United Arts of Central Florida (Facebook | Website) announced the recipients of its second cycle of Orange County Venue Subsidy Grants.
United Arts and Orange County administrators modified the criteria of the Venue Subsidy Grants to make them accessible to groups with longer-term venue leases as well, in light of the pandemic. Fifteen organizations were awarded grants totaling $278,300. Ten were to assist with long-term leases; five organizations that were awarded grants in the first cycle forfeited those grants because of event cancellations and reapplied in the second cycle, switching from a venue rental subsidy to a long-term lease subsidy.
New long-term lease grant recipients are: .
- Crealde School of Art – $5,785
- Garden Theatre – $11,619
- Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center of Florida – $9,841
- Mad Cow Theatre – $11,910
- Orlando Museum of Art – $49,287
- Orlando Repertory Theatre – $23,370
- Orlando Science Center – $50,000
- Orlando Shakes – $24,558
- The Association to Preserve the Eatonville Community – $2,568
- The Winter Park Playhouse – $25,315
Modified Awards from the first grant cycle include:
- Central Florida Ballet – New funding amount – $14,480
- Central Florida Community Arts – New Funding amount – $3,875
- Downtown Arts District – New Funding amount – $3,854
- Enzian – New Funding amount – $35,053
- Orlando Fringe – New Funding amount – $6,685
Click HERE to see the 19 organizations that were awarded the first round of the grant earlier in the year.