July 20, 2018

Second Resale – What does it really mean?

While the Resale Royalty Right is generally well understood, we are often asked to clarify the term ‘second resale’ and how it affects eligibility for resale royalty.  If used out of context this term can lead to the wrong conclusion on a royalty being due. The term ‘second resale’ is relevant to artworks in existence […]

July 19, 2018

Copyright Agency helps members licence their work for NAIDOC week

In celebration of NAIDOC Week this year, artist and Copyright Agency member, Julie Dowling’s work was projected onto the iconic Digital Tower in Yagan Square, Perth. Screenwest – the State’s premier screen organisation – controls the 45-metre high tower which includes a large circular screen and 14 LED lights columns, inspired by the bulrushes found […]

July 19, 2018

Reduced administration fees for visual arts licences

Explaining our administration fees Copyright Agency is a not-for-profit organisation. There is no fee to join, though an administration fee is deducted from any payments we collect, to cover our running costs. We keep our operating costs low to deliver greater income to you. Our administration fee varies slightly from year to year and is […]

June 28, 2018

Anita Heiss and Kate Vasili feature at librarian conference

The Copyright Agency, the Australian Publishers Association and the Australian Society of Authors are sponsoring the Gala Dinner at the Asia-Pacific Library and Information Conference from 30 July to 2 August 2018 on the Gold Coast. A pre-dinner cocktail event will feature the author and academic Dr Anita Heiss and the Copyright Officer from London’s […]

June 28, 2018

Academics in the news

The 2017 Miles Franklin winner, Josephine Wilson, a sessional academic working at University of Western Australia, Murdoch and Curtin Universities, received Copyright Agency Cultural Fund support firstly when her manuscript for Extinctions won the inaugural $10,000 Dorothy Hewett Award in 2016. As a Miles Franklin shortlister, she (and the other shortlisted authors) each received $5,000 from […]

June 28, 2018

Cultural Fund grants for Unis and academics

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund has granted tens of millions of dollars to the academic community since inception. In the last decade, we’ve provided millions to universities through programs such as: Deakin University’s research into adolescent reading habits UNSW Press’s Bragg Prize for best Australian science writing Griffith University’s Griffith Review UTS and Uni of […]

June 28, 2018

Introducing Flex

The Copyright Agency has worked with British company Kortext to develop a new online product called Flex, which makes the task of preparing reading material simpler and faster for librarians and lecturers. Flex would work seamlessly with our existing licence agreement with UA, which provides use of enormous amounts of copyright material from anywhere in […]

June 28, 2018

A new way forward with universities

Copyright Agency and Universities Australia, representing 39 universities, have started negotiations on a new licensing agreement. For us and our members this is our second largest licence agreement, valued at over $30m per annum, and we are keen to work with UA to ensure its continued success. This blanket copyright licence allows university teachers and […]

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Image Credit: Hugo Michell Gallery Booth, Sydney Contemporary 2017. Photo: Jacquie Manning.

Image Credit: NGV design store merchandise featuring works by Ruby Tjangawa Williamson, Nita Williamson, Wawiriya Burton with Angela (daughter) and Kathy (grand-daughter). © The Artists/Copyright Agency, 2018 Image: NGV design store Styling: Natalie Turnbull Photo: Daniel Herrmann-Zoll

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