Sample Agreement

Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Indigenous Stories (Artists in the Black)

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 the recording or transcribing for any purpose of traditional stories told by members of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island language group. It is intended to protect the copyright, moral rights and communal cultural rights of both the storyteller and his or her community. This policy applies to the Art Centre and all visitors to the art centre.

For more detailed information for media and researcher access to the Art Centre please refer to our Media, Filming and Photography Policy and to our Research and Academic Policy.

Artists
ARTISTS/ARTS ORGS (WORD-EDITABLE) SUBSCRIBERS
DISCOUNTED PRICE
$60
ARTISTS/ARTS ORGS (WORD-EDITABLE) NON-SUBSCRIBERSSubscribe for Discount $80
Lawyers
LAWYER WORD (EDITABLE) SUBSCRIBERS
DISCOUNTED PRICE
$350
LAWYER WORD (EDITABLE) NON-SUBSCRIBERSSubscribe for Discount $500

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