As part of our Advance Your Career series, we’re presenting a free professional development session: Artist’s Rights 101.
Join the Senior Solicitor from Arts Law Australia, Roxanne Lorenz, in a workshop exploring your rights as an artist. Learn how to protect your work, how you can get help if you need it and what happens when you make art with other artists. This session uses practical examples, case studies from artists’ experiences and hypothetical scenarios to help artists understand copyright, intellectual property and other relevant legal issues.
This session is relevant to all creatives and artists across all art forms.
Roxanne Lorenz advises artists and organisations on a range of legal areas; most commonly intellectual property (copyright, moral rights and trade marks), contracts, confidentiality, consumer, defamation and insurance laws.
This is a FREE event presented by Arts Law in partnership with Accessible Arts
Where & When
Tuesday 19 July
10am – 11am (AEST)
FREE Online Event– Register Now
This event will be captioned and Auslan interpreted.
This is a free event however bookings are essential. Click here to book your tickets.
This event will be Auslan interpreted and captioned.
If you have access requirements, please advise us when registering. We may need 72 hours notice to accommodate your requirements. Please take this into account when registering.
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This online event will be using the Zoom online conferencing platform. We’ll email you the Zoom link the day before the event. All you have to do is click on the link, follow the prompts and you’ll be part of the event.
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