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Will for Indigenous visual artists - FREE

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.

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Will for Indigenous Visual Artists (Artists in the Black) - FREE

This template Will for Indigenous Artists shares the artist's assets equally among nominated family members. It is intended for use by an artist who is a member of an Indigenous art centre. It includes clauses specifically designed to deal with copyright, resale royalties and the artist's agreement with the art…

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No will, no way
30th June 2012

Arts Law celebrates the announcement by the Western Australian government of its commitment to amend its intestacy laws and launches its Artists in the Black intestacy kits for families of Indigenous visual artists.

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19th July 2016

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Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan
19th July 2016

Arts Law's Innovate Reconciliation Action Plan details our commitment to achieving justice and recognition for our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander clients.

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Artists in the Black Animations Series

Artists in the Black produced a series of new educative animations to help artists understand copyright, moral rights, wills, Indigenous Cultural Intellectual Property and resale royalty in partnership with CAAMA. Browse through all the animations in the playlist below!

Wills (Artists in the Black Animation Series)

Writing a will as an artist is very important. Watch this short animated video on how having a will protects your art and protects who will benefit from your art in years to come.

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Albert Namatjira – copyright and a will

Albert Namatjira is one of Australia’s most well-known and celebrated Indigenous artists, however his family’s ability to have any legal influence over the ongoing cultural and economic management of his artworks after his death was compromised by the Public Trustee’s failure to appreciate the value and significance

Sarrita King and Resale Royalty Rights

Sarrita King is a contemporary Indigenous artist registered for the resale royalty scheme. The resale royalty scheme for visual artists is a new scheme, brought in by the federal government in June 2010. Under the scheme, commercial resales of artworks must be reported and artists are entitled to a 5%…