To build on the city's musical legacy by having this band invite international and national musicians as "house guests" to live together and collaborate on an album
To ensure longevity for the careers of local artists through a program that will provide permanent affordable work space, housing and legal counseling
To strengthen Miami's alternative theater scene by providing funding to develop a new theater company dedicated to innovating and redefining the theatrical experience.
To create a performing arts program series that will bring into City Hall musical concerts and dance, theatrical and spoken word performances
To position South Florida as a hub for dance by pairing South Florida-based choreographers with national and international dance artists for seasonal performances.
To increase the awareness of an appreciation for Miami-Dade County's grand collection of art in public places by designing an easily accessible digital inventory
To enrich the BalletX audience's experience of dance further by inviting fellow artists from the region to perform during intermissions
To create more public art and enliven city streets by hosting a competition for artists to design new bike racks
To accelerate the transformation of Little Havana's arts district by expanding the scope and programming of the popular monthly cultural festival, Viernes Culturales.
To provide an artful space by placing handcrafted, whimsical porch swings - equipped with LED lights and cellphone charging stations - at bus stops and in parks around the city
To produce 'A Play, a Pie and a Pint', a series of plays performed in non-traditional venues at non-traditional times on days when other theaters are traditionally dark
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