CEO Robyn Ayres, currently in Paris, recently met with a former volunteer who has established a similar organisation helping French artists.
It’s been quite a week for AITB outreach with two teams on the move. One headed north Queensland, whilst the other went west to WA.
This month Arts Law welcome Perth based solicitor Sarah Oldfield into the team on a 12 month secondment to Arts Law through HBA Legal.
Suzanne Derry, Jo-Anne Driessens and Rosalind Moffatt had the joy of working with amazing artists and organisations across southeast NSW.
After our longtime paralegal Georgia Briggs finished up, Victoria Zhou ‘begun’ as Arts Law’s newest paralegal.
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.
Arts Law’s Katherine Giles attended the launch of Creative Australia, appropriately hosted at the Sydney Theatre Company’s Wharf 1 theatre.
It can be really upsetting to find that your creative work has been used by someone else online without your permission. Unfortunately, it can be very easy to copy something online.
It’s quite a week in Darwin for Arts Law, starting with the Country to Couture fashion parades on Tuesday and then volunteering our services.