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  1. Orange County Arts & Cultural Affairs Funding for the Arts May 21, 2013

  2. Mission To elevate the status of Central Florida’s arts and culture to that befitting a world class community.

  3. State of the Arts • FY14 Arts Funding • Arts Learning for Life • FY 13 Cultural Facilities • Funding

  4. State of the Arts

  5. Trends • After years of declining revenue (as much as 18%), outlook is improving • National Arts-Giving up 6.9% YTD* • United Arts’ recent campaign up 3x National Average • Annual economic impact of $181M • 27,436 jobs supported by creative industries in Orange County *Source: Community Foundation of Central Florida

  6. Arts Revenue 8% 16% 30% 25% 10% Source: Community Foundation of Central Florida

  7. FY14 Arts Funding

  8. Arts & Cultural Affairs Advisory Council Members Cristina Calvet-Harrold Hal Kantor Jacqueline Centeno The Hon. Ted Edwards Evelyn Martinez Sherry Paramore Jennifer Quigley (Chair) Tiffany Sanders Paula Shives Becky Stafford (Vice Chair) Palmira Ubinas Alvin Wang Beverly Winesburgh

  9. Projected Funding United Arts $539,939 $632,554 Arts Learning for Life $36,000

  10. Arts Learning for Life

  11. Arts Learning for Life (Orange County Arts Education Center) Mission Statement To ensure access to high-quality arts education to all citizens.

  12. Possible Hosts

  13. Private Sponsors (since 2006) $223,990 (cash support only)

  14. FY13 Cultural Facilities Recommendations

  15. Cultural Facilities Funding • For renovating, equipping, maintaining, constructing, and acquiring • Governed by Florida Statute

  16. Cultural Facilities Funding • Funded 6 of the years since 2001 • $6,299,358 Total Investments • 25 Projects

  17. Cultural Facilities Review Panel ACAAC Review Panel Alvin Wang, Chair Jacqueline Centeno Hal Kantor Sherry Paramore Jennifer Quigley Paula Shives Subject Matter Experts Tony Aguerrevere – Former Orange County C.I.P Jeffrey Ault – Facility Designer Brian J. Morris – Construction Management Brooks Weiss – Architect

  18. 2013-2014 Cultural Facilities Funding Recommendations

  19. Art & History Museums - Maitland Exterior Build Out New Gallery Space Historic Area Intact TDT Funds $213,740 Total Project Cost $438,167 Phase 1 of 1

  20. Mad Cow Theatre Company Equipping new theaters TDT Funds $250,000 Total Project Cost $2.4 Million Phase 2 of 2

  21. Orlando Repertory Theatre Treatment of walls and floors Upgrade outdated rigging Replace deteriorating seating TDT Funds $120,000 Total Project Cost $1.35M Photo from previous phase Phase 3 of 3

  22. Orlando Science Center Expand, update, and renovate Center for Early Childhood Increase floorspace 2,000 sq. ft. TDT Funds $97,172 Total Project Cost $989,326 Phase 1 of 3

  23. Winter Garden Heritage Foundation Construction of permanent home for historic collection Will accommodate history/art exhibitions education programming/ events, and Visitor Information Center TDT Funds $250,000 Total Project Cost $1,037,889 Phase 1 of 2

  24. 2013-2014 Cultural Facilities FundingAction Requested Today Approval of proposed Cultural Facilities project grants as recommended by the Arts & Cultural Affairs Advisory Council in the amount of $930,912 allocated as follows: • Art & History Museums - $213,740 • Mad Cow Theatre Company - $250,000 • Orlando Repertory Theatre - $120,000 • Orlando Science Center - $97,172 • Winter Garden Heritage - $250,000