The Resale Royalty Right enables artists who create work to share in its value when it is resold. Commencing on 9 June 2010, the scheme recognises artists ongoing rights in their work and provides them with a share of its ongoing value.
John Olsen, one of Australia’s greatest living artists known for vibrant and poetic depictions of the Australian landscape, is exhibiting three never-before-seen journals as part of a major multimedia exhibition, ‘John Olsen: Goya’s Dog’ at National Art School (NAS) Gallery from 11 June till 7 August 2021.
Brigid Mullane, an emerging publisher at Ultimo Press is this year’s recipient of the Cultural Fund’s Publishing Industry Career Development Grant.
As the 2021-22 annual budget was announced earlier this month, the federal government committed 15 million dollars’ to the Australian Associated Press (AAP) for the next two years. The decision follows a campaign by the AAP leadership for federal government assistance.
Copyright Agency’s Cultural Fund is once again proudly supporting this year’s Miles Franklin Award shortlist event on June 16. Six authors will be named for the shortlist, and the announcement will livestreamed on our Youtube channel on the night.
Copyright Agency has made an application to the Copyright Tribunal of Australia, asking for assistance with designing new methodologies for collecting data from schools.
The 2021 Miles Franklin Literary Award longlist includes a mix of acclaimed Australian authors and new voices showcasing the richness of Australian literature.
Julia Baird’s Phosphorescence: On Awe, Wonder & Things that Sustain You when the World Goes Dark has won Book of the Year at the 2021 Australian Book Industry Awards, held on Wednesday night at Carriageworks in association with the Sydney Writers’ festival. The prestigious award was this year presented by screen star Cate Blanchett via […]
Image Credit: Anna Krien, 2021 Fellow for Non-Fiction Writing. Photo courtesy EMG. Robert Drewe 2021 Author Fellow, photo by Tracy Drewe.
11 Nov, 2021 to 14 Nov, 2021
Sydney Contemporary 2021