There are a great many competitions and prizes for artists in Australia and internationally, all with their own particular terms and conditions and contractual obligations for entrants and winners. Arts Law maintains an ongoing watch advocating fair and transparent contractual terms, especially where copyright and moral rights are affected. Arts law is highly critical of competitions which unnecessarily deprive artists of the copyright in their own work. It provides best practice advice to competition organisers and seeks to promote ethical and transparent conduct.
This month Arts Law has reviewed the terms and conditions of the 2018 National NAIDOC Poster Competition
This month Arts Law has reviewed the Australian Book Review’s 2018 Calibre Essay Prize.
We have reviewed the Commission for Children and Young People SA Logo Design Competition 2017. The competition received a 1 star review.
In June 2017 Arts Law has reviewed The Law Society of New South Wales’ “Just Art” competition.
This month Arts Law has looked at the terms and conditions of the 2017 National NAIDOC Poster Competition.
Review of Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet’s Aboriginal Artwork Competition 2016. The deadline for this competition is 14 October 2016.