04 Sep, 2015 to 04 Sep, 2015
The John Fries Award is an annual non-acquisitive award of $10,000 recognising emerging and early career visual artists. Since its start in 2010, it has become a platform for some of the most engaging and experimental works from emerging artists across Australia and New Zealand. The prize was established by the Fries family in memory […]
02 Sep, 2015 to 06 Sep, 2015
Brisbane Writers Festival brings a page-turning experience to Brisbane in September each year, as well as a year-round program of exciting events.
24 Aug, 2015 to 26 Aug, 2015
The Australian Copyright Council runs an annual seminar program around Australia. 2015’s seminars include a range of general and specialist sessions, including on websites, social media, and issues for libraries and the education sector. TOPICS General audience: Copyright Essentials Copyright Decision Making: Clearing Copyright (with workshop) Website, Blogs and Social Media Hot Topics: Copyright Cases & […]
27 Jul, 2015 to 31 Jul, 2015
Education Week is a major event on the state school’s calendar. 2015’s theme is ‘Celebrating Local Heroes’, and schools are encouraged to develop their alumni networks and celebrate their ‘local heroes’, including their local ANZAC / military heroes. Find out more about what the Copyright Agency does for Educational Licences.
03 Jul, 2015 to 06 Jul, 2015
In a context of globalised social, cultural and environmental change, and the rise of new communication technologies, English and literacy educators play an important role in guiding learners through the unchartered territory of the future and to imagine new possibilities. Curiosity is key. This year the Copyright Agency is a principal sponsor of this conference and […]
to 15 Dec, 2017
Varuna’s Copyright Agency Fellowships for First Nations Writers are open to all writers, published or unpublished, who are of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and are currently living in Australia. Varuna will award four Copyright Agency Fellowships in 2018. Each fellowship includes: A week’s residential fellowship including accommodation, private writing space, and full board. […]
to 14 Aug, 2015
The Copyright Agency Individual’s Career Fund supports individuals working in the publishing and visual arts sectors to develop skills and enhance their careers. Individual grants of up to $5,000 are offered for learning and professional development opportunities. Opportunities typically supported include: structured mentorships residencies with structured mentorship or structured learning opportunities participation in professional workshops, […]
to 30 Nov, 2018
The Collections Project is a collaborative project between Guildhouse and Flinders University Art Museum which is supported by the Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund. The program provides artists with the opportunity to engage with the Museum’s collections and staff to create new work for exhibition. Gail Hocking works across sculpture, installation, site-specific works and new media. The outcome […]