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Programs that offer classes or lectures which teach the history and fundamentals of any of the arts including architecture, art, music, opera, dance, theater and film.

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ACCESS TO THE ARTSProvides accessible and affordable cultural life for teenagers by offering them $5.00 tickets to various cultural events and museums, as well as special teen programs. Assists arts organizations with audience development. Call for more information.NassauACCESS TO THE ARTSLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
ACTING, ART, COOKING AND DANCE CLASSES; SCIENCEOffers classes on acting, art, guitar and dance. Serves youth living in the Patchogue-Medford community. Registration required. Call for Schedule.SuffolkACTING, ART, COOKING AND DANCE CLASSES; SCIENCEPATCHOGUE-MEDFORD YOUTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES, INC.
ADULT SERVICESProvides Reference, Information and Referral, Reader's Advisory, and a wide range of programs which may include arts/crafts, cooking, book discussions, performances and films, yoga and travel. Also offers a variety of health related programs including blood pressure screening.SuffolkADULT SERVICESRIVERHEAD FREE LIBRARY
AFFILIATE PROGRAMProvides assistance to individual artists, cultural/community organizations, libraries, and school districts. Provides referrals for performances and exhibitions, networking opportunities, seminars, exhibit space, notification of donations when available. Call for more information.NassauAFFILIATE PROGRAMLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
ART CLASSESOffers a variety of art classes for ages Pre K-Adult. Watercolor, sculpture, photography, cartooning, fashion illustration, painting and drawing are some of the techniques introduced.SuffolkART CLASSESSMITHTOWN TOWNSHIP ARTS COUNCIL
ART EXHIBITIONSProvides art gallery exhibitions and docent tours featuring art works by emerging and established artists. Call for information.NassauART EXHIBITIONSGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
ART GALLERIESOffers Art Galleries and Museums that are open to the public. The Hillwood Art Museum located on the second floor of Hillwood Commons, presents a year-round schedule of temporary exhibitions that cover topics from antiquity to the cutting edge of contemporary art, while objects from the Permanent Collection may be seen year-round in the Permanent Collection Gallery at the Museum. The 4500 square foot space boasts a beautiful curved gallery which Phyllis Braff of The New York Times has called "one of the Island's most dramatic showcases for art" Hillwood Art Museum's impressive and eclectic Permanent Collection consists of objects dating from the earliest of man's endeavors in the creation of art to contemporary art. An active, and well attended, Education Program incorporating Family Day activities, the Tuesday Evening Lecture and Performance Series, as well as extensive hands-on programs for Visiting Schools from the surrounding community is the pride of the Museum's endeavors. The Art League Students Gallery located in the main lobby of Hillwood Commons is home to the Art League Students Gallery, which exhibits undergraduate and graduate students' artwork. Exhibits range from one-person shows to small group exhibits, and include displays of ceramics, paintings, mixed media, computer graphics, and other mediums. Hours vary, but admission is free. Also offered is the Hutchins Gallery Located in the lower level of the Library, Hutchins Gallery is a magnificent exhibit hall which features the sculpture and painting of local artists, faculty and students and The Interactive Multimedia Arts Gallery which is a web site for the exhibition of the works of graduate students who are further developing their creative ability in an interactive digital environment. For additional information, contact the Department of Multimedia Arts at 516-299-2382. For additional information on all the galleries and museums please contact the Art Department at 516-299-2464 or e-mail artdept@cwpost.liu.edu. NassauART GALLERIESLIU POST
ART GALLERIESBrings outstanding local and nationally known artists and their work to the college in order to enrich the experiences of students, faculty, and the surrounding communities. The galleries also serve as a venue for the exhibition of artwork done by Suffolk's students and faculty. Receptions and lectures are usually held in conjunction with most exhibits, all of which are free and open to the public. Check the Calendar of Events for upcoming art exhibits. Galleries include the Maurice N. Flecker Memorial Gallery located on the Ammerman Campus, The Lyceum Gallery located on the Eastern Campus and Gallery West located on the Grant Campus. Call for detailed information regarding each gallery.SuffolkART GALLERIESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
ART REACHEngages students in activities to learn about the creative process from the perspectives of viewer, creator and performer. Projects include an in-school assembly performance by a professional company, an artist residency, and a showcase of student work in a culminating event at the conclusion of the project. Works to help develop creative and critical thinking while instilling a passion for the arts. Program takes place at Long Island schools. Call for more information.NassauART REACHGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
ARTS IN EDUCATION: THE JOURNEY PROGRAMIntegrates the arts into the school curriculum for the understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity. This is accomplished through annual teachers' workshops for professional development and in-service credit, indigenous artists' visits to the schools and the lending program of Discovery Chests containing dozens of cultural artifacts and objects for hands-on experiences within the classroom.SuffolkARTS IN EDUCATION: THE JOURNEY PROGRAMHUNTINGTON ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
