Collaboration Agreement: Visiting Artist (Artists in the Black)

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This sample Collaboration Agreement -Visiting Artist should be used when an Indigenous community art centre invites an external non-Indigenous artist to the arts centre to work collaboratively with the art centre?s artists (Local artists) to create a body of work.?

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This sample Collaboration Agreement -Visiting Artist should be used when an Indigenous community art centre invites an external non-Indigenous artist to the arts centre to work collaboratively with the art centre?s artists (Local artists) to create a body of work. The existing skills and artistic practices of the visiting artist are combined with the skills and artistic practices and cultural traditions of the Local artists to create new works in collaboration.

In this sample agreement, the visiting artist is paid for his or her contribution and the resulting works, and the copyright in them, are owned by the Local artists. The visiting artist may be credited as a co-creator where appropriate. The sample agreement includes the most common terms which the parties need to consider and agree. ?

Before using this agreement we recommend that the parties read the Artists in the Black information sheet?Collaborative Art Projects.

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This sample Collaboration Agreement -Visiting Artist should be used when an Indigenous community art centre invites an external non-Indigenous artist to the arts centre to work collaboratively with the art centre?s artists (Local artists) to create a body of work. The existing skills and artistic practices of the visiting artist are combined with the skills and artistic practices and cultural traditions of the Local artists to create new works in collaboration.

In this sample agreement, the visiting artist is paid for his or her contribution and the resulting works, and the copyright in them, are owned by the Local artists. The visiting artist may be credited as a co-creator where appropriate. The sample agreement includes the most common terms which the parties need to consider and agree. ?

Before using this agreement we recommend that the parties read the Artists in the Black information sheet?Collaborative Art Projects.

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Arts Organisations, Artists, Lawyers

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