To spark new understanding of global diversity and to engage children and families in cross-cultural appreciation of Edouard Duval Carrie's artwork through an imaginative museum installation titled, "The Spirit of Haiti"
To inspire young artists-in-training by providing free tickets for them to attend professional arts events
To bring bold, highly theatrical performances by dancer/choreographers Eiko & Koma to two unique public outdoor spaces, the Reading Viaduct and PAFA’s Lenfest Plaza
To build the sustainability and artistic excellence of Play On, Philly! and other El Sistema-inspired programs by supporting the Naitonal El Sistema Symposium in Philadelphia.
Highlighting the voices of Latinos in St. Paul's West Side neighborhood by creating an arts hub with studios for music production, visual arts, performance and more.
To launch an artist exchange program that brings together Cuban artists from Havana and Miami to present exhibitions, in partnership with a local university.
To engage South Florida’s GLBTQ youth through the arts by growing the annual Out in the Tropics Performing Arts Festival to include educational workshops in high schools and community centers
To support Mint Museum’s Enhanced Digitization Project, which is creating virtual tours of the museum and its collections and special exhibitions, plus interviews with curators and artists. Funding also commissioned “SEE to Sea,” an immersive large-scale installation by renowned North Carolina artist Mel Chin celebrating the centennial of the Panama Canal.
To support Miami Art Museum's executive search for a chief curator, a search necessary in ensuring the overall vitality of the institution
To bring together nature and art by strengthening Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's music program under conductor Teddy Abrams.
Exploring gender and sexuality through a transgender production of Bizet’s “Carmen” where the performance is set in a minimum-security prison reminiscent of the series “Orange Is the New Black”
Preserving the art of letterpress by creating a space where the community can learn and practice this handmade form of communication