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Hon. Roger Tilles, invites you to a Gala Reception in support of arts and arts education programs of Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) including the LIAA Scholar-Artist Awards Program

 

CLICK HERE for registration and sponsorship information.

Wed., September 12th, 5 PM

Goldsmith Atrium of the Tilles Center for the Performing Arts at LIU Post

PROGRAM

5 PM: Introducing the Class of 2019 Scholar-Artist Honorees and Awards of Merit

Please note: the program starts promptly at 5:00 PM, Reception will follow

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 Cocktail Reception and Entertainment

 

CLICK HERE for registration and sponsorship information.

Class of 2019 Scholar-Artist Honorees & their guests – including arts educators from their home schools – will be invited to attend at no cost. 

 

Honorees will be announced at the end of August. 

Fee for general attendance is $50 each.

Sponsorship Levels range from $100 – $10,000.

Contact Theresa Statz-Smith for more information

Theresa@LongIslandArtsAlliance.org

(516) 224-8440

 

Proceeds will benefit the arts and arts education programs of Long Island Arts Alliance, Inc., a New York State Not-for-Profit

 

Because of your support, the Alliance advocates for the arts and arts education communities as significant economic engines, stewards, presenters and trustees of important collections, community connectors and education providers. The arts help create vital communities in which to live and work. They spur travel and tourism that feed the economy and are a wise investment in a community’s infrastructure.

LIAA’s Scholar-Artist Awards program presents outstanding high school-age artists to the public in monthly profiles that appear in Newsday and on newsday.com. Scholar-Artists are chosen from five disciplines: Visual Arts, Music, Theater, Dance, and Media Arts. Selections are made from a pool of students nominated by each of Long Island’s public school districts, and from independent and parochial schools. In addition to the twenty students selected to be Scholar-Artists, twenty additional students receive Awards of Merit.