Wed 27 September 2017 6pm – 8pm
Pricing: Members: $25.00 / Guests: $40.00
Location: GK5-24, Sir George Kingston Building, UniSA City West Campus
Bookings are no longer available.
This workshop covers copyright and intellectual property basics and how they apply to collaborative projects, structures for collectives to operate under and the governance implications of these and more.
- Who owns what in a creative collaboration?
- What kind of legal structures suit one-off or ongoing collaborations?
- Does collective intellectual property actually exist?
- Do you have any legal responsibilities to your collaborators?
Arts Law is Australia’s only national community legal centre for the arts based in Sydney. Arts law provide relevant publications, education, legal advice and undertake advocacy work for Australia’s artists. Arts Law have been running tailored seminars and workshops for tertiary education institutions, councils and arts organisations to help artists understand more about their rights for over 30 years. They know how to break the complex legal issues into practical information that artists can use in their everyday arts practice.
FREE one on one appointments will be made available to the sector. More details and bookings HERE