The Miami Foundation set a fundraising goal of $5 million for Give Miami Day 2014. After more than 520 local nonprofit organizations participated, that goal was easily broken.
The Knight Foundation supports ideas that engage communities and foster the arts. Its 2014 Knight Arts Challenge People’s Choice Award is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for a small and emerging arts organization in South Florida. 20-thousand dollars is up for grabs and you can have a say on who receives it. We focus on the importance of this competition.
The founders of a Miami-based tech company have been chosen by the global nonprofit group Endeavor to be on their list of high-impact entrepreneurs.
Since 2006, the Knight Foundation has invested 86 million dollars in South Florida’s cultural community. The foundation has just doled out nearly 3 million dollars to the winners of its annual Knight Arts Challenge. We focus on the importance of the community-wide contest and also meet the playwright and author who won the challenge’s People’s Choice Award.
Nelson Mandela, a treasured-by-many world leader, passed away at 95-years-old exactly one week ago Thursday. While a memorial, and celebration of his life continues in South Africa, Miami leaders will gather to commemorate the once-president of South Africa in a free event open to the public.
Visitors to South Beach’s Lincoln Road were treated to a “Randon Act of Culture” Saturday afternoon.
A major milestone is taking place Friday for the new home of the Miami Science Museum.
The Patricia and Phillip Frost Museum of Science has received a $10 million belated Christmas present.
The Knight Arts Challenge awards grants to organizations and individuals to keep the arts thriving in South Florida. Among the winners: the Little Haiti Cultural Center for a program to teach traditional techniques of Haitian […]
Political and civic leaders turned out Tuesday for the ceremonial groundbreaking for the new Miami Art Museum. It is slated to open in 2013.