To support Detroit Dance City Festival, a three-day celebration that provides an opportunity for local and national artists to present their work and strengthen ties in Detroit's dance community
To present 'The Living Room Series,' an artistic experiment with intimate space that includes contemporary puppetry and multimedia works in a renovated, abandoned house
To transform overgrown and abandoned spaces into "sacred" art parks for the community by engaging residents to create visual and sound gardens in the Niceville-Tioga neighborhood
To provide opportunities for Miami’s artistic talent and to attract new creatives to the city by strengthening the center’s residency programs
To use the arts to help youth tell their neighborhood stories by having them conduct research about their communities and convey their findings through “Data Murals”
To strengthen the city's galleries by creating a training program where workers learn skills in installing, shipping and archiving art
To provide students and local filmmakers the opportunity to share their cinematic work by holding monthly community screenings at the Roxy Theater.
To develop the local film scene by expanding Filmgate, the recently launched interactive film festival, which focuses on cross-platform storytelling, interactive screenings and more
To promote traditional print media and artists' books by creating a communal print shop serving the arts community
To further develop South Florida's distinct brand of urban funk dance by training young artists and providing them with opportunities to perform.
To convene established and emerging playwrights from across the nation annually for a productive and creative week dedicated to developing craft, improving business practices and understanding new technologies that are impacting the way playwrights work
To invest in 18 of America's finest artists working in the 26 Knight communities and illuminate the value of artists to society