According to a recent survey, US-based artists are less likely to have health insurance than the general public. They are also unsure about the Affordable Care Act, and seek advice about how to navigate this new health care landscape.

A task force of musician and artist advocacy organizations are working together to help creatives learn more and take action on health care.



Do you have other questions? Email us at healthcare@headcount.org or call our artist-friendly hotline at 1-919-264-0418.

Artist-specific seminars


Every Monday
Every Artist Insured: Finding Affordable Health Insurance with Covered California
Actors' Fund, Every Monday in Los Angeles, CA

Every Thursday
Every Artist Insured: Navigating Health Care Reform
Actors' Fund, Every Thursday in New York, NY

Every Monday in March
Are You Confused about Health Care Reform?
Actors' Fund at Root Division in San Francisco, CA

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Online learning


Kaiser Family Foundation's brief video overview of the pieces of the Affordable Care Act.

AHIRC's excellent and thorough overview of the Affordable Care and and steps artists can take to find health care.

Data from a recent survey of US-based musicians and artists about their health care coverage.

A Pittsburgh-based artist collective describes the challenges artists face regarding health care and insurance.