These FREE legal advice sessions from the Arts Law Centre of Australia provide an opportunity for artists to get free legal advice from Arts Law Executive Director, Robyn Ayres. Whether there is a copyright issue, a question about business names and structures, or you need to know more about trade marks, make sure you make the most of this opportunity to gain a better understanding of the legal issues affecting your arts practice.
Places are limited and bookings essential. Please contact us at [email protected] with your contact details and preferred time.
Hearts for Arts Law's 'Laugh Your Arts Off!' stand up comedy night may have sold out, but it's not too late to show your support for Arts Law!
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Hearts for Arts Law presents 'Laugh Your Arts Off!' a rip-roaring night of stand-up comedy at King St Brewhouse.
For one night only, 8 local stand-up comedians will take the stage to dazzle you with their wit and the very finest in law humour!
All proceeds help to fund the essential work of the Arts Law Centre, Australia's only national community legal service for artists and arts orgs.
Bring your mates, dates, partners and co-workers down to the Brewhouse for some comedy gold!
On Wednesday 3 September the Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala fundraiser dinner at NSW Parliament House. The dinner, featuring art, performances, and tributes from staff, presidents, clients and supporters was a true celebration of the achievements of Arts Law in its 30 years of assisting Australia’s artists. The evening also was also a financial success raising funds for Arts Law and its service for Indigenous artists, “Artists in the Black”.
Read the speeches of Executive Director Robyn Ayres and Director of Boomalli Bronwyn Bancroft at Arts Law's 30th Birthday.
The artworks in Arts Law’s 30th birthday art auction have been ethically sourced from Aboriginal art centres from regional and remote communities around Australia. Arts Law has built relationships with these centres through the outreach work of the Artists in the Black service.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) together with the Intellectual Property Society of Australia and New Zealand Inc (IPSANZ) and this year joined by the Commercial Bar Association, are pleased to present our annual joint seminar. This year we are privileged to have Dr Francis Gurry, Director General of the World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO), as our guest speaker who will speaking about “Copyright: The International Agenda”.