To introduce the work of local visual artists and filmmakers to a wider audience by establishing an urban drive-in movie theater on the Parkway
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 facilitate the safe creation and public exhibition of the artwork of Philadelphia's sculptors by starting a 'sculpture gym,' where artists can access heavy-duty tools and storage space and get one-on-one help with projects
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 present site-specific works by local, national and international artists, architects, designers and collaboratives and to engage audiences in a rigorous lecture and discussion series, thus reinforcing local relevance and cultural value
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 accelerate the transformation of Little Havana's arts district by expanding the scope and programming of the popular monthly cultural festival, Viernes Culturales.
To promote experimental art by commissioning site-specific, public projects to be exhibited on billboards
To meet a growing demand for WLRN's original broadcast content through eight original videos designed specifically for its online platform at ArtStreetMiami.org
To convene established and emerging playwrights from across the nation annually for a productive and creative week dedicated to developing craft, improving business practices and understanding new technologies that are impacting the way playwrights work
To merge two indie-arts genres by translating the music of rock band Dr. Dog into a theatrical spectacle
To enhance training for local actors by creating a series of master classes