Discussion Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs

Orange County
Arts & Cultural Affairs
May 13, 2014
To elevate the status of
Central Florida’s arts and
culture to that befitting a
world class community.
• State of the Arts
• Proposed FY15 Arts
• FY 14 Cultural Facilities
State of the Arts
Central Florida Trends
(In millions)
Annual economic impact of $264M
($181M in Orange County)
*Source: Central Florida Foundation and Americans for the Arts
Creative Industry Businesses
Source: Americans for the Arts
• 20th – Orlando Philharmonic
• 25th – ZORA! Fest & Orlando
Shakespeare Theater
• 90th – Orlando Museum of Art
Capital Campaigns
• Significant Future Funding Needs
• Currently there are 18 open or
planned campaigns for $473M (plus
$87M for the Dr. Phillips Center)
*Source: Central Florida Foundation
County-Wide Collaborations
• Kristallnacht
• 75th Anniversary: “The Night of
Broken Glass”
• 12+ arts and cultural organizations
• What the Dickens
• Year-long celebration of Charles
• Three dozen organizations in Orange
Public Art
• Public Art Review Board
• Temporary Sculpture Exhibition
• New CIP projects
FL Cities with temporary
Sculpture Loan Programs
• Boynton Beach
• Ocala
• Clearwater
• Safety Harbor
• Coral Springs
• Sarasota
• Deland
• Winter Haven
• Gainesville
• Winter Park
• Kissimmee
Orange County
Administration Building
What a sculpture loan program could look like...
Upcoming County CIP
Public Art Projects
John Young Park
Young Pine Park
Holden Heights Community Center
Orange County Convention Center
FY15 Arts Funding
Arts & Cultural Affairs
Advisory Council Members
Becky Roper (Chair)
Sherry Paramore
Cristina Calvet-Harrold
Jennifer Quigley
The Hon. Ted Edwards
Dr. Rick Schell
Hal Kantor
Sara Segal
Tiffany Lamb (Vice Chair)
Palmira Ubinas
Edgar Lopez
Beverly Winesburgh
Evelyn Martinez
Funding Sources
60+ Organizations
TDT Funds
Other Eligible
Orgs & Programs
Projected Funding
Total Funding
Cultural Tourism
Cultural Facilities
Operational Support through UA
Fiscal & Grants Management
Community-Wide Marketing
Blockbuster Fund
General Fund
FY14 Cultural Facilities
Cultural Facilities Funding
• For equipping, renovating, maintaining,
constructing, and acquiring
• Governed by Florida Statute
• Open to nonprofit museum or
government-owned auditorium venue
Cultural Facilities Funding
• Funded 6 of the years since 2001
• $6,999,358 Total Investments
• 26 Projects
Cultural Facilities Review Panel
Advisory Council:
Subject Matter Experts:
Sherry Paramore, Chair
Hal Kantor
Edgar Lopez
Dr. Rick Schell
Sara Segal
Tony Aguerrevere –
Former O.C. CIP
Jeffrey Ault –
Facility Designer
Vicki Landon Previous CF Recipient-Project
Brian J. Morris
Construction Management
2014 Cultural Facilities Funding
Albin Polasek Museum &
Sculpture Gardens
Restoring the Capen-Showalter House
and Kalmanson Garden
Garden Theatre
The Garden GreenLight Project
Lake Eola Park
Lake Eola Amphitheater Sound Board
Orlando Museum of Art
90th Anniversary Renovation Project to
Improve the Visitor Experience
Orlando Science Center
Center for Early Childhood Expansion:
Phase 2 Entrance Renovation
Winter Garden Heritage
History Research and Education Center
Albin Polasek Museum &
Sculpture Gardens
Save, restore and reuse the historic
Capen-Showalter house
Phase 1 of 1
TDT Funds $114,000
Total Project Cost $239,400
Garden Theatre
GreenLight Project – Energy
Upgrade theatrical stage
Hardware/Software upgrades
TDT Funds $45,000
Total Project Cost $90,000
Phase 1 of 1
Lake Eola Park
Replace Amphitheater
Sound Board
Upgrade outdated “prosumer”
mixer to a professional console
Phase 1 of 1
TDT Funds $25,000
Total Project Cost $52,500
Orlando Museum of Art
-Refurbish marble floor
-Transform former gallery
(used for storage) into
exhibition space
Phase 1 of 1
TDT Funds $35,300
Total Project Cost $74,124
Orlando Science Center
Expand, update, and renovate Center for Early Childhood
Increase floorspace 2,000 sq. ft.
TDT Funds $187,338
Total Project Cost $1,117,344
Phase 2 of 3
Winter Garden
Heritage Foundation
Construction of permanent home
for historic collection
Will accommodate history/art
exhibitions education programming/
events, and Visitor Information Center
Phase 2 of 2
TDT Funds $250,000
Total Project Cost $1,112,527
2014 Cultural Facilities Funding
Action Requested Today
Approval of proposed Cultural Facilities project grants as
recommended by the Arts & Cultural Affairs Advisory Council
in the amount of $656,638 allocated as follows:
• Albin Polasek Museum
• Lake Eola Park
• Garden Theatre
• Orlando Museum of Art
• Orlando Science Center
• Winter Garden Heritage Foundation $250,000

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