Artists and creative industries have benefited enormously from Robyn’s dedication to the organisation and from her extraordinary vision and contribution to the field.
In January 2023 the Federal Government’s National Cultural Policy, Revive, included an action item to consider modem award coverage and minimum standards for the arts and culture sector.
The Western Australian Government settled a legal claim that supports Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who worked in Western Australia for little or no wages between 1936 and 1972.
Copyright law in Australia doesn’t protect ideas, so creators often wonder what they can do if someone copies the concept they have developed.
Raising some $88’803, Arts Law’s 2023 Art Auction engaged bidders both online and in person for the first time in our history
I don’t want a lot for Christmas, I just want to be able to sing my favourite Christmas tunes without risk of legal action.
Artists and arts organisations are particularly vulnerable to copyright infringement phishing scams – so be careful!
Whilst visiting Balgo, on the edge of the Tanami Desert south of Kununurra, on AITB outreach in November we spent some days at the Warlyirti art centre.
Arts Law recently presented at a conference hosted by AACHWA and held in stunning Broome, connecting with wonderful artists and arts centres.
Robyn Ayres and Katherine Giles discuss Robyn’s career and upcoming retirement as the CEO of Arts Law after 20 years in the role.