November 27, 2014

Helen O’Neill joins Board of the Copyright Agency

As the Copyright Agency celebrates its 40th year, it has today appointed journalist and author Helen O’Neill to its Board. Ms O’Neill replaces outgoing Board director and renowned children’s author, Libby Gleeson. Helen O’Neill is an award-winning journalist and author with more than 25 years’ experience on The Sydney Morning Herald, The Australian and Vogue […]

July 14, 2011

Copyright Agency Releases Results from Digital Publishing Trends Survey

After almost two decades of hype and speculation predicting a digital book revolution, the past 12-18 months have seen some major developments that could herald a turning point in the broad adoption of digital publishing in Australia. Few could have missed the high profile launches of products such as the Apple iPad or Google eBooks; […]

April 20, 2011

Sebastian Smee Wins 2011 Pulitzer Prize

The Copyright Agency extends its congratulations to member Sebastian Smee, who has won the 2011 Pulitzer Prize for Criticism in Journalism. Sebastian has been awarded the Prize, valued at US$10,000, for his work at The Boston Globe for ‘his vivid and exuberant writing about art, often bringing great works to life with love and appreciation.’* The […]

July 22, 2010

What’s the Story?

The Cultural Fund has lent its support to this year’s Walkley Media Conference, titled ‘What’s the story? Powerful narrative and other tales from the future’. The Cultural Fund has also lent its support to this year’s Walkley Media Conference, titled ‘What’s the story? Powerful narrative and other tales from the future’. The four day event […]

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Image Credit: Rachael Mipantjiti Lionel. ‘Kapi Wankanya’ (2017). Acrylic on linen, 1220 x 2000mm.

Image Credit: Hoodie from Lifewear Australia NAIDOC 2018 apparel collection featuring Geoff Sellman artwork, Her Opal Spirits, 2018. © Geoff Sellman/Copyright Agency, 2018. Photo courtesy Lifewear Australia.

Image Credit: A team of more than 60 graphic designers, engineers and painters at Boeing’s Seattle facility worked with Balarinji to install the design onto the 787-9 Dreamliner, taking more than ten days to complete. There are close to 5000 dots on the aircraft. Image courtesy of Qantas.

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