In 2022, the CFCArts’ School of the Arts took a critical step in a multi-year teaching artist development project, specifically designed to address this need. With the support of the Winter Park Health Foundation, we created a teaching artist survey, disseminated it locally, regionally, and nationally through the use of our Arts & Wellness Collective and associated partners…..View Full Story
In 2020, The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation funded the continued success of Atlantic Center for the Art’s Arts and Wellness Academy. The Academy had previously received funding from the Pabst Foundation before its merger with the Charles P. Steinmetz Foundation……View Full Story
In 2020, the generous grant from the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation guaranteed the continuation and expansion of Central Florida Community Arts’ Arts & Wellness programming during the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning in March, we moved these crucial programs online and continued to reach participants through our partner organizations……View Full Story
The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation grant allowed the OPO to produce the 2022 OPO’s Young People’s Concerts titled “Game Overture.” Focusing on a video game theme to engage students, the concert introduced an exciting musical story that incorporated history, science, and languages. It was extremely well-received by students and educators alike with many reporting that this was their favorite year yet……View Full Story
As perhaps our one true universal language, food is the perfect way to engage with one another. With the help of the generous support of the Pabst Steinmetz Foundation, Orlando Science Center (OSC) has developed innovative ways to explore the interconnectedness of the food system and those people fighting to make it more equitable, sustainable, and healthy for everyone through our Food Heroes exhibit……View Full Story
The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation is pleased to announce its third class of grant recipient organizations. After reviewing more than 40 applications, the Foundation’s Board of Directors has chosen to award grants to seven Central Florida-based non-profits, helping them produce community-focused programming for 2022. Grants are awarded to:
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:
The winning projects, which received $25,000, were chosen for being interdisciplinary, sustainable and community focused.
During the current challenging times, our grant partners have tackled how to take their content and services to virtual platforms. Not only have they done remarkable work, but each has found innovative solutions and surprisingly positive outcomes to “going virtual.”
Winter Park, FL: The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation is pleased to announce its inaugural class of grant recipient organizations. After reviewing close to two dozen applications, the Foundation’s Board of Directors has chosen to award grants to five Central Florida-based non-profits, helping them produce community-focused programming for 2020.
“We are thrilled with the calibre of the programming which organizations from across the country presented to The Pabst Steinmetz Foundation” said Margery Pabst Steinmetz, the foundation’s co-founder. “The five organizations which will receive funding for 2020 showed tremendous potential to impact community through a collaboration of arts, wellness and engagement.” Pabst Steinmetz added.