Members receive the benefits of ANZATA's advocacy for the arts therapy profession and the advantages and protection of being represented by a professional body. They also receive ANZATA's regular newsletter, ANZATA News, an annual peer-reviewed journal, ANZJAT, the ANZATA Forum on this website (go to members' login to get to the Forum) and the opportunity to receive a significant discount to attend an ANZATA conference or symposium each year.

ANZATA has four levels of membership

  • Professional 
  • Student
  • Trainee 
  • Associate

Payments for members from New Zealand/Pacific and Asia

This website only accepts payments in Australian dollars. As it is ANZATA policy that New Zealand and Singapore members can pay in their own currencies, there are codes for these members to adjust the amount they pay.

  • If you are from New Zealand or the Pacific Islands, please enter the code NZPAC.
  • If you are from Asia please enter the code ASIA.
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    Earlybird rates have been extended to 7 October for the Symposium in Christchurch in November.

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  • Art@AT Gallery

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  • What's happening in Singapore and Hong Kong

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  • FAQs

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