To support the inaugural Power of Design (POD) Festival, which will connect ideas in the Wolfsonian's collection with issues and events in our community to facilitate future collaboration, conversation and action in Miami.
To support the Preparing Miami for Democratic Transition in Cuba project by FIU's Vaclav Havel Center for Human Rights and Diplomacy, which will engage various stakeholders in dialogue around countries in democratic transition, with a focus on Cuba.
To support the winners of the 2013 Knight Arts Challenge Miami, including the winner of the People's Choice Award.
To support Miami Urban Neighborhood Building Studio which, in conjunction with Townhouse Center, teaches Florida International University architecture students how to design and build successful dense, mid-rise urban neighborhoods in South Florida.
To support the WhereBy.Us prototype of a civic innovation hub for Miami that combines small projects, events and journalism to engage the community in local issues.
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
To celebrate renowned poet Donald Justice through a new book and conference in his hometown of Miami, where he is virtually unknown
To provide deeper insights into arts and culture through a new series where professional artists perform and engage in a dialogue with the audience
To provide opportunities for Miami’s artistic talent and to attract new creatives to the city by strengthening the center’s residency programs