United Arts Collaborative Campaign Partners
Art & History Museums – Maitland
Art & History Museums – Maitland is a proud partner of the Collaborative Campaign for the Arts. The A&H stimulates thought, sparks the imagination, and fosters appreciation in art, historical research, and preservation. A&H offers immersive art & history experiences in its four museums across two campuses, including the Maitland Art Center, a 1937 artist colony, and the only National Historic Landmark in greater Orlando.
Bach Festival Society of Winter Park
The Bach Festival Society is the South’s home for great oratorio works, presenting choral masterworks throughout the season and during the Annual Bach Festival. The Society also presents top-tier chamber musicians from around the world in concert and provides educational and community outreach programs to encourage participation in music at all levels. The Bach Festival Society has been based at Rollins College since 1935.
Central Florida Ballet
Central Florida Ballet aims to entertain, educate, and inspire through the universal art form of dance. With a diverse repertoire of dance productions and programs, their focus is on cultural enrichment to both local and global audiences through performing arts. At the local level, Central Florida Ballet hosts a Ballet Academy offering classical ballet, jazz, modern, tap, contemporary and body conditioning training for dancers aged 5 years and above. Assuming a key role in the career advancement of universal artistic talent, Central Florida Ballet also hosts their annual World Ballet Competition and Gala Performance – now in its fourteenth year of production.
Central Florida Community Arts
Starting out in 2010 as an idea for a small choir, Central Florida Community Arts has grown exponentially to become the nation’s largest Community Choir, Florida’s largest Symphony Orchestra, a flourishing community theatre, and a multitude of performing arts programs for students of all ages and abilities. Our mission is to connect, serve, and perform for the community, working toward a future where the arts are accessible to all. Donations to the Collaborative Campaign go directly toward this mission, with an emphasis on expanding programs that reach under-resourced communities.
Central Florida Vocal Arts/Opera del Sol
Central Florida Vocal Arts and Opera del Sol are dedicated to re-imagining the future of vocal arts and opera. We are dedicated to providing the highest quality training to young artists, while also providing performing opportunities to emerging and professional artists of all ages, using the arts to create tangible social good in our community.
Crealdé School of Art
Crealdé School of Art features a year-round curriculum of over 125 visual art classes for students of all ages, as well as award-winning outreach programs, taught by a faculty of more than 40 professional artists. Crealdé’s main campus offers two galleries and an outdoor sculpture garden. Crealdé’s second campus, the Hannibal Square Heritage Center, pays tribute through its permanent collection to contributions of Winter Park’s historic African-American community, as well as hosting visiting exhibitions. A limited number of classes are also held at the Jesse Brock Community Center in Winter Garden.
Downtown Arts District / CityArts Orlando
Dedicated to advancing arts and economic development in the City of Orlando. Providing promotional and financial assistance to art and cultural venues, public art projects and signature events. Cultural communities include visual arts, literature, the performing arts including music, drama, film, dance, and arts and culture-related retail business.
As Central Florida’s only full-time, nonprofit cinema, Enzian exists to entertain, inspire, educate and connect the community through film. Along with first-run independent features, Enzian offers a diverse lineup of special programming and events throughout the year. Enzian prides itself on its commitment to year-round, community collaboration and educational outreach, hosting a variety of cultural film festivals and programs including the Central Florida Jewish Film Festival, Science on Screen, KidFest, and Central Florida Film Slam. The theater is also home to Eden Bar and the Florida Film Festival, an Oscar®-qualifying festival in its 30th year, premiering the best in current, independent, and international cinema.
Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras
Florida Symphony Youth Orchestras is an organization that has served Central Florida for over sixty-four years and exists to encourage children and young adults, through the practice and performance of orchestral music, to become passionate leaders, thinkers, and contributors in their local community and beyond.
Garden Theatre’s mission is to inspire discovery through theatrical experiences that are innovative, impactful, and inclusive. The Garden has proudly led the charge to bring theatre back to the community after COVID-19 closed the doors of many arts centers around Central Florida. We gratefully ask for your support in our fight to bring the arts back to center stage.
In its five-year history, Opera Orlando has established itself as a premier opera company in Florida. It is the Opera’s privilege and responsibility to carry on opera’s legacy in the region by sharing emotionally compelling stories through this unique artistic expression. The company strives to celebrate, introduce and expand audiences, including students through its significant education program, to the continuing resonance of this all-encompassing art form.
Orlando Ballet’s mission is to entertain, educate, and enrich through the highest quality of dance. Your designated gift through the United Arts Collaborative Campaign will support all aspects of our mission from our world-class professional Company to the award-winning Orlando Ballet School and community enrichment programs. Orlando Ballet aims to ensure that anyone and everyone – regardless of socioeconomic status or other barriers – has the opportunity to experience the beauty and power of dance.
