Following the new precedent for prize-giving in 2020, this year’s QLAs were presented online on Friday 4 September.
Like so many other awards this year, the 2020 EPAAs were announced via a free digital event on Thursday 3 September.
The week starting 7 September 2020 was the first of a three-week hearing in Copyright Agency’s action against Universities Australia (UA).
We are putting our October and November distributions on hold while we prepare for the next major update to your online account.
One of Australia’s most remote textile-producing art centres has teamed up with a leading lifestyle brand to design a homewares collection.
Whether you are looking at rolling out an innovative marketing campaign, developing a new product line or enhancing your visual identity, the right artwork is a powerful way to help convey your story. A specific licence or permission may be required for the use of artworks under such circumstances. The Copyright Agency Visual Arts team […]
With the EPAAs fast approaching, we spoke to the Colin Ho about their development and their significance for educational publishers.
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.