The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation is pleased to announce its 2021 class of grant recipient organizations. After reviewing close to 30 applications from across the United States, the Foundation’s Board of Directors has chosen to award grants to five non-profits and one university, helping them produce
community-focused programming for 2021. Grants are awarded to:
– Americans For The Arts
– Bethune-Cookman University School of Performing Arts and Communication Department of Music
– Opera Orlando
– Orlando Philharmonic
– Orlando Science Center
– Simply Amazing
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The winning projects, which received $25,000, were chosen for being interdisciplinary, sustainable and community focused.
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This paper presents a case for how collaboration among the public health, arts and culture, and community development sectors is critical to addressing the issues and conditions that limit health in America. CLICK HERE TO READ THE FULL PAPER
Fortunately, many prominent arts funders agree with Luftglass, who cited ArtPlace America’s work in exploring the impact that the arts can have in public health and Bloomberg Philanthropies’ Public Art Challenge… He also lauded the Barr Foundation’s work in Massachusetts and the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation’s arts and wellness initiatives in Florida. CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
Two collaborative projects have been announced as the 2019 winners of the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards. The winning teams, comprising UCF personnel and community organizations, were each awarded $25,000 to further their interdisciplinary arts and wellness projects. The winning initiatives are “Creative Approaches to Combat HIV Stigma and Discrimination from Health Providers” and “Project Xavier Hands-free Training Game.” CLICK HERE TO READ FULL ARTICLE
One of the final steel beams was placed in the construction of Steinmetz Hall. Read about their celebration ceremony and the excited crowd that gathered to watch, posted in the Orlando Sentinel, Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center: It’s a down-home celebration as Steinmetz Hall nears completion.
Check out the great article about Margie and Chuck Steinmetz in this year’s spring edition of artsLife Inside Dr. Phillips Center for The Performing Arts (pages 58-63)
Read all about how Margery Pabst-Steinmetz and Chuck Steinmetz are helping Florida communities. Announcing the winners of the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation Arts & Wellness Innovation Awards in UCF Today.
Read about the ground breaking on The Steinmetz Hall and The Green Room in Central Florida. There is a great write up on Dr. Phillips Center’s website entitled, Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts breaks ground on highly anticipated Steinmetz Hall and The Green Room.
Stay up to date on how The Steinmetz Hall and The Green Room in Central Florida is coming along. The Orlando Weekly has written a wonderful update entitled, Steinmetz Hall is slowly but surely taking shape at the Dr. Phillips Center.
Winter Park Magazine has been naming “Most Influential People” since 2015. Due to all their wonderful work Chuck and Margery Pabst Steinmetz were included in their 2017 list! Check out the article and learn about all the work they’ve been doing.
“She talks to Growing Bolder about the powerful effect the arts have on health and wellbeing, including on aging adults and those with…” Watch Margie’s interview on their website to learn more.
Read this great article to learn how the Winter Park couple Charles and Margie Steinmetz were recognized at the fifth annual UF Philanthropy Award ceremony, which honors philanthropists and volunteers which help UF rise in its global impact and influence.
Read about the future Steinmetz Hall, “home of what one university survey rates as the world’s top entomology department” is playing a part in making insects into art, Insects as art: How Florida can overcome the yuck factor.