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.