Arts/Humanities Councils

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    Taxonomy Code: TD-1400.0400

    Organizations that foster, nurture and sustain artistic excellence or support research, education and public programs in the humanities and create a climate in which the arts and humanities may flourish and be experienced and enjoyed by the public. Included are groups that support design arts, dance, expansion arts, folk arts, media arts (film, radio and television), museums, music, opera/musical theater, theater and the visual arts as well as the humanities including literature, history, philosophy, theology, modern and classical languages, archaeology, linguistics, jurisprudence and the social sciences.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    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
    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
    ARTS COUNCIL OF THE EAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARYPromotes art and culture in the community. Holds a juried Art Show at the Bayard Cutting Arboretum each October to display the works of local artists age 18 and up. The East Islip Arts Council, a volunteer group promoting art and artists in the community, meets at the library.SuffolkARTS COUNCIL OF THE EAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARYEAST ISLIP PUBLIC LIBRARY
    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.
    BABYLON CITIZENS COUNCIL ON THE ARTSPromotes cultural activities and art services. Sponsors annual events such as art exhibitions, ballets, concerts, children's theater programs, and the Long Island Bluegrass Festival. The art program includes art and dance classes, workshops, rotating art exhibits, guest artists and art bus trips.SuffolkBABYLON CITIZENS COUNCIL ON THE ARTSBABYLON CITIZENS COUNCIL ON THE ARTS
    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
    DISCOVER MUSIC SERIESOffers to the general public a series of 12 workshops providing information on a variety of types and styles of music.SuffolkDISCOVER MUSIC SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
    EXHIBITION PROGRAM-MAIN STREET PETITE GALLERYOffers juried art shows and curated exhibits. Masters Show for Best in Show and Honorable Mention winners of juried shows. Receptions are every show opening, offering gallery talks and opportunities to meet exhibiting artists. Gallery lease opportunities.SuffolkEXHIBITION PROGRAM-MAIN STREET PETITE GALLERYHUNTINGTON ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
    FREE CONCERT SERIESProvides free concerts at Bayard Cutting Arboretum during January, February, June, July, August. Free concerts at East Islip Public Library in March and October. Free concerts a Sayville Common Ground, Dowling College and all Town parks, marinas and golf courses.SuffolkFREE CONCERT SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
    NEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS DE-CENTRALIZATION GRANTS PROGRAMAwards annual grants to non-profit organizations and/or individual artists to help strengthen the arts and cultural programs in their communities. Considers applicants' quality of programming, community support, and professionalism in making funding decisions, and awards grants on recommendation of a seven-member panel of local artists, community leaders, and others from throughout Suffolk County. Grants range from $500 to $5,000.SuffolkNEW YORK STATE COUNCIL ON THE ARTS DE-CENTRALIZATION GRANTS PROGRAMHUNTINGTON ARTS COUNCIL, 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.
    SUBSCRIPTION CONCERT SERIESProvides four chamber music concerts at Boulton Center, Bay Shore.SuffolkSUBSCRIPTION CONCERT SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.
    WORLD MUSIC SERIESOffers to the public a free World Music Series consisting of four concerts showcasing Latin influences.SuffolkWORLD MUSIC SERIESISLIP ARTS COUNCIL, INC.

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