Namatjira makes history with 2020 Archibald win

The 2020 Archibald, Wynne and Sulman Prizes were announced on 25 September, with some momentous victories for Indigenous artists.

Monograph honours prolific Indigenous artist

We licensed a stunning selection of works by Aboriginal artist Emily Kame Kngwarreye for a monograph published in late July this year.

Protocols for respecting First Nations IP

The Australia Council released the latest edition of its Protocols for using First Nations Cultural and Intellectual Property in the Arts.

Giving back through voluntary resale payments

Resales of artworks acquired before 9 June 2010 do not meet the criteria for a royalty payment – but they need not miss out altogether.

Sydney Contemporary supports artists throughout October

Sydney Contemporary has unveiled a month-long experiential platform to help audiences explore, discover and buy new work from artists.

Miimi & Jiinda shares culture in Adairs collab

Copyright Agency has licensed a fantastic collaboration between specialty retailer Adairs and Indigenous art business Miimi & Jiinda.

Mireille Juchau: novelist, essayist, critic and winner of the 2020 Pascall Prize for Arts Criticism.

I’m actually delighted to be recognised by the Pascall Prize, especially because it’s valuing a specialist field that’s really under threat at the moment. And I’d love to thank the judges, the Walkley Foundation, and the Copyright Agency for supporting this vital work of arts criticism. Mireille Juchau won the 2020 Pascall Prize for Arts […]

Your upgraded Member Portal is here

The Copyright Agency has today announced the release of its second major upgrade to our member’s online accounts, greatly improving transparency.

Image Credit: Created by Copyright Agency. Featured members: Amal Awad, photo by Tim Levy. Blak Douglas, photo by Nick Cubbin. Lee Walker, photo by Lindsay Edwards. Wayne Diver-Tuck, photo by Caitlin Hicks. Linton Besser, photo by Olivia Tran. Cathy Wilcox, photo by Caitlin Hicks. Lachlan Philpott, photo by Bryan Sun. Maxine Beneba-Clarke, photo by Olivia Tran.

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