September 7, 2015

Copyright Agency Launches New Website

The Copyright Agency has today launched a new-look website, making it easier for its members and licensing customers to find relevant information, buy licenses and apply for funding. The website has been designed to reflect the diverse creativity of its near 30,000 membership base with member profiles featuring creators such as painter Criss Canning, children’s book illustrator Ann […]

September 3, 2015

We’ve relocated

Copyright Agency | Viscopy has relocated to 66 Goulburn St, Sydney Please note, all Copyright Agency | Viscopy email addresses, telephone and fax numbers remain unchanged.  

July 29, 2015

New Curated Exhibition to give “Nod to Absurd”

Finalists are now busy creating new works for the 6th annual John Fries Award exhibition, A Jester’s Whisper, which will open in early September. This year the awards were structured to give more time for artists to develop their artworks specifically for the John Fries Award and Exhibition, which carries a $10,000 prize for the […]

July 27, 2015

Literary industry wants zero GST threshold on offshore book purchases

Australia’s book industry: authors, publishers, booksellers and rights managers are calling on the Federal and State Governments to reduce the Low Value Threshold on offshore purchases to zero. The Australian Society of Authors, the Australian Publishers Association, the Australian Booksellers Association, the Copyright Agency and the Australian Council of Small Business back suggested changes to […]

July 7, 2015

$40,000 available for Copyright Research Fellowships

Rights management and collecting society for authors, publishers and artists, the Copyright Agency, has set up two research fellowships valued at $20,000 each to advance critical thinking about copyright. The fellowships were established in 2014 as part of the agency’s 40th anniversary celebrations to honour those responsible for founding the organisation. (See more about Our […]

July 6, 2015

Reading Australia unlocks Australian stories for future generations

Literary icon David Malouf invited teachers and students to discover Australian stories when he launched Reading Australia at the country’s premier event for English educators, the AATE/ALEA Conference in Canberra today. Reading Australia, set up by not-for-profit rights organisation, the Copyright Agency, provides teaching resources for books, plays and poetry from top Aussie authors such […]

March 11, 2015

Cultural Fund Supports Artists Abroad

Artists from Australia, China and the UK participated in a series of contemporary art exhibitions, academic forums and workshops in both Darwin and Guangzhou, as part of a cultural exchange program supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund. The program culminated in a major exhibition, Peach Blossom Spring | Cacotopia which brought together the work of artists Bu […]

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