“Decades of dreaming, planning and hard work helped us finish phase 1: Dr. Phillips Center as you know it today. But things will look a lot different in 2020, when Steinmetz Hall and The Green Room open their doors, and phase 2 fulfills the vision of everyone who’s been involved.” Read the full article on how the construction is coming along!
View the action on the construction webcam!
The group “Positive Parenting” & ” The Arts and Aging: An Interdisciplinary and Intergenerational Initiative” from UCF! To learn more about the winners visit UCF’s website.
Find out more about the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Award.
UF Arts In Medicine
The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation is honored to support the publication of a white paper detailing progress (Policy, Research, Community Models) at the intersection of Arts and Health across the United States. The Foundation will also support a convention (Arts and Health. Community Models) in Orlando, FL on September 23-24, 2019 at The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts.
The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Scholarship Fund at Atlantic Center for the Arts
The purpose of the fund is to provide any artist needing financial support during the three-week residency with a scholarship. The Foundation is requesting a match from other donors for the fund.(
The Caring for the Caregiver Seminar
Using theater as inspiration for caregivers to identify and share their feelings, the Foundation partnered with the Orlando Shakespeare Theater, The University of Central Florida and Central Florida Community Arts to bring this seminar model to the public.
The model resources are provided by a team of community leaders: Dr. John Guarneri, Past President of the Medical Staff at Advent Health and Currently Chair and Director of Healthcare and Spirituality at Advent Health; Mary Ellen Philbin, CEO of Share the Care; Diana Silvey, Vice President of Programs at Winter Park Health Foundation and Heidi Isenhart, Partner and elder care attorney at Shuffield Lowman. Their ongoing support and expertise refined the seminar model, providing key facilitation and resources. Going forward, CFCArts will bring the seminar model to our community caregivers on an ongoing basis. Thanks Joshua Vickery, Executive Director at CFCArts.
We at The Pabst Steinmetz are grateful for our community partners whose hard work over the past year created a sustainable model. Special thanks to playwright Steve Yockey whose inspired play, “Blackberry Winter” forms the basis of the model.