Providing affordable arts experiences to HERE audiences always has and will continue to be one of our primary goals.

Created to reach more members of our community, accessHERE ensures audience diversity and accessibility by maintaining a ticket price of $25 or less to all of our productions and providing nearly 10,000 free or discounted tickets yearly across New York City and beyond.


Student Rush
accessHERE Student Rush offers teachers and students, with a valid ID, free tickets to any production or presentation when tickets remain available at curtain time.


Community & Social Services
accessHERE provides free tickets to local community and social service organizations that serve local constituents. Contact us here to see if your organization qualifies.


Production Programming
All HARP readings, gallery openings, talks, and additional production events are always free and open to the public. View our calendar to learn more.


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HERE is grateful to receive support from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs for the accessHERE program.


More information

If you would like to learn more about accessHERE or would like to become a partner organization that receives free ticket offers, please contact Eleanor Kipping, HERE’s Audience Activist, at

Upcoming events

  • Artists working to inspire social change engage in-depth processes often unseen by the public. Engaging Artists: New Works in Practice is an entry point into the practices of emerging socially-engaged artists who participated in More Art’s 2017-18 Engaging Artists Fellowship.

  • Cocoon

    November 8 —
    December 22

    “Cocoon” highlights the work of Erik Bergrin, whose intricately crafted sculptures conceal bodies and ideas allowed to metamorphose into higher states of being by wrapping them in a tight, wicker embrace.

  • Epic People

    September 6 —
    October 28

    A group exhibition with work by Lauren Gregory, Dianne Hebbert, and Sylvanus Shaw. Curated by Marine Cornuet