ADVANCING THE ARTS FOR ALL OF LONG ISLAND
Long Island Scholar-Artist Awards
Back In The Spotlight: Boys and Girls Club of Shinnecock Nation Selected to the 2023 Latino & Native American Film Festival
Arts & Economic Prosperity Study
ARTSY THINGS TO DO THIS WEEK ON LI:
JOIN THE ALLIANCE
As a member of Long Island Arts Alliance, you join a broad network of artists and arts organizations committed to the continued cultural development on Long Island. In addition to your membership benefits, your contribution supports the development of programs, policies, and opportunities for Long Island's creative sector. These activities include the Arts & Economic Prosperity 6 study that measures the economic impact of the nonprofit arts industry in the region.
ABOUT LONG ISLAND ARTS ALLIANCE (LIAA)
LIAA IS AN INDEPENDENT NONPROFIT ORGANIZATION THAT SERVES OUR ARTS AND CULTURAL COMMUNITY ACROSS LONG ISLAND
Our mission is to provide vision and leadership to support thriving and diverse arts on Long Island, and this is done through initiatives that engage and promote the arts across Nassau and Suffolk Counties, benefiting our local artists, arts organizations, public schools, and our communities. In addition, we serve as an advocate for arts education in our schools and collaborate on strategies for economic development and community revitalization.
Long Island Arts Alliance was formed in 2003, with the goal of creating an island-wide cohort of not-for-profit arts organizations to actively address the challenges facing the arts community and communicate the economic impact the sector has on our region. Today, our membership boasts over 120 of the island’s arts and culture organizations, and creative businesses that include a diverse range of disciplines, budget, and geographic representation.
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LIAA gratefully acknowledges the generous support of many individuals, businesses and foundations in our community.
Long Island Arts Alliance is made possible with support from:
A donation to Long Island Arts Alliance today will help our creative sector endure tomorrow!
We acknowledge that we live, work and create on the ancestral lands of the Matinecock, Merrick, Massapequas, Nissaquogue, Secatogue, Setauket, Unkechaug, Shinnecock, Corchaug, Mannansett and Montaukett People.