Arts Law recently made a submission to the Australian Law Reform Commission’s (ALRC) review of the Native Title Act 1993.
Arts Law has a range of education sessions across several art forms coming up in November and December. Click the links below to register or for more information. Don’t forget to keep an eye on our Website, Facebook Twitteror LinkedIn.
Read Arts Law's response to the Attorney-General's Online Copyright Infringement discussion paper.
Could Australia have a right to privacy in future? Watch this space!
On Wednesday 3 September the Arts Law Centre of Australia (Arts Law) celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala fundraiser dinner at NSW Parliament House. The dinner, featuring art, performances, and tributes from staff, presidents, clients and supporters was a true celebration of the achievements of Arts Law in its 30 years of assisting Australia’s artists. The evening also was also a financial success raising funds for Arts Law and its service for Indigenous artists, “Artists in the Black”.
Read the speeches of Executive Director Robyn Ayres and Director of Boomalli Bronwyn Bancroft at Arts Law's 30th Birthday.
Earlier this afternoon (28 August 2014) the first stage of reforms to the National Classification System passed the Senate.
As part of Arts Law’s 30th Birthday celebrations we are holding an online auction of high quality ethically -sourced Aboriginal artworks. The auction, which will be live from this week, will run in the weeks leading up to our gala-fundraising dinner and will conclude with a live auction at the dinner on the 3rd of September. The money raised from the auction will not only go towards Artists in the Black, our legal service for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, but will also go directly into the pocket of the artists who have created these works.