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 […]

Artist Amanda Marburg's studio [Photo © Olivia Tran]

Getting help with your Resale Royalty queries

If you are an artist, art market professional or art collector, you may have some questions about the Resale Royalty scheme. Artists may be aware that their works have been resold and would like to know if they are owed a royalty payment. Similarly, art market professionals handling sales and resales might wonder if an […]

An exclusive offer for Copyright Agency supporters

Sydney Contemporary, Australia’s largest and most diverse gathering of local and international art galleries, is offering Copyright Agency supporters 20% off tickets to this year’s unmissable event! Taking place at Carriageworks from 12–15 September 2019, Sydney Contemporary will deliver a captivating program of more than 150 events. With curated exhibitions and installations, live performances and […]

Estate planning for copyright owners

This story, first published last year, is reproduced by popular demand. Could it be possible that the Will had set things right at last, and that Richard and Ada were going to be rich? It seemed too good to be true. Alas, it was! “Mr Kenge,” said Allan, appearing enlightened all in a moment. “…Do […]

Supporting artists for more than a decade, entries now open for the 2020 John Fries Award

Entries open this month for one of Australia’s most highly anticipated awards for early career artists, the $10,000 John Fries Award. Entries for the 2020 award open on Monday 26 August 2019. The John Fries Award is a platform for some of the most engaging and experimental works of contemporary art in Australia and New […]

Over half a million in grants for the creative community announced

The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund continues to invest in Australia’s arts future, announcing more than $500,000 in grants for the support of 25 projects in the first of two rounds of funding for 2019. Applications for the Cultural Fund’s three Fellowships (each worth $80,000) for two authors and an artist, are open for application until […]

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 […]

Free subscriptions from Australian Book Review to celebrate special edition

One of the Copyright Agency’s stakeholders, Australian Book Review has created an Indigenous issue, which is out this month. To celebrate, ABR is providing Creative Licence readers with 100 free annual subscriptions to the digital edition. Catherine Ferrari asked the Editor and CEO of ABR, Peter Rose, about the special issue and the creation of […]

Image Credit: Sample book artwork spreads designed by Joanna Hunt for Allen & Unwin / Tjanpi (November 2019). Stills are from the Tjanpi Desert Weavers stop-motion animation Ngayuku Papa (My Dog): Bluey and Big Boy; story & narration by Maureen Butler, directed by Jonathan Daw and Maureen Butler, 2018.

Image Credit: 2020 Miles Franklin Literary Award shortlist. Book covers supplied.

Image Credit: Aboriginal artist Elton Wirri. Photo by Guy Louanglath.

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