with opportunities to perform.