NAVA provides artists and arts practitioners with an affordable insurance package and other members’ benefits and services. This month they have a special offer for Copyright Agency | Viscopy members.
As a professional artist or arts worker, you may be required to have certain types of insurance to undertake projects, work on certain premises or teach in a range of capacities. NAVA Premium Plus Membership provides arts practitioners with an affordable insurance package* which includes seven types of insurance including public liability and products liability, personal accident, and access to all other members’ benefits. It is available for professional visual artists, curators, installers, registrars, conservators and arts administrators on application.
This month, NAVA is offering Copyright Agency | Viscopy members 10% off NAVA Premium Plus membership until 11.59pm on 18 August. Visit the NAVA website and enter the code “CAoffer” at check out. For enquiries about this offer contact firstname.lastname@example.org
NAVA Premium Plus Member, Bianca Hester, writes: I’m a NAVA member because I believe in the work that NAVA does advocating for the arts and arts workers. NAVA has been a key institution acting upon issues such as standard fees for artists and the recent cuts to arts funding. A NAVA membership provides access to many valuable resources, which I have drawn upon over the years both as an artist and as an arts educator. The ability to access insurance through the membership has been really useful to my practice especially when making work in public space. – Bianca Hester, NAVA Premium Plus Member
Find out more: https://visualarts.net.au/Membership/premium-premium-plus/
The National Association for the Visual Arts (NAVA) is the national peak body protecting and promoting the professional interests of the Australian visual and media arts, craft and design sector. Since the organisation’s establishment in 1983, it has been successful in securing policy and legislative change to encourage the growth and development of the sector and to increase professionalism within the industry. Their current campaign is #FairPayforArtists