To encourage South Florida musicians to produce innovative compositions by giving them the opportunity to perform and network with modern composers at an experimental music event.
To engage and connect audiences to global and local rhythms by presenting performances of world music to travelers at Miami International Airport.
To transform an abandoned property next to a North End art gallery into 'The Coliseum,' an outdoor theater and cultural hub meant to strengthen a neighborhood through the arts
To strengthen jazz in Detroit by creating a competition for musicians whose winners will form a performance band
To transform the city's landmarks by having lighting designer Jeff Bartlett turn buildings into kinetic canvases for light, color and drama
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 provide best practices in professional development and assist in building short-term solvency and long-term institutional capacity for local arts organizations in Miami and Detroit
To amplify artists' and immigrant business owners' voices along Snelling Avenue through mosaics, graffiti art and paint murals that showcase the neighborhood's stories.
To preserve the art of Somali poetry through a mobile art program offering performances and educational programming.
To support a site-specific installation by renowned German artist Katharina Grosse, which will transform a five-mile stretch of the Northeast Corridor Rail Line in Philadelphia.
To promote traditional print media and artists' books by creating a communal print shop serving the arts community
To make provocative artworks accessible to the public by expanding the museum’s outdoor public exhibitions to include concerts, performances and other programming