Artists in the Black produced a series of new educative animations to help artists understand copyright, moral rights, wills, Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property and resale royalty in partnership with CAAMA. Browse through all the animations in the playlist below!
Arts Law helps all sorts of artists at every stage of their careers. Here, artist Alexia Sinclair, writer Robert Drewe and The Lovely Days give an insight into the importance of knowing your rights and getting all the legal stuff sorted.
Hear Arts Law client Alexia Sinclair discuss her experience with contracts and her recommendations for visual artists in the industry.
Hear renowned Australian author Robert Drewe talk about his experience with the law and his art.
The Lovely Days talk about how they've been able to grow as a band by having proper contracts in place.
Let the Indulkana Tigers (as painted by Vincent Namatjira) teach you about contracts, why it's good to have one and how they help you.
Do you know how copyright works? And what it means for your art? Watch this animation and learn all about it!
Rachael Maza, actress and artistic director of Ilbijerri Theatre Company, discusses protocols for developing scripts and performance for Indigenous theatre.
Sasha Titchkosky is a director of Koskela, an Australian homewares and lifestyle company. She discusses the processes involved in establishing a collaborative project with Galiwin'ku artists from Elcho Island Arts to create unique lightfittings. Their collaboration is called Yuta Badayala (In a New Light).
Artist Mandy Davis talks about her experience of copyright and moral rights infringement in her work.
Trisha Adjei, Indigenous Communications Coordinator from the Copyright Agency, discusses information relating to the Resale Royalty Right for Visual Artists Act (2009) that was introduced in 2010 including what this new law means for Indigenous artists' and the art trade.