The Arts Law website has a number of sample agreements available for purchase, which are designed to cover a variety of common relationships in different arts sectors. To find out more about what agreements are available, please click here.
Artists in the Black has also developed a number of sample agreements which specifically relate to Indigenous artists. Some are available for FREE download, while some are LOW COST with a further discount rate if you are an Arts Law subscriber.
Please refer to Arts Laws' terms and conditions before using any of the sample agreements.
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.
Developed as part of Arts Law’s Black Fashion Project (with thanks to Arts Queensland), this sample agreement can be used where an Indigenous artwork is reproduced onto fabric. See also the Indigenous Collaboration Agreement – Fashion and Furnishings.
This sample INDIGENOUS COLLABORATION AGREEMENT should be used when a designer in the fashion, textile or home furnishing industry, or a business that is involved in the production of articles for the fashion and furnishing industries (the Designer) wishes to work together with an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island visual artist/ or group of visual artists (the Artist) to create and produce clothing, textiles and/or furnishing items based on or incorporating or inspired by the artworks of that artist or artists.
These sample language agreements and protocol guidelines are aimed at assisting Indigenous communities and their consultants (schools, linguists, anthropologists, ICT specialists) through the process of developing and using language materials at a local level.
This sample Will for Indigenous Artists has been developed to encourage Indigenous artists to consider what will happen to their artworks, property and copyright when they pass away, and provide guidance for those who decide to make a will.