Frequently Asked Questions.

The Hub is for artists and cultural producers (curators, producers, commissioners etc) that are interested in or working in the field of arts and health. There is no hierarchy in the Hub — everyone is welcome, regardless of their experiences. We welcome to people of all backgrounds and champion the power of lived experience. The make-up of the group is diverse and is what makes the collective so powerful and effective.

I want to get involved. Where do I start?

Register with us, it’s free. Once you’re registered you can RSVP to our free event and buy tickets for our paid events. We’ll also send you an invite to join us over on our online Slack community. If you haven’t received it (and you’re registered) then contact us.

How much does it cost?

Membership to the Arts & Health Hub is free. This gives you access to our mailing list and a number of our opportunities that are are free and/or funded by external sources. The Arts & Health Hub is a registered and functioning business. At times we charge a fee to cover costs to the organisation and to fairly pay freelancers that deliver events/projects. We believe in paying freelancers fairly. Where possible we offer concessionary and bursary tickets to support those who may face barriers to attending.

I work for an arts & health organisation, can I join?

Sure. We’re open to artists and professionals from the arts and health sector, but please note that our network is artist led and primarily for artists.

We are always open to new partner organisations to deliver projects with. Get in touch and let’s talk.

I want to come to an event but I don’t want to become a member. What shall I do?

Our network is based on reciprocity and commitment. It’s a part of our terms and conditions that our free events are only open to registered members. It’s free to register.

More questions?

Feel free to get in touch with us at info@artsandhealthhub.org.