To foster the appreciation and understanding of new work and thinking in the dance field with "Is Paris Burning?," a 3-year series of artist-curated and site-specific performances that examine and re-invigorate traditional conceptions of dance in Miami
To portray fluorescent corals as living art forms in a new, pop-cultural iconography of Miami that reflects its unique subtropical location and growing intellectual, artistic identity
To inform, connect and support artists, writers and musicians who wish to be ambassadors for the Everglades by providing month-long onsite residencies
To close the gap in the number and diversity of board candidates accessible to arts organizations by developing a program aimed at matching business and community participants with available board positions at arts organizations in the Greater Miami area
To provide a space for exhibition, documentation and creative exchange of works and ideas by strong and developed local artists who do not get the exposure their work merits
To revitalize arts and crafts in South Florida with the C.L.M. Center for Ceramics, a workshop atmosphere inspiring an array of projects by artists, craftsmen and students
To convene established and emerging playwrights from across the nation annually for a productive and creative week dedicated to developing craft, improving business practices and understanding new technologies that are impacting the way playwrights work
To strengthen Miami Lyric Opera's orchestra and to expand its seasonal offerings across eight opera productions
The Museum of Art Fort Lauderdale will enhance local knowledge and dialogue concerning the CoBrA art movement, formed in the aftermath of World War II, through an international partnership that includes artistic residencies and a major exhibition from the museum’s collection.
To expand the Downtown Miami Concert Series with summer shows at the Gusman Center for the Performing Arts, establishing continuity within the series, building audiences, supporting local businesses and offering quality summertime productions
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 provide a 15-week dance program to 500 special needs middle and senior high school students that will help them discover creativity, teamwork and strong self-esteem