Artist in the Black (AITB)
Artists in the Black is a dedicated service of Arts Law for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. They provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, arts organisations and businesses with legal advice, resources and professional development opportunities. Artists in the Black services are free to access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
ABOUT ARTS LAW - https://www.artslaw.com.au/
Arts Law is Australia's only national community centre for the arts. We're committed to strengthening the value and respect for creative communities and culture to make a better world.
We provide affordable, professional legal services to artists and arts organisations around Australia. As a not-for-profit our services are free or low-cost.
ABOUT ARTISTS IN THE BLACK - https://www.artslaw.com.au/artists-in-the-black/
Artists in the Black is a dedicated service of Arts Law for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists and communities. We provide Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, arts organisations and businesses with legal advice, resources and professional development opportunities. Artists in the Black services are free to access for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists.
We provide all these services in a culturally safe and appropriate way.
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Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property: Arts Law's Artist in the Black Service
A Money Story
World Intellectual Property Organisation and Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property
Artists in the Black Champion Jo-Anne Driessens: Safeguarding your practice
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Licensing Indigenous art the right way
'Licensing the Right Way' is an initiative assisting Indigenous
artists to protect their work and livelihoods by securing better
Department of Infrastructure, Transport, Regional Development and Communications
Office for the Arts
For more information see the Action Plan
First Nations Cultural and Intellectual Property in the Arts
Protocols For Using First Nations Cultural And Intellectual Property In The Arts
Australia Council for the Arts
First published in 2002 and revised in 2007, this protocol guide endorses the rights of Indigenous people to their cultural heritage and supports Indigenous creative practice. This protocol guide encourages self-determination and helps build a strong and diverse Indigenous arts sector. These are key goals and priority areas of the Australia Council for the Arts.
Creative practitioners who work with Indigenous artists or engage with Indigenous cultural heritage in projects, and are funded by Australia Council for the Arts grant assessment panels are required to comply with this protocol guide as a condition of funding.
Over the years, the principles and protocols contained in this protocol guide have also been applied nationally and internationally – educating readers and users on Indigenous Australian cultural heritage, and encouraging meaningful collaborations with Indigenous artists and creators.
Download the protocols: https://australiacouncil.gov.a...