Artists trade for medical benefits

Historically, artists have been able to exchange their wares for just about everything and now they can add Health Care to the list. The Artist Access Program at Woodhull Medical Center in Brooklyn allows artists to trade their services (mostly performance-based art, not physical artwork) for medical credits that they can use to cover medical costs. 40 ‘credits’ per hour, not too bad.

More on the program here

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