In January 2023 the Federal Government’s National Cultural Policy, Revive, included an action item to consider modem award coverage and minimum standards for the arts and culture sector.
The Western Australian Government settled a legal claim that supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who worked in Western Australia for little or no wages between 1936 and 1972.
Artists and arts organisations are particularly vulnerable to copyright infringement phishing scams – so be careful!
Arts Law’s Katherine Giles recaps the recent Roundtables looking at Artificial Intelligence’s impact on Copyright.
It’s been quite a week for Arts Law’s Donna Robinson and her outreach companion Alexandra Walker from Gadens.
What do Clive Palmer, Puff Daddy and Ed Sheeran have in common? Why, we’re so glad you asked! Read more about music and copyright today.
This month, Arts Law has reviewed the terms and conditions of the Hornsby Art Prize 2023 in Hornsby Shire Council, NSW.
On 8 August 2023, Arts Law made a submission to IP Australia in response to its Enhancing Australian Design Protection consultation.
In July, Arts Law conducted a survey to understand how artists and creators are using AI and the potential impacts on Australian creators.
IP Australia have released the final report of the Scoping Study on Stand-Alone Legislation for Indigenous Knowledge; to which Arts Law, Copyright Agency and Indigenous Art Code wrote a submission late last year.