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An Australian school student using an online learning management system.

Ongoing support for teachers and students

We’re continuing to work with the education sector to minimise disruptions and reduce the pressure of snap transitions to home based learning. 

Surveyor equipment on a wooden table.

Surveyor distribution to become annual next year

From next year, Copyright Agency will be moving from bi-annual or quarterly payments to annual payments for all surveyor members. Annual payments will commence from February 2022.

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TextaQueen is awarded the inaugural Copyright Agency Partnerships $80,000 commission with 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art

Visual artist TextaQueen is the recipient of the inaugural Copyright Agency Partnerships (CAP) $80,000 commission to develop and exhibit a major body of work with the 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney.

Adam Suckling steps down as CEO of Copyright Agency

Copyright Agency today announced that after six years as CEO, Adam Suckling has decided not to renew his contract for a further three-year term.

Three-time Miles Franklin nominee Amanda Lohrey wins the 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award for The Labyrinth

Acclaimed Tasmanian author Amanda Lohrey has been awarded Australia’s prestigious Miles Franklin Literary Award for her novel The Labyrinth, published by Text Publishing.

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The Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund awards more than $818,000 in funding to Australian creators

Our Cultural Fund announces $818,917 in funding for 25 new projects in support of authors, visual artists and industry stakeholders as Australia continues to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic.

Visit our Knowledge Hub

Private Education Providers that have secured the Copyright Agency’s Statutory Education Licence can visit the Knowledge Hub for detailed information on specific topics designed to help you and your staff get the most out of the Licence.

Edwina West from Oakhill College is Awarded the Reading Australia Fellowship for 2021

Today we announced Edwina West from Sydney’s Oakhill College is this year’s Reading Australia Fellow for Teachers of English and Literacy.