The Office of Film and Cultural Affairs exists to promote and expand the richness of experiences that Suffolk has to offer to residents and visitors alike. While our county is home to scores of museums, many fine works of art adorn our public buildings, religious sites, parks and other non-traditional venues.
We encourage you to explore arts organizations listed in our Cultural Resources. You can also visit the Discover Long Island's website calendar to learn about cultural opportunities in your region: DLI Things To Do.
We encourage you to read the Suffolk County Comprehensive Plan "Framework For The Future" It was unanimously adopted in 2015, Resolution 659-2015.
The Suffolk County Office of Cultural Affairs is a proud division of Economic Development and Planning. Please call us at 631-853-4800 or send us an email.
Natalie Wright, Commissioner, Economic Development and Planning