A Minute Smarter is a collaborative series, produced by Waldo Cabrera of MyLITV, offering Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA)Member Organizations the opportunity to share their expertise and passion with the public. LIAA organized 8 spots that demonstrate how to nurture and encourage creativity in our children. A Minute Smarter airs at the end of the half-hour My Long Island TV show airing weekdays on Verizon FiOS1 10:30 AM and 1:30 PM. The award-winning “My Long Island TV” show is local programming at its best. Each half hour is a kinetic collection of positive Long Island features about the people and events that make our communities great.
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Brenda Simmons, Chair of the African American Museum of the East End (AAMEE) shares “A Little Creativity with Lots of Hugs” | A Minute Smarter
David Stewart Wiley, Music Director and Conductor for the Long Island Philharmonic: Music Stimulates A Child’s Mind | A Minute Smarter
Patricia Shih, Singer, Songwriter and Musician, share how music enriches your child’s life.
Charlee Miller, Executive Director of the Art League of Long Island in Dix Hill: Role Playing While Drawing Inspires Creativity in Kids
Laura Lynch, Director of Education at the Nassau County Museum of Art: Inspire Artistic Creativity With Household Objects
The Arts Heal, Support Them: Theresa Statz-Smith, Executive Director of the Long Island Arts Alliance – A Minute Smarter
Marian Conway, Chair of the Long Island Arts Alliance: It costs money to save the world | A Minute Smarter
Vanessa Geppert, Education Coordinator, Children’s Museum of the East End (CMEE): Instead of Reading a Story, Play Pretend with Your Child
Helen Harrison, Director of the Pollock-Krasner House and Study Center: Get Creative By Being Destructive
Aimee Terzulli, Educator at the Long Island Children’s Museum (LICM): Hands-on Science That Stimulates Children’s Creativity