October 9, 2019

Wrapped NBN nodes showcase Indigenous artists

As the NBN continues to be rolled out around Australia, it has provided an opportunity for Indigenous artworks to be displayed in the community. NBN Co’s delivery partner Downer has collaborated with the Copyright Agency to source and license artworks by key Indigenous artists to wrap around the NBN network nodes in Sydney’s Inner West. The aim is […]

October 9, 2019

2019 Writers’ Royalty and Image Royalty Claim campaigns closing soon

Copyright Agency’s annual Writers’ Royalty and Image Royalty Claim campaigns are closing on 18 October. Copyright Agency members who meet the eligibility criteria can receive copyright royalties. Non-members who meet the criteria can apply for membership, which is free. For writers, the Copyright Agency is particularly interested in hearing from freelancers or contributors who have […]

October 1, 2019

Macquarie researchers seek insights on sales and exports of Aussie books

Earlier this year, Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund partnered with the Australia Council for the Arts to announce a new Macquarie University research project examining the international rights sales and export of Australian books over the last decade. Professor David Throsby, Dr Paul Crosby and Dr Jan Zwar are conducting the research in collaboration with book industry […]

September 20, 2019

Not business as usual

On Friday 20 September, three days before the UN Climate Action summit, a Global Climate Strike will take place. Millions of children around the world will take to the streets to send the message that governments need to take their future seriously. In Australia, where we are on the frontline of climate change, students have […]

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 […]

September 5, 2019

Liverpool Boys High Teacher wins creativity across the curriculum scholarship

The NSW Premier’s Copyright Agency Creativity across the Curriculum Scholarship was awarded at Parliament House on 28 August 2019. Jane Wilson, a teacher from Liverpool Boys High, won the $15,000 scholarship which she will use for a five-week study tour to research creative and innovative teaching practices used in ‘Big Picture Schools’ throughout Australia and […]

September 5, 2019

Awards recognise outstanding resources for student learning

Australian educators and publishers last night celebrated a year of making outstanding resources for student learning across the country at the Educational Publishing Awards Australia. Twenty vital learning tools produced by local publishers and used in primary, secondary and tertiary classrooms were awarded – as well as Publisher of the Year awards. Two new awards […]

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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