News from July 2015
 
Arts Law Announces new ‘Adopt a Lawyer’ Partnerships

Arts Law is pleased to announce new partnerships as part of the Artists In the Black 'Adopt a Lawyer' program

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Travelling Places Moree Travelling Places Moree

Travelling Places is a series of community workshops focusing on local culture, gathering knowledge and keeping it safe and accessible according to the community’s own protocols. Presented in Partnership with Museums and Galleries NSW.

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Travelling Places Armidale Travelling Places Armidale

Travelling Places is a series of community workshops focusing on local culture, gathering knowledge and keeping it safe and accessible according to the community’s own protocols. Presented in Partnership with Museums and Galleries NSW.

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Travelling Places Western Plains Travelling Places Western Plains

Travelling Places is a series of community workshops focusing on local culture, gathering knowledge and keeping it safe and accessible according to the community’s own protocols. Presented in Partnership with Museums and Galleries NSW.

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Artists in the Black Coordinator, Jacqueline Cornforth, attends WIPO Artists in the Black Coordinator, Jacqueline Cornforth, attends WIPO

Artists in the Black Coordinator Jacqueline Cornforth recently attended a meeting of the World Intellectual Property Organization in Geneva.

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AITB on the Road: Alice Springs Trip AITB on the Road: Alice Springs Trip

In April 2015, Arts Law’s Deputy Director, Delwyn Everard, and I travelled to Central Australia to engage with local independent Indigenous artists in the Alice Springs area. 

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Artists in the Black visits the Mid North Coast Artists in the Black visits the Mid North Coast

Arts Law, in collaboration with Saltwater Freshwater Arts Alliance is offering FREE legal advice workshops to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Artists on the mid north coast this June.

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