This sample Supplementary Copyright Agency Agreement Between Artist and Art Centre should be used when there is a current membership agreement between the art centre and its member artists (either written or unwritten) which doesn’t clearly give the art centre authority to act as the artist’s agent for copyright licensing purposes.
This Art Centre Toolkit has been developed specifically for Indigenous Art Centres and includes template policies and agreements which cover licensing, Intellectual Property and Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP).
These Schedules contain suggested copyright licensing fee structures for various types of image reproduction (merchandise, print, architectural etc) and are designed to be used by Indigenous art centres who manage the copyright licensing of their member artists’ artwork.
This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Media, Filming and Photography should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to any filming or photography at the art centre.
This sample agreement should be used when an Indigenous community art centre wants to create a business logo from an existing Indigenous artworkby one of its member artists. If a business other than the Artist’s own art centre wishes to use the Artwork as a business logo, a more detailed licence agreement is appropriate.
This sample Indigenous Art Centre and Art Gallery Consignment Agreement should be used when an Indigenous Art Centre provides works of art to a third party gallery for exhibition and sale.
This sample agreement has been developed for Indigenous Art Centres to use with its artists members where the Art Centre sells the work of the artist on consignment and provides services to the Artist.
This sample agreement should be used when someone wants to use an image of an existing Indigenous artwork (such as a painting, a print, a drawing, a photograph or a still multimedia image) (Image) in an online or digital publication (Publication).