September 19, 2019

Meet The Team: Liesl Fitzpatrick, Senior Manager, Education Licensing

Liesl Fitzpatrick is the Senior Manager for Education Licensing at Copyright Agency. She has worked in licensing and intellectual property for 14 years, including 13 years in the fields of music and television – with previous stints at Sony Music Entertainment, British Sky Broadcasting and EMI Music. Liesl now account manages a client base of […]

September 19, 2019

Statutory Education Licence termination notice period

In the unlikely event that you need to request to terminate your access to the Statutory Education Licence (for example, because your institution is closing), please note that your remuneration agreement with Copyright Agency contains a termination notice period (usually three months). This means that you would usually need to submit a termination request before […]

August 13, 2019

Save up to $300 on Governance Institute’s National Conference 2019

The Copyright Agency has partnered with the Governance Institute of Australia to offer you resources and a special rate to their National Conference. Copyright Agency’s Director of Commercial Licensing, Guy Johnson, says, “We support good governance in all its forms and believe the Governance Institute resources and National Conference are valuable to anyone looking at driving […]

July 19, 2019

Mangkaja and Gorman create an Indigenous collection setting a benchmark in collaboration

One of Australia’s most remote art centres, Mangkaja Arts Resource Agency in WA, has teamed up with one of the country’s most iconic fashion brands, Gorman, to design a capsule collection that will launch in August. The collaboration is Gorman’s first with Indigenous artists and saw the Copyright Agency negotiate what has been billed as […]

May 20, 2019

Interim rate set in case against universities

A MESSAGE FROM CEO ADAM SUCKLING Dear members, As promised previously, I am writing to update you on progress in the Copyright Tribunal in the actions against Universities Australia (UA) and the Media Monitoring Organisations (MMOs). Recently, the Copyright Tribunal determined an interim rate that Universities Australia is required to pay in copyright licence fees […]

May 8, 2019

New Alexander Calder exhibition at National Gallery Victoria

Alexander Calder is celebrated in his first Australian retrospective at the National Gallery of Victoria (NGV), featuring works never-before-seen in Australia, including an impressive display of Calder’s most iconic forms: suspended mobiles. Known as the artist who made sculpture move, Calder’s radical and pioneering practice changed the course of modern art. The Copyright Agency has […]

April 10, 2019

New four-year schools licence negotiated

A message from the CEO, Adam Suckling Dear Members, I wrote to you at the end of last year about the issues around negotiating new agreements, our disputes before the Copyright Tribunal, and our investment in new systems and services to better serve members. As you know, digital technology continues to change profoundly the way […]

April 2, 2019

Artists’ works speak of community in remote WA medical clinics

The artwork of four Martumili Arts Centre artists have been licensed and replicated in beautiful metal screens for two remote community medical centres in the Western Desert. The Punmu and Parnngurr Aboriginal Health Clinics in the Western Australian Desert, 1800km from Perth and at least 400km away from their nearest towns, are some of the […]

Image Credit: Carriageworks exterior, Sydney Contemporary 2018. Photo by Jacquie Manning.

Image Credit: Winnie Dunn, Michael Mohammed Ahmad, Omar Sakr at the Miles Franklin Literary Award Shortlist event. Photo: Belinda Rolland

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