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Staller Center Stays Connected through Online Resources

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Although Staller Center‘s doors are closed for April and May due to COVID-19, Director Alan Inkles and his team have been hard at work to bring you online resources that help you stay connected with the arts during these trying times.

Staller Center Director Alan Inkles
Staller Center Director Alan Inkles

In April Staller Center is offering new resources from its Instrument Petting Zoo for people at home with children or grandchildren who are looking for things to do with them. You can also download music education workbooks and create music together at home. Visit for all available content.

In May Staller Center will make available online some of its award-winning short films from previous years of the Stony Brook Film Festival presented by Island Federal.

Also, if you’re missing the broadcasts of Metropolitan Opera or the National Theatre Live you can find nightly streams from both available online.

“All year long, the Staller Center relies on the generosity and kindness of our patrons, donors and sponsors,” said Inkles. “More than ever, it is important to support our local businesses and community members.”

For ways to help our community partners and Stony Brook Medicine through this crisis, please click here.

Join Staller Center’s email list to stay informed of any future announcements.

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