News from October 2014
Band together for Arts Law - Hearts for Arts Law
24th October 2014

Band Together for Arts Law Raffle winners


Band together for Arts Law - Presented by Hearts for Arts Law Band together for Arts Law - Presented by Hearts for Arts Law
8th October 2014

TICKETS: $25 + booking fee available from

Hearts for Arts Law presents its inaugural band night "Band Together" featuring a stellar line-up of electronic, indie/pop bands featuring triple j unearthed competitors Embassy, NOIRE, Dobeil and No Illuminati. All profits go to the Arts Law Centre of Australia, Australia’s independent community legal centre for the arts.

No Illuminati is delinquent funk made by the androids of the new world order, a psychedelic jam session spanning four decades of music history.

Embassy is an electronic indie producer that has been on the map since 2012 with singles ‘Cold Comfort’ and ‘Forgotten’. With sounds reminiscent of Bonobo and Ryan Hemsworth,

NOIRE is a Sydney-based indie pop band that has released popular singles ‘Pilgrims’ and ‘Those Days’ in 2014. Both tracks were recorded with multi-ARIA award-winning producer Wayne Connolly (The Vines, You Am I, Youth Group) 

Dobeil is a Sydney based slow-electronica outfit with a soulful pop presence. Their 2014 singles “Lost it” and “Stay” have captivated a wide ranging audience.


FREE Legal Advice Clinic presented by Arts Law and Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres FREE Legal Advice Clinic presented by Arts Law and Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centres
28th October 2014

Arts Law is providing one-off 30 minute legal advice appointments

in The Fireplace Room, Gorman Arts Centre on Monday 24

November 2014. Make the most of this opportunity for you to

get a better understanding of the legal issues affecting your arts

practice or your arts organisation.


Regional Arts Australia Summit “Arts and Edges” presented by Country Arts WA
8th October 2014

The Regional Arts Australia Summit: Arts & Edges offers a unique experience of forward-looking approaches. Be inspired, learn, teach, present, network and make a change. Share an experience of desert life and join the conversations shaping our future at Australia’s best connected Summit in Kalgoorlie-Boulder.

This event is distinguished by the creative leaders who attend, attracted by the trusting environment of networking, collaboration and knowledge-sharing between artists, community volunteers, arts and cultural workers, community development managers and cultural leaders.  

Artistic Director, Ben Fox, is curating a creative voyage featuring international and national keynotes, outstanding arts, strategic leadership discussions, interactivity, peer learning, open space and master-classes.

The Summit will present edgy theatre, dance, music, visual arts, writing, film and digital media. A celebration outside the metropolitan boxes, the Summit showcases our vibrant cultures in regional Australia. Leading the edge of ideas, culture and art with experimental programs and boutique elements links great artists with national and international visitors.

This eighteen year-long story is reliably rejoined by an influential network from across Australia and the world and renewed on each occasion by responding to a new vibrant regional city and fresh changes in the arts.


‘Your Art and your rights’ - Arts Law Seminar South Perth
8th October 2014
Deputy Director, Delwyn Everard from the Arts Law Centre of Australia will run an informative session on copyright, moral rights and contracts.
Do you need to register to get copyright? Who owns it? What are my moral rights? Should I put my agreement in writing?
This session will cover how to own your copyright as a professional artist and use the online space to your advantage, as well as tips for creating and negotiating your contracts.