Arts Law drew the winners for our raffle last night, the 11th of March at the conclusion of the Simon Tedeschi concert.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) is pleased to announce triennial funding from the Australia Council for 2014-16. In 2014 Arts Law will also receive an additional $200,000 through the Australia Council’s Unfunded Excellence program.
Earlier this week Arts Law and Gadens launched a new Pro Bono program, the National Indigenous Art Registration Service. This service will assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists in ensuring that their artworks are correctly registered under the Personal Property and Security Register.
Anika Valenti will be discussing legal issues for game developers next Tuesday the 19th of November from 7pm at Qantm College, Sydney.
As part of Sound Summit 2013 The Arts Law Centre of Australia's Senior Solicitor Suzanne Derry will be presenting a conference on legal issues for musicians on Saturday the 9th of November.
Arts Law and Nava's partnership forum investigating the politics of freedom of expression in mainstream discourse.
When: 16th October, 6pm-8pm
Where: ACCA 111 Sturt St Southbank Melbourne
On the 2nd of September the former Attorney-General, Mark Dreyfus QC announced the Arts Law Centre of Australia will receive $480,000 over the next four years to help continue its Artists in the Black outreach program providing legal services to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and their communities.
Hearts for Arts Law invites you to a special fundraising screening of the acclaimed film The Crossing, on the 24th of September at the Chauvel Cinema in Paddington.
Two days of workshops and talks where artists can discuss and learn more about the legal issues surrounding their artforms with Arts Law's Delwyn Everard and Donna Carstens
Dates: 23rd of July 9am – 3pm & 24th of July 10.30am – 12pm
Venue: Torres Strait Regional Authority, Torres Haus, 46 Victoria Parade
Arts Law has checked the terms and conditions of 22 competitions closing in July 2013 and rated them out of 5 stars for fairness to artists.