Reconciliation aspires to a fair and equal Australia. It requires the nation to pause, to think and to come together with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. With that end in mind, reconciliation is a national – at times painful – transitioning process, the goal of which is to rectify the iniquity, remedy the injustice … Continued
Arts Law reached out to the Gallery to suggest ways their terms and conditions could be improved to make them as artist friendly as possible. We were really pleased with the Gallery’s response – it was enthusiastic about listening to our suggestions and its subsequently revised its terms and conditions, taking on board the most part of our suggestions.
By Lee Elsdon (Solicitor, Arts Law), Roxanne Lorenz (Solicitor, Arts Law) and Kelvin Yeung (Intern, University of Sydney Law School) In 2016, Arts Law together with the Indigenous Art Code and the Copyright Agency launched the ‘Fake Art Harms Culture’ Campaign to raise awareness of the growing presence of inauthentic ‘Aboriginal style’ art and craft products and … Continued
For the very first time, Arts Law held our Annual General Meeting virtually, with our board and staff dialling in from all over the country. There were no changes to the make-up of the board with several members re-elected for new terms and our newest members, Dr Emma Hicks and Dr Jared Thomas, officially elected … Continued
Overall, the terms around copyright are artist friendly. The terms include a positive statement that copyright in the photographs is retained by the photographer.
Arts Law is launching a suite of free webinars to support artists, creators and the arts community. 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. … Continued
Arts Law reviewed this art prize last year and gave it a 4 out of 5. At the time the competition organiser indicated that they were going to look at improving the terms for this year. We are pleased to see that the organiser has made some positive changes to the terms to make them more artist friendly.
The Artists in the Black (AITB) program for 2020 is starting to bolt ahead as the team have been busy laying down and finalising our itinerary for regional and rural engagement, outreach and service delivery. Our first outreach trip of the year is already underway with some of the team currently visiting Mornington Island in … Continued
This competition offers good prizes and a profile-raising opportunity for artists.
This January 26 Artists in the Black, a service of Arts Law, hosted a stall at Yabun Festival along with our friends from Community Legal Centres NSW and the Australian Centre for Disability Law.