BROOKHAVEN ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCILAssists and supports artists who live and/or work in the Town of Brookhaven. Provides regularly scheduled art exhibitions, workshops for adults and children in visual and performing arts, the annual Choral Festival at Brookhaven and much more.SuffolkBROOKHAVEN ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCILBROOKHAVEN ARTS AND HUMANITIES COUNCIL
CINEMA ARTS CENTRECinema offers a place to meet with frineds-make new ones-before and after the films. There are receptions and meetings with filmmakers and guest speakers. Also Video presentations and panel discussions, workshops, seminars, and music concerts. There is also a Cafe featuring Be Well Organic Vegetarian, Hearty Soups, and other healthy meals.SuffolkCINEMA ARTS CENTRECINEMA ARTS CENTRE
COMMUNITY ARTS EVENTSOffers concerts, family arts days and workshops, Outreach Galleries at local banks, children and adult music, literary and arts programs. Parking off of Mills Pond Road.SuffolkCOMMUNITY ARTS EVENTSSMITHTOWN TOWNSHIP ARTS COUNCIL
COMMUNITY LIBRARY FRIENDS OF THE ARTS, INC.Provides high quality cultural activities that make the arts accessible, affordable and fun. Currently presenting a performing arts series consisting of music, dance, and theatre.SuffolkCOMMUNITY LIBRARY FRIENDS OF THE ARTS, INC.MASTICS-MORICHES-SHIRLEY COMMUNITY LIBRARY
DOCENT LED GALLERY TOURSOffers docent led gallery tours for school students linking the current exhibition to the school curriculum. 11/2 to 2 hour tours are available to schools (K-12) throughout the school year. Includes tour, art search, and exhibition related art project. Tours are especially designed and age appropriate. Tours are also available for adults. NassauDOCENT LED GALLERY TOURSGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
GOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE FURMAN FILM SERIESOffers commercial, foreign, art and independent films for adults followed by a lively discussion between the audience, scholars and filmmakers. Call for information.NassauGOLD COAST INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS THE FURMAN FILM SERIESGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
HECKSCHER MUSEUM OF ARTPermanent collection contains over 2,500 works from the 15th-20th Century. Sponsors lectures, classes, workshops and concerts for adults and children. Tours for schools and other groups by appointment. Call for information. Publishes Newsletter.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION DIVISION OF CULTURAL AFFAIRSTOWN OF HUNTINGTON
JURIED PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWOffers an annual photography show, open to amateurs and professionals of all ages throughout the United States. Sponsors an Awards Reception open to the public. Call for more information.NassauJURIED PHOTOGRAPHY SHOWLONG ISLAND ARTS COUNCIL AT FREEPORT
MOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYExhibits nationally and internationally renowned artists throughout the year and has been recognized by the New York Times and Newsday many times. Our gallery schedule also includes two student exhibitions each year. The gallery was founded in 1997. Our mission is to promote and support Long Island artists and Long Island arts organizations. The Art Gallery hosts opening receptions for all exhibitions, which are free and the public is invited to attend. Call for the more detailed information.NassauMOLLOY COLLEGE ART GALLERYMOLLOY COLLEGE
MUSIC ENSEMBLESOffers a solid and comprehensive foundation for both music majors who intend to pursue music as a career and non-majors who are interested in performing. The Music Department currently sponsors the following performing ensembles, Symphonic Band; College Choir; Suffolk Singers; Contemporary Music Ensemble; Jazz Ensemble; College Orchestra; and Guitar Ensemble. All SCCC students, faculty, and staff, as well as members of the community, are welcome to participate in a music ensemble. Contact the music department for requirements.SuffolkMUSIC ENSEMBLESSUFFOLK COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE
MUSIC ON MAIN STREET/BAY SHORE BAND SHELLProvides free summer concerts at the Bay Shore Band Shell.SuffolkMUSIC ON MAIN STREET/BAY SHORE BAND SHELLISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
NASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ARTProvides world class art/sculpture garden/exhibitions including the Tee Ridder Minatures Museum, lectures, craft workshops, children's programs, art school, concerts, outdoor shows, special programs and tours, set in a gold coast mansion on 145 acres. Outdoor sculpture garden, formal gardens, pinetum, gift shop, and cafe are available.NassauNASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ARTNASSAU COUNTY MUSEUM OF ART
PROGRAMS FOR THE AGING-NUTRITIONProvides a main meal at 12:00pm Monday through Friday.Regular pre/post luncheon activities include crafts, yoga/exercise classes, bingo and chess. Also offers special social, cultural and educational programs and trips to places of interest. Partially funded through Suffolk County Office For The Aging.SuffolkDEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICESTOWN OF EAST HAMPTON
QUEENS-NASSAU BRANCHEncourages and fosters women's roles in the fields of art, writing and music. Offers workshops, discussion groups and lectures related to the creative process. Conducts writing and poetry contests, art exhibitions and music composition competitions at various levels within the organization.NassauQUEENS-NASSAU BRANCHNATIONAL LEAGUE OF AMERICAN PEN WOMEN, INC.
