Connecting New England-based artists who value health and medical freedom.
HFAINE.net is a simple, old-fashioned website with the goal of connecting New England area artists who value health freedom. For many years, but especially since spring 2020, major pharmaceutical and medical industries have heavily influenced our New England culture to embrace a philosophy of medical and health dictates from government and mainstream medicine. Those who oppose this philosophy in favor of making personal health choices often find themselves ostracized and isolated. In order to thrive, artists need the support of collaborators and patrons. Many artists find themselves faced with a choice between conforming their artistic expression to the reigning medical philosophy in order to engage with the greater community, or sticking to their health freedom values and creating their art alone.
Actors, Architects, Ceramicists, Choreographers, Composers, Dancers, Directors, Filmmakers, Graphic Designers, Illustrators, Musicians, Novelists, Painters, Photographers, Poets, Printmakers, Producers, Sculptors, Singers, Storytellers, Theater Technicians, Writers...
HFAINE.net (which you can pronounce "aitch-fain dot net" if you'd like) is a resource for practitioners in the visual, literary, and performing arts. The arts thrive with community and collaboration, and wither with isolation and compartmentalization. Influential forces in our society would like to see the artistic efforts of those who stand for health freedom wither away. HFAINE.net hopes to help those artistic efforts blossom. This website seeks to support the "parallel polis" of medical-autonomy-minded individuals in New England.
No Frills, Just Freedom
This site exists to provide listings of New England artists who value health freedom. It is not a social media site, nor is it itself a venue for collaboration. It merely provides the contacts for artists to pursue their own collaborations (ideally in-person with no mediating screen). The ultimate hope of HFAINE.net is that the information offered here will lead to a Renaissance in New England of arts events and engagement free from medical apartheid, for all to enjoy regardless of personal health choices. In particular, this resource was created in response to the culturally destructive practices of requiring face masks, "social distancing," and experimental injections to participate in arts events. Health freedom, though, means much more than protection from the particular medical tyrannies of today.
Painting: "Moonlight, the Old House" by Childe Hassam, 1906