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Creating art means creating copyright. Your copyright is one of the most important things you as a creator can own and understand.
In this session you’ll learn how to make the most of the work you create and ways to monetise your work outside of gigs, events and exhibitions. Let us walk you through owning and using your copyright, knowing your moral rights as well as creating copyright with other people.
This session is relevant to all artists and creatives across all art forms.Find out more »
Confused about the law and how it applies to your practice? This webinar series will help you know your rights. You’ll have the opportunity to ask questions from our lawyer who can point you in the right direction. Use your time in isolation to upskill. Learn important business practices that will help you to build and maintain your arts practice. These education sessions are designed to give you the skills and the knowledge to advocate for yourself and make the…Find out more »
Social Media: The pitfalls and potential of online platforms Are you spending more and more time online? Talking about, showcasing and creating content online? Social media spaces are busier than ever and many are turning to the arts for inspiration, entertainment and sanity. Not sure if you should jump in to promote and present your work? Have you already made the plunge but need help navigating the fine print? This session will cover the risks and common pitfalls of using…Find out more »
Playing Fair: Prizes and Competitions With galleries closed and gigs cancelled, prizes and competitions can be a great way to get your work out there and potentially add to your income. But what about the “terms and conditions”…? Are there legal ramifications for you and your copyright? It really depends on the wording of each competition, and in this session we unpack some of the things to look out for and be aware of when submitting your creative work. This…Find out more »
Is your arts organisation steering through the choppy waters of employment law in these “unprecedented times”? Are you navigating questions around staffing levels and salaries in the face of a substantially changed creative sector? Join Arts Law and employment law experts Holding Redlich for this webinar exploring employment law issues as we navigate our way through the current pandemic. This is your opportunity to get answers to your burning questions about your obligations as an employer, relief payments that may be available to you and how to protect your organisation and your staff.Find out more »
We invite you to join us to celebrate the work of Arts Law and to hear more about our plans to grow our impact and contribute to strengthening arts and culture.Find out more »
Creating art means creating copyright. Your copyright is one of the most important things you as a creator can own and understand. In this session you’ll learn how to make the most of the work you create and ways to monetise your work outside of gigs, events and exhibitions. Let us walk you through owning and using your copyright, knowing your moral rights as well as creating copyright with other people. This session is run in partnership with Arts Access…Find out more »
Have you been asked to sign a contract you didn’t understand? Have you had a contract cancelled suddenly and didn’t know what to do? Have you run into problems in a project and had no contract to protect you? Understanding you contract means you have the power to negotiate a better deal or get out of a bad one. This session takes you through how to make and negotiate a contract and some of the key terms to look out…Find out more »
“That made me really uncomfortable.” These words, when spoken to an employer, CEO, director or manager can trigger a raft of legal and ethical responsibilities in responding to what may have been harassment at work. Recently, we have watched as very public allegations of sexual and other forms of harassment in the workplace have come to light in various industries, including the legal fraternity, and the creative sector, and some very public criticism levelled at the way in which complaints…Find out more »
Since covid-19 we have all been spending more and more time online. Artists are all talking about, showcasing and creating content online. Social media is busier than ever and many are turning to the arts for inspiration and entertainment. Not sure how to promote and present your work online? Need help with the fine print? This session will bring together everything you’ve learned about copyright and contracts. We will take you through the important “legal side” of harnessing social media…Find out more »