Advice Bank: Arts Law

Wednesday 22 November – availability between 11.30am – 5pm
Thursday 23 November – availability between 9:30am – 4:45pm

Pricing: Free (Guildhouse members only)

Location: JamFactory, 19 Marphett Street, Adelaide, 5000

Presenter: Chloe Hillary

Bookings: Guildhouse members are to book an appointment directly with Arts Law by emailing
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Arts Law is a national entity that provides legal advice and information on a wide range of arts related legal and business matters including contracts, copyright, business structures, defamation, insurance, employment and taxation to artists and arts organisations across all art forms.

The Advice Bank clinics will be run by Chloe Hillary, Secondee Solicitor, Arts Law Centre of Australia.

These one-on-one sessions are suitable for practitioners who are seeking advice on specific legal matters relating to their practice or artistic business. Each session runs for up to 45 minutes –  so please make sure you provide a brief outline of the issue you are seeking advice for during the booking process.

Don’t need individualised advice but interested in how these topics may impact you? Book into our public INFORM session: 

INFORM: Brush with the Law, contracts, copyright and AI with Arts Law Australia
Thursday 23 November, 12–2pm
More information here.


Chloe Hillary comes to Arts Law, on secondment through the generous support of the Australian Government Solicitor, having been at AGS for three years and working in private law firms for many years prior to that. During her time at Arts Law Chloe has been advising clients on a range of issues including copyright, moral rights, licensing, consumer law, contracts, defamation and even bailment. In her spare time Chloe enjoys literature and is a keen fiction writer.

Image: Roxanne Lorenz presenting to students at the Art Gallery of NSW, 2019 Photograph: Emily Phipps, courtesy of Arts Law