By Delwyn Everard and Donna Carstens on 18th December 2013
In September 2013, Delwyn Everard and Donna Carstens travelled to the beautiful surrounds of Ross River near Alice Springs to participate in the Bush Bands Business camp. This is the third consecutive year that Arts Law’s Artists in the Black program has partnered with Music NT in a unique professional development program for Indigenous bands.
By Arts Law Centre of Australia on 24th June 2013
On Wednesday 29th May 2013, Arts Law celebrated the pro bono work of lawyers around the country who give back through their pro bono work in the arts community. For the last 9 years, Arts Law has commissioned a print to award to 30 lawyers celebrating their significant pro bono contribution.
By Delwyn Everard on 11th July 2011
In Balgo in remote north Western Australia, a small group of musicians sit in the exhibition space of Warlayirti Artists Centre discussing the bands they play in, how they make decisions and what they should call themselves. They like the sound of "The Lost Boys" but think there might be another band somewhere in Queensland using that name. Behind them is the new purpose built recording studio built at the art centre in recognition of the emerging Indigenous musical talent in a community better known for its visual artists – including Eubena Nampitjin, Elizabeth Nyumi, Boxer Milner and Helicopter Tjungurrayi.
By Arts Law Centre of Australia on 31st December 2005
Arts Law deals with a diverse range of legal concerns across all art sectors. Below are some frequently asked questions over the last year, answered by some of our volunteer lawyers who provided an incredible amount of support and help to Arts Law during 2005.