To support the Concrete and Grass Lowertown Music Festival, a free music event that opens the downtown St. Paul performing arts season in September
To support the implementation of community-driven technology programs developed through a collaborative of Knight grantees and the Harvard Kennedy School.
To create !nstant, a mobile app designed to verify and provide context to breaking news on social media.
To support the production of Disconnect, a play by Anupama Chandrasekhar, set in a contemporary Indian call center, highlighting the connections and disconnections between economies and people on opposite sides of the world
For the “What Immigrants Contribute” event at the Bush Center on July 10, 2013, designed to impact the national dialogue on immigration.
Inviting the global community to submit experiences, memories and observations of St. Paul through a virtual art collaboration that will be curated in exhibitions.
To engage San Jose audiences with the premiere of '57 CHEVY' - a one-man play by renowned actor Ricardo Salinas.
To support Cesar Trasobares in researching, writing and editing a book based on the lives of three acclaimed Cuban-born artists, emphasizing the impact that Miami had on their practice.
To Pilot 'Back in the Newsroom,' a summer fellowship program for Historically Black Colleges and Universities' journalism faculty to keep their skills up to date.
To support the expansion of The Big O Singer/Songwriter Music Camp and provide camp scholarships to 20 aspiring young Macon musicians.
To issue a white paper that will advance the findings of the Knight Commission on the Information Needs of Communities in a Democracy and provide ideas to implement its recommendations. Note: The finished white paper by Norm Ornstein was published as "Creating A Public Square in a Challenging Media Age." Please see related project here.
To support the Spanish translation of the book, 'Cubans: An Epic Journey,' produced by Facts About Cuban Exiles.