RESOURCE AND REFERRAL FOR ARTISTSAssists artists of all disciplines with grant and funding opportunities. Offers an online artist registry as well as outreach gallery exhibitions. Parking off Mills Pond Road.SuffolkRESOURCE AND REFERRAL FOR ARTISTSSMITHTOWN TOWNSHIP ARTS COUNCIL
SCHOOL OF CULTURAL ARTSOffers fine art, music and exercise classes for adults and children. All classes are taught by professionals in their fields. Classes take place at the Museum School in Brookwood Hall. Call or visit website for more information.SuffolkSCHOOL OF CULTURAL ARTSISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
SPECIAL EVENTS/PERFORMANCESOffers special events, musical and theatrical performances for adults, seniors, and children. Call for information. Serves Nassau County and Queens residents.NassauSPECIAL EVENTS/PERFORMANCESGREAT NECK CENTER FOR THE VISUAL AND PERFORMING ARTS, INC.
STALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTSOffers performances that educate, enlighten and entertain audiences across the University, greater community and region. We produce and present outstanding and diverse professional and university sponsored performances, exhibits and educational programs in the areas of music, dance, theater, film, and fine art. The Staller Center hosts hundreds of events every year. Our biggest point of pride is our annual live performance season, featuring the best in live music, dance, and theatrical performances. We also host movies throughout the year with a Fall and Spring Friday Night Movie Series, as well as our very own Stony Brook Film Festival, featuring the 10 days of the best in independent films. With numerous annual art exhibitions in our Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery, as well as University sponsored and Academic events, there is something for everyone at Staller Center. See our upcoming events below or view our full calendar by clicking the button below. In addition an Arts & Education Outreach program is available. All Staller Center Arts and Education Outreach are supported by generous private donations from individuals who value advancing the arts in young minds. We invite you to join us at a Staller Center Arts & Education Outreach program and experience the excitement in the air. The Staller Center is dedicated to providing cultural arts experiences and educational opportunities to the local community and Stony Brook University students of all ages from preschool through young adult. Through the Barbara N. Wien Arts & Education Endowment as well as an anonymously funded Educational Outreach Endowment, Staller Center can share the arts through programs such as First on Us, master-classes, complimentary tickets and busing for area schools, orchestra to orchestra and the ever-popular Instrument Petting Zoo. Call for more detailed information.SuffolkSTALLER CENTER FOR THE ARTSSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
STONY BROOK UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIESOffers art galleries that are open to the public. Art Galleries include: Paul W. Zuccaire Gallery; Lawrence Alloway Memorial Art Gallery, Students Activities Center Art Gallery; Tabler Center Art Gallery; Simons Center and Charles B. Wang Center Galleries. Call each Gallery for specific information.SuffolkSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY ART GALLERIESSTONY BROOK UNIVERSITY
THE JOHN CRANFORD ADAMS PLAYHOUSEHouses a Playhouse which is an 1105 seat, proscenium-style theater that serves the University, as well as the surrounding community, as the premier cultural venue on the Hofstra Campus. Not only the site for many of Hofstra’s finest theatrical, musical, dance, and lecture events, the venue is also, as the schedule allows, provided as a rental house for local, national, and international productions, conferences, performing arts companies, lectures, school events, and church groups. The Department of Theater Facilities is a small, dedicated staff of professionals committed to providing our University and rental clients with exceptional advice, assistance, and support to ensure that every event at the Adams Playhouse, from the simplest podium-based lecture to the most lavish of musicals, is a resounding success. Call for more detailed information.NassauTHE JOHN CRANFORD ADAMS PLAYHOUSEHOFSTRA UNIVERSITY
THE MADISON THEATRECreates a versatile, first-class facility that will offer a diverse range of world-class entertainment for the South Shore and greater Long Island region. Situated only 30 minutes from Manhattan, we will strive to be an incubator for creative development for the artistic community while educating and inspiring young performers, writers, and technicians for careers within the entertainment industry. We share in the College’s belief that artistic expression and appreciation is an important part of the development of the full person. The 550-seat theatre hosts a variety of world-class performers from the world of theatre, music, dance, cabaret, comedy and more. Please visit the Madison Theatre's site for more detailed information.NassauTHE MADISON THEATREMOLLOY COLLEGE

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