News from July 2012
 
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations at the heart of art
26th July 2012

The Office of the Registrar of Indigenous Corporations (ORIC) has issued a report At the Heart of Art which is a snapshot of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander corporations in the visual arts sector.

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Arts Law comings and goings June 2012
5th July 2012

Arts Law welcomes new staff members Victor Cabello and Jenny Arnup, new positions for Jasmine McHenry and Mary Egan, and farewells Fiona Skelton and Jaye Early.

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Copyright: Commission proposes easier music licensing in the Single Market
18th July 2012

The European Commission proposes measures to modernise collecting societies and put in place incentives to promote their transparency and efficiency.

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Getting Up to Speed
3rd July 2012

Victorian Professional Development Day on Friday 27 July

Do you manage fundamental issues concerning: copyright, artist agreements, auspicing, governance and reporting, online protocols and much more? This vital and informative Professional Development Day addresses and provides resources to handle these arts business topics.

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WA Government to repeal 40 year old discriminatory legislation
25th July 2012

As reported in Perth Now issued on the July 5th 2012, “THE WA government plans to repeal 40-year-old legislation that deals with the estates of Aboriginal people in a discriminatory way”.

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WIPO AV Performances Treaty
17th July 2012

After more than 12 years of negotiation, a new treaty which recognises the rights of audiovisual performers in their performances is set to become a reality.

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