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REVIEW: Women’s Art Prize Tasmania 2020

About Arts Law regularly reviews the terms and conditions of competitions and rates them out of five stars. Our review looks broadly at the terms and conditions of a competition. In particular, we look closely at how a competition deals with an entrant’s copyright and moral rights, and consider this in light of the prize. … Continued

Arts Law works with First Languages Australia for 2019 International Year of Indigenous Languages

Arts Law has been funded by the Federal Government’s Indigenous Languages Australia program and is working on a “Digital Deeds” project with First Languages Australia to develop best practice template agreements for language centres to use in contracting with contributors, communities and purchasers to ensure they’re readily accessible for the language centres based throughout the country. These contracts will address the licensing of copyright in the language resources.

We Don’t Need a Map – Film screening success

This NAIDOC week, Hearts For Arts Law (HFAL) partnered with the Colin Biggers & Paisley Foundation to host an exclusive screening of Warwick Thornton’s thought-provoking documentary We Don’t Need a Map. Ticket sales raised over $2000 for Arts Law and our Artists in the Black service. A few lucky viewers also won signed copies of … Continued

Arts Law hits the slopes for LAWSKI 2019

Every year around August you will catch 300 young lawyers take over the slopes at Thredbo as part of LAWSKI, an annual three day skiing and social event for lawyers. This year Arts Law was delighted to be selected as the LAWSKI 2019 charity partner.   A range of items were auctioned at the Tyrrell’s Black … Continued

Outreach in the Far North

Arts Law senior solicitor, Donna Robinson, accompanied by lawyer Courtney Daunt from Hall & Wilcox travelled to Aurukun on the Gulf of Carpentaria and to Yarrabah, near Cairns during the week beginning 29 July 2019. Courtney was assisting Arts Law as part of Hall & Wilcox’s pro-bono program. The journey involved flying from our home bases in Sydney and Brisbane and then an early morning flight from Cairns to Aurukun and a flight back to Cairns the following afternoon.

Arts Law at Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2019

This month Arts Law travelled to Darwin for the 13th Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair (DAAF). On display this year, were the artworks of more than 70 different Indigenous Art Centres from all around Australia. Amongst all this incredible art, was an Arts Law stall, where we handed out information about artists’ legal rights and spoke with a number of interesting artists, art consumers, art centre workers, and tourists. Special thanks to Andrew Leslie who volunteered his time over the weekend.

Presenter Announcement: Employment Law, Festivals and the Arts

Holding Redlich and Arts Law are pleased to announce presenters for our upcoming workshop and seminar in Melbourne and Sydney. This selection of presenters represent some of Holding Redlichs’ most experienced legal professionals. Each has developed connections to the communities in which they live and work, with strong political, commercial and cultural networks that will … Continued

Cultural practice no longer under busking laws

The City of Sydney has recently released a new policy which distinguishes the cultural expression of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples from public busking performances.

Artists in the Black heads to the Centre

In June, Arts Law solicitors Donna Robinson and Roxanne Lorenz, together with Carmel Young, Acting Program Manager at Desart, travelled to the Ikunji Art Centre at Haasts Bluff, 250km west of Alice Springs.

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