Long Island Arts Alliance Applications are Now Open
Long Island Arts Alliance (LIAA) is looking for applications from Nassau and Suffolks most promising student scholar artists.
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The application must be postmarked no later than June 1.
“In a year where normalcy has gone out the window, it was important to LIAA, Newsday, and our Scholar-Artist Committee that we continue the legacy of recognizing and honoring Long Island’s incredible young artists” says Lauren Wagner, director of the Long Island Arts Alliance. “Not only is this program a celebration of the student’s accomplishments, but it also recognizes the support and dedication of their arts educators and their school districts. Right now, art, art-making, expression, and creativity are more important than ever, and if we can do something to highlight the importance of arts education in our schools, then we are going to do it.”
For more information about the application requirements, visit the LIAA website. You can view the profiles of former LIAA winners here.