Accredited membership confers all benefits of standard membership in addition to providing coverage under the Flying Arts General Liability and Personal Accident insurance package. Applications for accredited membership go through an approval process which requires applicants to provide proof of their professional practice.
The Accredited Membership and General Liability (including Public Liability) and Personal Accident insurance package is available to individual and sole trading artists and arts workers engaged in activities related to professional practice. The policy year runs from 1 October to 1 October the following year where upon all policies attained through this period will required to renew for continued coverage.
Apply for a policy or policies covering your practice activity:
- Visual artists, designers, craft practitioners, curators and registrars
- Installers and conservators
- Arts administrators and arts project coordinators
- Multidisciplinary practitioners
Select a link above for more specific policy information, pricing and application details. You can take out one or multiple coverage types from the list above to suit your insurance needs. Please review our full scope of cover, General Liability Policy Document and Personal Accident Insurance Policy Document before making your application.
Membership and Insurance cover is offered on a pro rata annual basis 1 October – 1 October each year. Join after October and pay a pro rata rate. We can offer insurance outside of these rounds, please select start immediately in the application form. All policies end on 1 October each year and members are asked to renew should their wish for their membership and insurance to continue.
Current Policy Rounds – Coverage to 4pm, 1 October
|Application Closing Date
|Policy Start Date
New Policy Year
|20 December 2018 – Closed
For enquiries or further details call the Flying Arts Membership Lead on 07 3216 1322 or email email@example.com
To ensure you are covered for any claims arising from incidents/accidents that may have occurred in the past, you must have a current policy. You will not be covered for historical clams if your policy has lapsed.
If a claim is made against an artist it is the policy in place at the date of the claim that will respond to the claim, not the policy in place at the time the work was performed. In the case of Professional Indemnity and Products Liability insurance in particular, it is essential that continuity of cover be maintained until the practice believes that the risks arising from its past work are negligible (notionally 5- 7 years).
All Flying Arts financial members can access the full range of membership benefits, including workshop rebate vouchers, membership card, discounted fees for selected Flying Arts events and more. For the full range of benefits, please view our member benefits.