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  1. Annual Individual Membership includes the following “Member Only” benefits:
  2. Listing as LIAA Member  with your name on two Alliance websites: www. longislandartsalliance.org and www.ArtsAliveLI.org
  3. Opportunities to network and collaborate at ”Member Only” events. Two per year.
  4. Receive one of the gifts below based on level of membership:

 

$25.00 – Starving Artist Member 

Receive ”member benefits”

$50.00 –  Art Lover Member

Receive ”member benefits” and a “Because the Arts Matter” Tumbler (While supplies last)

$100.00 – Art Collector Member

Receive ”member benefits” and  “Because the Arts Matter” T- Shirts + Tumbler (While supplies last) 

$250.00 – Curator Member

Receive ”member benefits” and two “Because the Arts Matter” T- Shirts + Tumbler + commemorative Poster of Choice (While supplies last)

CLICK HERE for mail in application.

Thank you for being one of the “few dreamers” working to keep the arts and cultural scene alive and for your support of the Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA).Support Long Island Arts Alliance and join a group of committed individuals, arts organizations and arts educators determined to advance the arts on Long Island.

Your support has infused the Alliance with a renewed spirit creating these initiatives:

Arts Alive LI – The Long Island October Arts Festival, launched October 2012, is a month-long festival showcasing Long Island and its world-class arts and cultural organizations. ArtsAliveLI.org is the companion website and and your go-to calendar for arts events throughout the year!

Scholarships – LIAA’s Scholar-Artist Awards recognize high school students judged to be “the best of the best” on Long Island in both academics and in the arts. LIAA has partnered with area universities to offer full scholarships to qualified honorees.

Arts Education Roundtable – The series works to support full-time arts teaching and supplemental arts programming in schools.  This program is made possible, in part, by a grant from New York Council on the Arts (NYSCA) in 2012 and 2013.