This information sheet provides an introduction into about how one can chase outstanding payment. It provides clarification on the small claims procedure in each state or territory.
This Information Sheet seeks to advise Indigenous Language Centres on the some of the legal issues they need to deal with.
community art centres
sell artwork in one or both of the following ways:directly by sales made to buyers (including galleries) and by placing artwork on consignment with galleries in Australia and overseas.
Both arrangements are impacted by the Personal Property Securities Act 2009 which commenced on 30 January 2012.
The arts sector has been hit hard with disruption in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Arts Law has put together answers to some of the most common question’s we’ve received from artists and arts organisations. This edition focuses on putting work online.
This Wills Kit has been developed to assist families of Indigenous visual artists who made a will before they passed away. If the artist passed away without making a will, see the WA Intestacy Kit. The development of this resource is made possible through the support of Copyright Agency Limited.
The arts sector has been hit hard with cancellations and disruption in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Arts Law has put together answers to some of the most common question’s we’ve received from artists and arts organisations.
This information sheet is primarily directed at small Australian record companies and independent artists (i.e. those not signed to a record label) who have signed up to the Phonographic Performance Company of Australia (PPCA).
This information sheet outlines the legal issues film makers should consider when shooting in public places, including filming live performances and public figures, whether they are filming or recording copyright material (e.g. graffiti, logos, music) and whether their film may be defamatory.
The Aboriginal flag has recently featured in the media spotlight as being subject to copyright and not free for public use. In light of this, we have provided a step-by-step guide on how to seek permission for the use of an image with reference to the Aboriginal flag.
This is a guide for buskers, street performers and visual artists who practise or perform in public spaces in the hope of receiving donations for their work. This guide outlines each Australian capital city’s process applying for a permit to inform artists and performers about the requirements to perform in public spaces.