Sample Agreement

Artwork Licensing Intellectual Property Toolkit for Indigenous Art Centres

This Artwork Licensing Intellectual Property Toolkit has been developed specifically for Indigenous Art Centres and includes template policies and agreements which cover licensing, Intellectual Property (copyright and moral rights) and Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP).

Each template within the pack is available for individual purchase on our Artists in the Black website and Arts Law website (except for the schedule of copyright licensing fees which is only available through this pack). The complete pack will be available at a discounted price.

This Toolkit has been developed with funding from the Office for the Arts (OFTA) through the Indigenous Visual Arts Industry Support program. It includes:

Information Sheets:

Copyright Licensing for Art Centres (Free) 

Schedules of Copyright Licensing Fees - Contains suggested discounts for different classes of licensees and bulk orders. The fees are largely consistent with the fees charged by voluntary collecting societies.


Media, Photography and Filming Policy

Festivals and Performances Policy

Academic Research Policy

Recording Stories Policy

Agreement Templates:

Artist/Art Centre Agency Agreement

Merchandise Licence

Publication Licence (print)

Publication Licence (digital)

Art Centre Logo Agreement

Artwork Reproduction Licence (fabric)

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All prices are in Australian dollars and include GST

Please note: You must agree to our terms of use when purchasing and using these agreements. Read our full terms and conditions.

When an agreement is purchased it will be available for download from 'Your Account' for a period of 2 years from the date of purchase. Once this 2 year period has expired it will no longer be available for download.

Educational institutions (eg schools, universities, tertiary colleges) intending to provide these documents to students must purchase the number of copies/licences needed in order to provide each student with a copy. If you require multiple copies it may be worthwhile subscribing to Arts Law.

Organisations may use this document for internal use on multiple occasions but must purchase multiple copies/licences if intending to provide the document to your members or clients.