To contribute to ballet's future by commissioning and presenting creations from the finest established and new artists
To highlight the rich cultural heritage found in Hispanic music and dance with four annual artistic performances in Miami-Dade Parks to residents and visitors of all ages
To establish the Overtown Rhythm and Arts Festival as an annual event, building on the success of Magic in Action's inaugural free, day-long street festival celebrating Overtown's rich history and culture and featuring music, art, food and local vendors
To support and develop the artistic talents of exceptional dancers and choreographers from South Florida who historically have had limited access to professional performance opportunities in the community
To bring distinguished Cuban emigré artists of various artistic disciplines to Miami-Dade County, bringing a wealth of talent to South Florida and making it a center for Cuban-exiled and Cuban-American artists
To develop a curated selection of temporary, outdoor artist projects within the City Center/Arts District, a 40-block area that is home to many of South Florida's most prominent cultural facilities and institutions
To implement a year-round Haitian Heritage Arts Project, a unique arts-based endeavor that focuses on the revival and creation of traditional Haitian arts and crafts
To attract new and challenge existing patrons, broaden the company's repertoire and strengthen its business model by offering underperformed and new operas in unique, intimate and approachable settings and venues
To integrate the South Florida community with WEIRD MIAMI, a creative city tour that turns locals into tourists as they discover unnoticed and unknown places while tracing undocumented histories, redrawing maps and making new friends
To produce a winter Shakespeare festival, featuring both British and South Florida actors performing in free, outdoor productions of Shakespeare's plays, marketed specifically to students.
To document music and art in Miami and to help local artists engage a national audience with the launch of regular seasonal catalogs and programming
To encourage creative writing among the community's teens, ages 13 to 18, with a three-month residency comprising a mentoring program and a forum for creative expression.