Orange County Regional History Center
Orange County Regional History Center showcases the vast collections of the Historical Society of Central Florida in a restored 1927 courthouse in the heart of downtown Orlando. Four floors of permanent exhibits take visitors on a journey through Central Florida’s fascinating history, limited-run exhibitions bring nationally important shows to the region and engaging programs for all ages bring history to life throughout the year.
Orlando Fringe is the longest running Fringe Festival in the United States and is one of the largest in North America, drawing over 75,000 people in 14 days to experience 14 indoor theatrical venues, a free outdoor stage, visual art, and activities for kids, teens, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities. The festival is held each May in Loch Haven Park, and it is 100% accessible, 100% inclusive, 100% unjuried, 100% uncensored, and returns 100% of ticket sales directly to the artists.
Orlando Museum of Art
Since its founding in 1924, Orlando Museum of Art has dedicated itself to presenting thought-provoking exhibitions and diverse educational programs that serve audiences of all ages, religions, races, sexual orientations, abilities, and backgrounds. Our programs benefit over 157,000 visitors annually, including thousands of underserved children and adults who otherwise would not have the opportunity to visit a museum. Your support not only makes art more accessible but allows us to inspire creative thinking, prompting individuals to see themselves and the world around them in a new light.
Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra
The Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra is Central Florida’s resident professional orchestra and is comprised of accomplished musicians from around the world. Our mission is to enrich and inspire the diverse communities of Central Florida through the transformative power of live music. Your support will help us captivate and inspire new audiences, deliver accessible and innovative community programs, and instill a love for music in future generations. Thank you for considering a gift to support the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.
Orlando Repertory Theatre
Each year, Orlando REP reaches over 100,000 individuals right here in Central Florida, teaching life skills through theatre skills and fostering empathy in young people. Children experience their favorite books coming to life onstage. They experience the thrill and confidence of performing. They learn to work together. They learn to walk in someone else’s shoes. Your gift helps improve the lives of children in Central Florida, by strengthening their mental health and emotional well-being, supporting their education and literacy, and encouraging their creativity and imagination.
Orlando Science Center
Orlando Science Center is Central Florida’s award-winning, hands-on science museum. Your generous contribution helps us inspire science learning for life through the creation of new interactive STEM exhibits and experiences and by supporting training for more than 2,000 teachers. Thanks to your support, we reach over 600,000 visitors each year, including more than 152,000 students.
With ambitious, high-caliber productions such as In the Heights, Les Miserables, and The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Orlando Shakes provides an innovative world-class theatrical experience to its guests, while showcasing William Shakespeare’s legacy as the cornerstone of the company. Orlando Shakes has grown into one of the region’s most acclaimed professional Equity theaters, and has garnered national recognition from critics such as The Wall Street Journal’s Terry Teachout. “Hence the high quality of Orlando Shakespeare, a company that deserves to be far more widely known outside Florida.” Now in its 32nd Season producing classic, contemporary, and children’s plays, the theater also offers immersive educational programming that serves local schools and enriches the Central Florida community at large.
Snap! Orlando is a leading contemporary visual arts organization in Central Florida with over 100 exhibited international photographers, multidisciplinary and new media artists. Now in its 11th year, Snap! has captured the interest and respect of contemporary artists, digital creators, art enthusiasts and photographers, and critics around the world. Snap! Orlando’s mission to celebrate master artists, discover and cultivate emerging talent, and broaden the demographic of engaged art enthusiasts within our community.
Timucua Arts Foundation
Timucua Arts Foundation is a multi-faceted arts and education institution, presenting concerts and festivals, operating a unique and intimate venue, and delivering education and wellness programming to people of all ages. Timucua’s distinctive integration of the performing and visual arts has carved a niche for high-level, accessibly priced programming in an intimate venue. Our core belief that The Arts Belong to Everyone is embodied in an expansive performance schedule unique in Central Florida, encompassing internationally-acclaimed jazz artists, indigenous and folkloric music and dance, contemporary classical music, avant-garde improvisation, film, site-specific theater, and more, all while visual artists work live on stage.
United Arts – Arts for ALL Fund
United Arts of Central Florida is the one-stop-shop for arts and culture funding, providing support for more than 60 organizations through collaborative fundraising campaigns, grants, and arts education in Lake, Orange, Osceola, and Seminole County. United Arts distributes $4.9 million in grant money annually including general operating support, diversity and accessibility grants, project grants, and more. Arts education opportunities are offered in and out of classrooms throughout the year thanks to funding in classrooms and field trips to a variety of different offerings around town. A strong arts community is the reason Central Florida feels like home to so many and none of this is possible without the support of our city and our donors. Thank you for giving back to your community.
Winter Garden Heritage Foundation
The mission of the Winter Garden Foundation is “to preserve our heritage and architecture while creating new cultural experiences.” Your donation helps us to gather and archive documents and artifacts that tell the stories of the people, places, and things that form the legacy of West Orange County; maintain our two museums and History Research, Education, and Visitors’ Center; and continue to foster our Education Programs, which reach thousands of students each year.