2013 was a big year for our star-rating system, with a whopping 180 competitions checked and rated over the course of the year.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) today released the final report for its inquiry, Copyright and the Digital Economy. The ALRC was tasked with considering whether the current copyright exceptions are adequate in the digital era.
Prizes and competitions can be a great way for artists to gain recognition and promote themselves however, many people don’t read the fine print or understand what they are agreeing to by entering. Arts Law maintains an ongoing watch over the terms and conditions of prizes and competitions for artists in Australia and internationally. This month, we rate 19 competitions closing in March.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia will deliver a free workshop in Hobart for filmmakers, multimedia artists, games designers and other creators and arts organisations on the basic legal issues arising for creatives working in both traditional formats and across multiple digital platforms.
Delwyn Everard, Deputy Director of Arts Law is holding FREE one on one legal advice sessions for artists and art organisations in Hobart.