“Social engagement and creativity were the key drivers behind this program,” said Diana Silvey, program director at Winter Park Health Foundation, which approached Orlando-based CFCArts with the idea for Arts In Action. Arts in Action is a natural fit for CFCArts, said executive director Joshua Vickery. The group already runs community choirs, an orchestra, a theater series, a performing-arts school and specialty programs for those with dementia and autism. But to pull off something this wide-ranging required partnerships with a multitude of community organizations, including Crealdé School of Art and Rollins College’s Cornell Fine Arts Museum, both in Winter Park; and the Art & History Museums and Holocaust Center, both in Maitland. Partner organizations will host classes and spread the word to their members.