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SA Reception 2018

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An Invitation to Members of Long Island’s Arts Leadership Community

You are Invited to:

A Reception in support of Long Island Arts Alliance and its arts and arts education programs including the LIAA Scholar-Artist Awards Program

Hosted by Hon. Roger Tilles

Member, New York State Board of Regents

Wednesday, September 12th, 2018 at 5:00 PM

The Atrium of Tilles Center 

for the Performing Arts at LIU Post

Program

5:00 – Introduction of the Class of 2019 LIAA Scholar-Artists

and winners of LIAA Awards of Merit

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Cocktail Reception and Entertainment 

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

Join leaders of Long Island’s arts, education, government, business and donor communities

to support and sustain the accomplishments and future of our region’s 

Creativity, Community, Collaboration and Education in the Arts.

CLICK HERE FOR SPONSORSHIP INFORMATION and to REGISTER

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 – $5000.

CONTACT THERESA STATZ-SMITH FOR MORE INFORMATION

THERESA@LONGISLANDARTSALLIANCE.ORG

(516) 224-8440

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.

Long Island Scholar-Artist Awards

Presented by New York Community Bank Foundation

A program of Long Island Arts Alliance  in cooperation with Newsday and Arts Reach Fund of Long Island Community Foundation