To represent established sound artists in the Listening Gallery, a 24-channel sound installation broadcasting sound art on Lincoln Road in Miami Beach, Florida
To engage the community in hands-on art-making by expanding the reach of a mobile studio where participants create projects inspired by their neighborhoods
To premier 'GPS Intersect/Open Air,' a project by internationally renowned new media artist Rafael Lozano-Hemmer that will transform the Philadelphia night sky into an array of lights through searchlight voice activation via mobile devices
To bring together nature and art by strengthening Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden's music program under conductor Teddy Abrams.
To create the Knight Miami Art Student Travel Fund, in support of experiential learning opportunities, critical to the personal growth and artistic development of Miami's young talents, at Design and Architecture High School (DASH) and New World School for the Arts (NWSA).
To bring the opera into the community through performances in community spaces and commissioning a new opera based on the city’s rich cultural history
To help transform historic Dilworth Plaza by commissioning sculptor Janet Echelman to create an artwork inspired by the site's historic association with water and steam
To build audiences for classical programming by providing a new 'Cross-Over Classical' series presenting world-renowned pops and contemporary artists with orchestra for The Mann's 2011-13 summer seasons
To launch Philadelphia's cultural season with a live, high-definition simulcast of the Opera Company of Philadelphia's Opening Night performance of Bizet's Carmen on Philadelphia's historic Independence Mall
To expose South Floridians to the mind of controversial modern architect Oscar Niemeyer with an interactive exhibit showcasing his creative process
To expose the community to a major part of South Florida's cultural background through the creation of a live Haitian jazz series
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"