To promote experimental art by commissioning site-specific, public projects to be exhibited on billboards
To offer arts, cultural and educational programming to underserved Hispanic communities through a Miami Hispanic Cultural Art Center (MHCAC)
To help nurture small performing arts groups by providing them with a small, well-equipped black box theater at discounted rates.
To strengthen the local performing arts by providing seed funding for new works for local companies and artists.
To bring Spanish theater into the community by offering a series of exciting yet short plays to small audiences in a unique venue - a 150-square foot shipping container.
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 reimagine Opa-locka's Ali Baba Avenue by engaging the community to make it a large-scale public art project.
To expose South Floridians to the mind of controversial modern architect Oscar Niemeyer with an interactive exhibit showcasing his creative process
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 introduce more young Miamians to jazz by creating an after-school jazz institute that provides leading-edge training in America’s great art form
To draw younger, music-oriented audience members to the Miami Art Museum and to introduce them to contemporary art through an exhibition titled "The Record: Contemporary Art and Vinyl"
To produce approximately 62 performances of The Red Thread, a world-premiere play inspired by ancient Chinese folktales, for an estimated 16,000 children, teachers, family members and nonprofit program staff between April and December 2011