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Copyright Agency Agreement Between Artist and Art Centre – Supplementary

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.

Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Academic Research

This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Academic Research should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to any research conducted by a individuals or institutions external to the community which seeks access to the Art Centre or its member artists, whether publically or privately funded and whether for commercial or non-profit purposes.

Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Festivals and Performances

This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Festivals and Performances should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to all festivals or performances involving traditional forms of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander cultural traditional expression and knowledge which are hosted or staged by, or involve the Arts Centre.

Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Indigenous Stories

This sample Cultural and Intellectual Property Policy for Indigenous Stories should be used by an Indigenous Art Centre as a best practice policy in relation to the recording or transcribing for any purpose of traditional stories told by members of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Island language group.

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Indigenous Artwork Reproduction Licence for Merchandise (Art Centre)

This sample Indigenous Artwork Reproduction Licence for Merchandise (Art Centre) should be used when the Art Centre wants to use an image of an existing Indigenous artwork (such as a painting, print or drawing) on merchandise to be sold by the art centre. This sample agreement complies with the Indigenous Art Code.

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.

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