To culturally enrich Miami-Dade Schools ninth grade students by making 3,000 seats available to the Tony winning musical In the Heights, coupled with a rap-writing contest.
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 brand South Florida as a muse for authors by expanding a new writer-in-residence program on Miami Beach to include community outreach events.
To bolster innovation in the arts by bringing together creative professionals and techies for a three-day art hackathon, where they will develop apps and websites that answer one question: how do we enhance the delivery of local art to users?
To allow student artists to exhibit their work by creating a multipurpose exposition space with a focus on education and community outreach and participation
To foster the local film scene and build community among filmmakers by creating a monthly gathering where producers screen their films in a variety of locations.
To portray fluorescent corals as living art forms in a new, pop-cultural iconography of Miami that reflects its unique subtropical location and growing intellectual, artistic identity
To explore innovative architecture, DawnTown will sponsor an annual architectural contest resulting in the creation of a temporary structure.
To create a one-of-a-kind research and production art residency program offering the chance for artists to work with experts
To celebrate the art of the African diaspora by producing a multidisciplinary juried arts festival to coincide with a major public art installation in Opa-locka.
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 give low-income artists the opportunity to work with state-of-the-art computers by creating a need-based center for digital arts