To support Gantt Center exhibits and programming in 2013 including the exhibition of Church Hats; works by Jonathan Green; and Question Bridge: Black Males
To foster a community of art collectors through an art library where they can borrow a Detroiter's work to display for two months
To support three free cultural events at the historic Hay House: a jazz quintet performance, film screening and an interactive theater experience
To support growth in programming and community outreach as well as application for tax exempt status
To support the business development of Hayiya, Inc. through the development of a three-year plan
To plan for an annual performing arts festival celebrating hemispheric art
To introduce more diverse audiences to the performing arts by creating a multidisciplinary festival that features black male choreographers, filmmakers, actors, writers and composers
To expose new audiences to great music, the University of Miami will create a community engagement program featuring its Henry Mancini Institute's multigenre orchestra.
To increase the development of original, locally produced performance art through expanding the accomplished Here & Now Festival
To inspire residents to explore Philadelphia's history and imagine new futures for the urban landscape with Hidden City Philadelphia, a quadrennial festival that transforms private space into public space for community enjoyment
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 showcase Miami through images by creating a photography center at the museum focused on curating exhibits and engaging the community in documenting life in South Florida.