To strengthen audiences for the visual arts by offering a series of lectures on the intersection of arts and ethics
To promote traditional print media and artists' books by creating a communal print shop serving the arts community
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 preserve the legacy of the 1970s dance craze the Detroit Jit through a documentary featuring the original Jitterbugs and an instructional video on how the dance is performed
To preserve the integrity of creative works by local artists during Art Basel by providing free display space without restrictions
To engage the female artists' community in Miami through the curation and production of four Miami female artists' books for local and international distribution
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 transform overgrown and abandoned spaces into "sacred" art parks for the community by engaging residents to create visual and sound gardens in the Niceville-Tioga neighborhood
To explore the relationship between art, science and social justice movements through a multimedia performance installation inspired by community-led efforts in Detroit
To cultivate a new audience for opera by holding a drawing for free tickets to a performance of Carmen
To promote Miami's international art scene by bringing together 10 celebrated artists to create a first-of-its-kind, outdoor exhibit of giant, inflatable sculptures