Arts Law is excited to launch our new Artists in the Black video explaining our Artist/Art Centre agreement in 17 First Nations languages! As you may already know, Arts Law has been working with CAAMA to produce a video that explains our template Artist & Art Centre Agreement in English, as well as 17 First Nations languages. We hope this video will become a useful part of any Art Centre’s toolkit when signing up new artists.
You can watch the video in each of the languages below:
- Wik Mungkan
- Kuku Yalanji
- Torres Strait Island Creole
- Eastern Arrente
- Western Arrente
- Martu Wangka
We have also made changes to our Artists in the Black website. We have moved over to a new platform that will allow us to provide more up-to date and relevant resources. Artists in the Black has been integrated into the Arts Law website to give you access to all our resources in one place. We hope this will make it easier for you to navigate and easier for us to continue making improvements.
If you would like to provide us with some feedback on both the new website and new video please complete the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/aitbwebsiteandvideo
These videos were made with CAAMA, and funded by The Attorney-General’s Department and The Department of Communications and the Arts, Australian Government.