To capture South Florida's history by digitizing the work of Miami photographers from the 1970s and '80s and publishing them in a book series.
To preserve Haitian rara, a form of festival music used for street processions, by creating a youth rara institute where teens can learn to play and make traditional instruments.
To further develop South Florida's distinct brand of urban funk dance by training young artists and providing them with opportunities to perform.
To share the stories of modern-day Marines and their families through a multimedia performance based on their wartime experiences.
To celebrate Mexican culture by creating a children's mariachi academy in South Dade.
To bring artists and architects together to share their ideas and inspirations through a lecture series.
To enhance music instruction at Miami's only El Sistema-modeled orchestral program by implementing a new teacher training program for professional artists.
To commemorate the African Heritage Cultural Arts Center's 40th anniversary by presenting events where prominent artist alums share their talents with today's students.
To celebrate the art of fashion through exhibitions that highlight South Florida's diversity and famous designers with local ties.
To preserve the experience of collectively viewing vintage, 35mm films by expanding the Cosford Cinema Classics series.
To engage South Floridians in innovative concert experiences by supporting a new ensemble offering a hybrid of music and multimedia performances.
To support Swampspace, an alternative exhibition space for local artists and musicians in Miami's Design District.