This sample ART CENTRE AND ART GALLERY UMBRELLA CONSIGNMENT AGREEMENT should be used when an Indigenous Art Centre (Art Centre) provides works of art (Artwork) on consignment to a third party gallery (Gallery) for exhibition and sale.
This sample Indigenous Art Centre and Art Gallery Consignment Agreement should be used when an Indigenous Art Centre provides works of art to a third party gallery for exhibition and sale.
This sample agreement outlines what is needed when an Artist wishes to enter into a long term relationship with a Gallery where the Gallery acts as an agent.
This sample agreement summarises the conditions governing the grant of a residence to an artist.
This sample agreement governs the relationship between an artist and a gallery when the artist allows the gallery to exhibit and sell works for a set period.
This Artwork Licensing Intellectual Property Toolkit has been developed specifically for Indigenous Art Centres and includes template policies and agreements which cover licensing, Intellectual Property and Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP). Each template within the pack will be available for individual purchase, and the complete pack will be available at a discounted price.
This can be used when a person is organising or managing a touring exbibition of visual artworks, multi-media works or installation which will be shown in a gallery or exhibition space.
For use when an art centre is working with an exhibiting institution and an external artist or creative organization to create a new body of work for a major public exhibition.
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.
Volunteers play an important role in nearly every collaborative art project whether making films, organising festivals or putting on a major exhibition. A written agreement is important to ensure the volunteer understands his or her responsibilities and the policies and protocols that must be respected.
This sample agreement outlines the conditions governing a commission to an artist for private or commercial purposes.
This sample Commissioning Agreement: Public Visual Artwork should be used when a visual artist is being commissioned to design and create a public artwork.
This sample agreement is included in the information sheet Confidential information – protecting your ideas which explains how to protect ideas and outline the law of confidentiality.
This sample Copyright Licence for Collecting Institutions agreement should be used when a museum or other institution holding a collection of artefacts or artworks, including cinematographic or multimedia works or works of artistic craftsmanship or other copyright materials, wishes to make and publish a digital copy of a work for the purpose of facilitating public access to its collection.
This sample Copyright Licensing Agreement should be used when a person who owns the copyright in creative content wishes to give permission to another person to use their content (whether a visual artwork, text, music, film or other content) in a particular way.
This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Academic Research should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to any research conducted by a individuals or institutions external to the community which seeks access to the Art Centre or its member artists, whether publically or privately funded and whether for commercial or non-profit purposes.
This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Festivals and Performances should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to all festivals or performances involving traditional forms of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural traditional expression and knowledge which are hosted or staged by, or involve the Arts Centre. This policy includes a template procedure form that can be used when gaining the permission of cultural owners for particular cultural performances.
This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Indigenous Stories should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to recording or transcribing traditional stories told by members of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island language group.
If you are owed money and it hasn't been paid, the first step is to send a letter of demand. This is a template which you can adapt.
This sample agreement deals with the reproduction of an existing artwork for a film or video.
This sample agreement is for use when a visual artist agrees to licence an existing visual image (such as a painting, a print, a drawing, a photograph or a still multimedia image) for multiple reproduction in a print or online publication.
This sample agreement should be used when an Indigenous community art centre wants to create a business logo from an existing Indigenous artwork by one of its member artists.
This sample agreement should be used when a visual artist agrees to licence an existing visual image for multiple reproduction.
This sample agreement governs the relationship between independent curator and exhibition space when the curator provides services in a freelance capacity to the exhibition space.
This sample agreement should be used when someone wants to use an image of an existing Indigenous artwork (such as a painting, a print, a drawing, a photograph or a still multimedia image) in an online or digital publication.
This sample agreement should be used when someone wants to use an image of an existing Indigenous artwork (such as a painting, a print, a drawing, a photograph or a still multimedia image) in a print publication (such as a book, postcard, corporate brochure, book or poster).
This sample Indigenous Artwork Reproduction Licence for Art Centre Merchandise should be used when the Art Centre wants to use an image of an existing Indigenous artwork (such as a painting, print or drawing) on merchandise to be sold by the art centre.
This sample INDIGENOUS ARTWORK REPRODUCTION LICENCE (FABRIC) should be used when an artist who owns all rights and interests including copyright in an artwork (the Artwork) wants to grant a licensee an exclusive licence to reproduce the artwork in connection with the manufacture, importation, distribution, promotion, advertising and sale of printed fabric (the Fabric). The licence includes the right to adapt the Artwork into designs that can be printed as a repeating pattern onto Fabric under certain conditions (the Designs).
This sample INDIGENOUS COLLABORATION AGREEMENT should be used when a designer in the fashion, textile or home furnishing industry, or a business that is involved in the production of articles for the fashion and furnishing industries (the Designer) wishes to work together with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island visual artist/ or group of visual artists (the Artist) to create and produce clothing, textiles and/or furnishing items based on or incorporating or inspired by the artworks of that artist or artists.
This sample Interviewee's Release (With payment) should be used when an interviewer or producer wishes to film or record interviews with another person whether for use in a research project, museum exhibition, film or radio project, or any other purpose.
This release protects the interviewer against any claim from the interviewee upon use of the interview.
This sample Lease of Artwork with Option to Purchase should be used when an artist agrees to lease any of his/her work to a person or an organisation for exhibition at that person’s or organisation's premises.
This sample agreement between artist and public exhibition space should be used where an artist agrees to lend his/her work to the organiser of an exhibition.
A template letter of demand that you can send if you believe a person or organisation is infringing your moral rights.
This sample agreement governs the relationship between an artist and the purchaser of an artwork.
This sample agreement should be used by artists or arts organisations when obtaining sponsorship for a particular event or activity, such as a festival, performance or exhibition.
This sample Supplementary Copyright Agency Agreement Between Artist and Art Centre should be used when there is a current membership agreement between the art centre and its member artists (either written or unwritten) which doesn’t clearly give the art centre authority to act as the artist’s agent for copyright licensing purposes. It is intended to grant that authority in a supplementary agreement.
This sample agreement can be used for hiring a place/space for short period of time.
This sample WORKSHOP PARTICIPATION DEED should be used when a person takes part in a workshop in which they will create copyright material, for example by writing text, composing music, creating new dance movement or coming up with new lines for a play, and possibly performs the material created.