Looking for insider information and reviews about all of the cultural events happening on and around Long Island? From Art Exhibits, to Music Festivals, to Craft Shows, and everything in between – Long Island’s Arts & Culture Articles have everything you’ll want to know about what's happening in the art world right here on Long Island.
By Ls Cohen January 05, 2022
Grant from Robert D.L. Gardiner Foundation will help preserve gravestones.
By Ls Cohen December 17, 2021
No matter what style of art, these galleries will have you - and your walls - covered.
By Ls Cohen December 16, 2021
Begun in 2017, the 32-foot tall statue depicts the Native American who supposedly is responsible for the drowning deaths of a male swimmer every year.
By Chris Boyle December 16, 2021
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By Ls Cohen November 29, 2021
Mural on handball court wall created by local resident, Steven Soltysik.
By Chris Boyle November 22, 2021
Amanda Munz is the founder of The Fashion Foundation, a nonprofit organization which combines fashion and charitable giving.
By Chris Boyle November 18, 2021
“There's absolutely nothing about my childhood I would change, and everybody that I talk to that grew up on Long Island has the same exact feeling,” Doug said.
By Chris Boyle November 17, 2021
The Atelier at Flowerfield is a studio where students can learn art, especially drawing and painting in all media.
By Chris Boyle November 15, 2021
"Without understanding history, Veterans Day becomes just another date on the calendar."
By Catherine Eve November 13, 2021
Experience an immersive wonderland of lights at LuminoCity, now through January 9, at Whitney Pond Park in Manhasset.
By Chris Boyle October 26, 2021
First project depicts the Kings Park Bluff.
By Chris Boyle October 22, 2021
The upcoming show represents the first one that has been held in over two years, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
By Chris Boyle October 19, 2021
“Music education has been a cornerstone of our historic company since the late 1800s, and today is no different,” said Gavin English, President of Steinway & Sons.