2019 Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award 2019 Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award
25th February 2019

Arts Law has reviewed the terms and conditions of the Wangaratta Contemporary Textile Award 2019 run by the Wangaratta Art Gallery (the Gallery) in Victoria. 

The competition is currently open with a submission deadline of 1 March 2019, 5pm AEST. The competition is open to all Australian professional practicing artists working in textile media.

Arts Law has rated this competition 4.5 out of 5 stars.   

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New Edition of the Arts Insurance Handbook Available Now New Edition of the Arts Insurance Handbook Available Now
3rd July 2018

Get your hands on the new edition of this user-friendly guide to the insurance world for artists and non-profit arts organisations!

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Benefits of Art for Wellbeing Benefits of Art for Wellbeing
8th December 2017

We all know that physical exercise has a positive effect on mental health, but a weekly dose of the arts is similarly useful in boosting your overall mood.

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The Law Council of Australia’s Justice Project: Arts Law’s Submission The Law Council of Australia’s Justice Project: Arts Law’s Submission
22nd November 2017

Arts Law welcomed the opportunity to submit a response to the Law Council of Australia's Justice Project consultation paper.

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Recognising Artists in prison: a review of the law and policy in Australia* (Position Paper) Recognising Artists in prison: a review of the law and policy in Australia* (Position Paper)
21st August 2017

In this paper, Arts Law outlines the different legislative and policy positions between the states in an attempt to educate and foster change. Prisoners have rights too.

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Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2017 Wrap Up from AITB Coordinator Bibi Barba Darwin Aboriginal Art Fair 2017 Wrap Up from AITB Coordinator Bibi Barba
16th August 2017

Arts Law conducted advice clinics around contracts and wills. It was a fantastic opportunity to introduce myself as the new AITB coordinator and program to the art centres. 

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Catching up with Lander & Rogers after three years of Adopt a Lawyer with Warmun Arts Centre Catching up with Lander & Rogers after three years of Adopt a Lawyer with Warmun Arts Centre
25th May 2017

Joanna Renkin is a Sydney based partner at Lander & Rogers and works in Pro Bono Community Support. After three years of being part of the program we spoke to her about the relationship between her law firm and the art centre that adopted them, Warmun Art Centre.

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New research involving private art businesses - take part New research involving private art businesses - take part
5th May 2016

Deloitte Access Economics are produceing a report on the cultural and economic value of Indigenous visual arts.

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