Artists and creative industries have benefited enormously from Robyn’s dedication to the organisation and from her extraordinary vision and contribution to the field.
In January 2023 the Federal Government’s National Cultural Policy, Revive, included an action item to consider modem award coverage and minimum standards for the arts and culture sector.
Copyright law in Australia doesn’t protect ideas, so creators often wonder what they can do if someone copies the concept they have developed.
Raising some $88’803, Arts Law’s 2023 Art Auction engaged bidders both online and in person for the first time in our history
Artists and arts organisations are particularly vulnerable to copyright infringement phishing scams – so be careful!
“Culture then, is the sum of our stories and our music, of our paintings and our craft, our films and our games, our songs and our dance, our architecture and design, as well as the history of our wars and conflicts, our arguments, and accords… Culture is never THE story of us. Culture is dynamic. … Continued
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.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) would like to offer our warmest congratulations to Justice Beazley on a well-deserved appointment as the 39th Governor of New South Wales.
In May, Arts Law CEO Robyn Ayres travelled to Maningrida, a First Nations community in remote West Arnhem Land, Northern Territory.
The Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) is thrilled to announce our new President, the Honourable Justice John Sackar.
Justice Sackar joins us as a distinguished legal practitioner and a strong advocate for the Australian arts community and a keen collector of art and other objects. He is particularly passionate about protecting the moral and legal rights of artists and the special cultural integrity of Indigenous art.