To help Philadelphia Youth Poetry Movement establish a dedicated, accessible office and collaborative gathering space for its free writing and performance workshops that offer youths an environment to network and collaborate with other young writers
To celebrate two art forms that use the human voice to tell profound stories by creating a "Hip H'Opera" that uses the stories of urban life
To encourage students and teachers to stretch their creativity and achieve beyond standardized tests through the Scholastic Writing Awards of Miami-Dade, the forum for identifying and motivating the community's next generation of writers
To celebrate cultures from around the world through a free film and community discussion series
To encourage diverse, young audiences in Miami to attend arts and cultural events by learning how to reach them with messages about performances and discounted tickets
For Latticino Sponsorship of "Chihuly at Fairchild"
To build awareness of the significant contributions that arts and culture organizations make to the social capital of the region with a long-term, comprehensive Cultural Census project called "Making the Case"
To curate "Miami On Stage," a multi-disciplinary performing arts series featuring work by South Florida artists
For the Miami International Film Festival
To present RACE: Are We So Different?, the first nationally traveling exhibition to tell the stories of race from the biological, cultural and historical points of view.
To offer an interactive, permanent exhibition of the Frost Museum's extensive art collection to the underserved Southwest region of Miami-Dade County
To commission a limited-edition print commemorating the 2011-12 John S. and James L. Knight Masterworks Season, a series of concerts and performances that showcases the world's best in classical music and dance at the Adrienne Arsht Center.