To raise Miami's profile as a hub for the literary arts and reach new audiences through Detroit Public Television's national broadcast and live stream coverage of Miami Book Fair International.
To support the general operations of the Florida Cultural Alliance, as designated by Michael Spring, in recognition of his 30 years of service to the local arts community.
To raise awareness of the realities of global poverty through ARTecho - an artistic social initiative that will engage Miami residents during Art Basel week.
To support WordSpeak - a program that engages teens in South Florida through an annual series of spoken word poetry workshops and competitions.
To support the creation of a micro-site for North Miami's Museum of Contemporary Art 2013 Art Basel exhibition, 'Tracey Emin: Angel Without You.'
To support the exhibition of Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui at the Bass Museum from April - August 2014.
To support Miami Art Museum's acquisition of contemporary art by African-American artists.
To support the winners of the 2013 Knight Arts Challenge Miami, including the winner of the People's Choice Award.
To strengthen audiences for the visual arts by offering a series of lectures on the intersection of arts and ethics
To foster a sense of community among an often-disparate group of local percussionists by providing free weekly master classes taught by well-known drumming artists
To bring together the city’s musicians, dancers and filmmakers to produce a multimedia theatrical work that explores South Florida’s evolution from swampland to modern metropolis
To empower more children to play and appreciate classical music by expanding the project’s orchestral academy to a third location, Liberty City