Thanks to federal support through the National Endowment for the Arts, the annual grants that keep Central Florida’s cultural nonprofits running increased by $100,000 — and benefited five additional organizations, including Howey Mansion Music Series.
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Rising Stars: Meet Arisa Kusumi Sullivan. Read about it at OrlandoVoyager!
Howey Mansion Music Series was spotlighted in the Orlando Sentinel 2020-2021 season preview in the September 22, 2020 edition.
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concert on the lawn featured
Check out the article in Lake and Sumter Style Magazine July 2020 issue and find out all you need to know about our 2020-2021 season!
HMMS received a mini-grant from United Arts of Central Florida to fund the new children's music education opportunity: Mansion Music. Mansion Music will be available to all public and private school students as a field trip in conjunction with the Howey Mansion's historic tours. The program will teach children about the background and highlights of classical and jazz music in order to further our mission to breathe new life into musical treasures. Read about it in the Orlando Sentinel!
singing in the kitchen
Executive Director Arisa Kusumi Sullivan is featured in the January 2020 issue of Lake and Sumter Style Magazine.