To support the priorities of the Peter Jennings Project for Journalists and the Constitution at the Constitution Center
To provide deeper insights into arts and culture through a new series where professional artists perform and engage in a dialogue with the audience
To offer after-school art programming for children by placing art teachers in each of the eight city districts to give instruction in singing, acting and dancing
For the Presenting Sponsorship of "America and the Rising Powers: A Geopolitical Summit" on February 24, 2009
To develop a prototype version of One Degree, a web and mobile platform to help people discover, track and share their experiences about social services.
To support earthquake relief efforts in Miami's Haitian community through direct legal counseling to Haitian individuals
To provide a seamless, secure method for authenticating information and data sources online while maintaining the privacy of the identity of sender and receiver.
To support the Minnesota Cultural Data Project (CDP), a powerful online management tool designed to strengthen the nonprofit arts and cultural sector by collecting and disseminating comprehensive, high-quality data to support fact-based decision making
To foster a community of urban bike design by helping the East Side Riders - artists who build bikes as a means of expression - open a shop and expand
To expand the way Philadelphia audiences experience live performance and widen their perspective on their daily urban surroundings with an immersive performance project inspired by Italo Calvino's novel Invisible Cities
To bring GroundWorks Dance Theater and Akron Symphony Orchestra together in a newly staged interpretation of Rite of Spring during the work's 100th anniversary
To strengthen jazz in Detroit by creating a competition for musicians whose winners will form a performance band