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Hearts for Arts Law Stage and the law event successful

Copyright, contracts and the need for passion to work within the arts industry were just a few of the topics discussed between panellists and audience members when the annual Hearts for Arts Law fundraising event was held last week.

Facilitated by the Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law), Hearts for Arts Law and NSW Young Lawyers Communications Entertainment and Technology (CET) Committee the event was a Q&A panel session covering 'Stage and the law' at Giant Dwarf in Redfern.

Media Release: A Step Forward to Stop the Fakes

The Arts Law Centre of Australia, the Indigenous Art Code and Copyright Agency | Viscopy welcomed the proposed introduction of legislation to end the practice of the production and sale of art products and merchandise which misappropriates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture.The Arts Law Centre of Australia, the Indigenous Art Code and Copyright Agency | Viscopy today welcomed the proposed introduction of legislation to end the practice of the production and sale of art products and merchandise which misappropriates Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Culture.

Arts Law and Kino!

We presented a short seminar in March for filmmakers at Kino Sydney's #104 Open Screen Film Night – it was a hoot!

Arts Law Pro Bono Awards

Earlier this week on 2 April 2012 Arts Law held its annual Pro Bono Awards Night to celebrate the wonderful support it received from Australia's lawyers who volunteered their time to the arts community in 2011.

Wandjina Sculpture

The controversial Katoomba stone sculpture depicting Wanjina has been vandalised.

Pro Bono awards night 2011: winners annouced

On the 11 April 2011 the Arts Law Centre of Australia held its annual Pro Bono Awards Night to celebrate the wonderful support it received from Australia's lawyers who volunteered their time to the arts community in 2010.

Wandjina controversy

ABC Radio National's Law Report recently produced a story about a controversy unfolding around a sculpture in the Blue Mountains.

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