Are you looking for virtual and live programs, shows, exhibitions, and events from nonprofit arts organizations in Nassau and Suffolk counties? The Islip Arts Council provides accurate information on its website, but cannot guarantee the total absence of errors or omissions. All programs and events are subject to change. Let the city supervisor and county legislature know how important it is for you and your family that cultural programs continue in the City of Islip. Suffolk County has a lot to offer when it comes to arts and culture events.
The Pine Barrens Pictorial Exhibit is currently on display at the Suffolk County Water Authority Education Center in Hauppauge. This exhibit showcases the first American silversmiths who were influenced by Dutch and English designs, but over time an “American style” evolved: simple and robust in design, with considerable weight and well crafted. The Suffolk County Historical Society (SCHS) is another great resource for those interested in learning about the rich history of Suffolk County. Founded in 1886, SCHS is a non-profit organization that collects and preserves the county's history.
The Flecker Memorial Gallery, located on the Suffolk County Community College Ammerman campus, 533 College Road, is another great place to explore arts and culture events in Suffolk County. Whether you're looking for virtual or live programs, shows, exhibitions, or events, there are plenty of options available in Suffolk County. Make sure to let your city supervisor and county legislature know how important it is for you and your family that cultural programs continue in the City of Islip.