To commission two new vibrant, stylish works by accomplished choreographers Tobin del Coure and Roger Jeffrey in collaboration with the Jerome Robbins Foundation New Essential Work Program which is coordinated by Damian Woetzel
To create the Strategic Growth Fund, enabling Penumbra Theatre, the largest African-American theater company in the nation, to engage new audiences with exceptional contemporary theater.
To grow the culture of innovation in the San Jose arts community through the support of the New Pathways for the Arts Initiative, a tested national model for innovation training
To create the Knight Foundation Digital Media Innovation Fund, to support Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra Society's digital experimentation with audience engagement.
To expose South Floridians to the mind of controversial modern architect Oscar Niemeyer with an interactive exhibit showcasing his creative process
To support public engagement with masterpieces from Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) through the installation of high-quality reproductions in communities throughout metropolitan Detroit
To preserve the art of analog recording by improving a studio that allows local musicians to record on vintage equipment or preserve their works currently cataloged on older formats
To create a series of drive-through audio collages of the city by installing hyper-local radio stations continuously broadcasting on the same frequency
To support a second season of Random Acts of Culture (RAC), a series of seemingly spontaneous, brief cultural performances in public places throughout Miami-Dade County
To use music and teamwork to stimulate under appreciated neighborhoods by building youth choirs across greater Miami
To increase audience participation in Miami's cultural scene by offering 100 scholarships to the National Arts Marketing Project (NAMP) Conference
To engage Akron residents who are new audiences in classical music through performances by The Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom Music Center