COVID-19 Emergency Resources
As arts organizations, nonprofits, and small businesses are impacted by the Coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, we look to share resources to support our community.
Celebrating Education and the Arts
Senior Concert Band, Conductor David Schecher, Usdan Gala 2015
World Class. Second to None.
The Knights, appearing at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts 2018-2019 Season
The Art and Artists of Long Island
Ernani Silva at LIAA Hispanic Heritage Month Exhibit, Bloomingdale’s
Recognizing Excellence in Young Artists
Central Islip High School Concert Choir, Conductor John Anthony, LIAA Gala 2017
Professional Development for Arts Management
Laura Savini facilitates LIAA’s Media on the Arts Panel
Welcome To Long Island Arts Alliance, Inc.
The Arts are not a luxury. They’re a necessity. And since 2002 Long Island Arts Alliance has been a driver of that necessity. Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) boasts a membership of more than 150, including all major Long Island arts institutions and arts education organizations, working artists, and universities. Among LIAA’s early initiatives were economic studies to document the impact of the arts on our economy. Today, LIAA sponsors events to provide Long Island’s arts leadership with programs based on its core mission of Creativity, Community, Collaboration and Education in the Arts. LIAA programs include Scholar-Artist Awards, Arts Management Forums and the LI Arts Map. The Alliance regularly promotes our region’s offerings in arts, culture and history, as well as provides professional development for arts managers, and exhibit opportunities for local artists.
Marian Conway, Ph.D. is LIAA’s current Chair, and former chairs are John R. Bransfield Jr., and Raymond Jansen. The Board includes key members of the arts and business leadership in our region. LIAA is organized to realize its statement of mission and message to the world - Long Island is World Class. Second to None.