Hult Center Arts Access
Arts Access is a ticket subsidy program at the Hult Center that provides free or subsidized tickets to community members lacking adequate access to the performing arts. There are four different ways to participate in Arts Access; Arts For All, Group Ticket Subsidy Program, Bridge to Broadway, or Community Tickets Program. The Hult Center is dedicated to dismantling barriers to access and inclusion. We are committed to bringing the arts to all and being proactive in the way we invite people through our spaces, remove barriers to participation and the nature in which we engage our community.
Learn more about the programs below:
Arts For All
What is Arts for All?
Arts for All is a program that supports community members currently using an EBT or Oregon Trail Card. A patron can show their Oregon Trail Card/EBT and can purchase two (2) $5 tickets to many of the Hult Center’s best music, theatre and dance groups. Participation varies by event and will be clearly labeled on our website.
How does it work?
Arts For All offers $5 tickets to select Hult Presents shows. Participating shows will have information on the website. Patrons must purchase tickets in person to present their Oregon Trail Card and can then set up an account so it is noted they have purchased their allotted 2 tickets. Tickets will be on a first come, first served basis. Please note, Arts For All cannot be applied to past purchases.
Below are the events we can currently provide these tickets for:
Group Ticket Subsidy Program
The Hult Center’s Group Ticket Subsidy program provides an opportunity for organizations to get a discounted price on group tickets to a Hult Presents show of your choice (subject to availability).
To qualify for this program, your group or organization must be considered a Non-Profit focusing on youth development, social services, persons with disabilities, individuals with fixed incomes, or other groups that, for a variety of reasons, do not have regular opportunities to experience high quality performing arts. In addition, as equity is a priority to our department, we may use discretion when selecting school/organization to attend shows. If you have any questions, please reach out to HultEducation@eugene-or.gov .
Disclaimer: The Hult Center for the Performing Arts works with several different organizations throughout Lane County and beyond, and believes it is vital to make the arts accessible for all. The Center has limited funds to distribute to the Group Ticket Subsidy program. If organizations cannot use some or all of their tickets for their selected performance, they must let the Education and Engagement Department know 1 week prior to the show. This allows us time to redistribute funds to other partners in the Group Subsidy Tickets Program.
To apply for the program, please fill out the application below and we will be in touch!
Bridge To Broadway
Bridge to Broadway is a program dedicated to creating connections and opportunities for youth in our community to experience and engage with Broadway. We are committed to creating access for youth in our community to unite, be curious, and participate in the transformational power of the arts.
For more information on how to apply to get your students’ access to this program, how to support Bridge for Broadway & more, please visit our web page!
Community Tickets Program
Hult Center for the Performing Arts distributes free or subsidized tickets to community organizations serving populations lacking adequate access to the performing arts. Program participants include nonprofit organizations focusing on youth development, social services, persons with disabilities, individuals with fixed incomes, or other groups that, for a variety of reasons, do not have regular opportunities to experience high quality performing arts.
An organization must submit an application to become an official partner in the Community Tickets program. Organizations accepted into the program will receive regular communications about performances available for Community Tickets.