Blak Douglas [Photo © Nick Cubbin]
Blak Douglas [Photo © Nick Cubbin]

Blak Douglas

Copyright is extremely important to me as an artist. Artists are highly likely to be exploited at some point throughout their career. We need to acknowledge that free reign is not acceptable.

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Reg Mombassa [Photo © Nick Cubbin]

Reg Mombassa

Copyright is important to me. While I don’t mind people being influenced by my work or appropriating it with permission, blatant unauthorised commercial rip-offs can be irritating and insulting.

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Deborah Kelly [Photo © Nick Cubbin]

Deborah Kelly

I appreciate the agency for its work defending the right of artists to be acknowledged and paid. And for sending money, of course. Thank you!

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Alice Pung [Photo © Olivia Tran]

Alice Pung

Artists spend so long creating their work and attempting originality, to have this taken away easily is an insult to their craft.

Photo by Olivia Tran

Sally Rippin [Photo © Olivia Tran]

Sally Rippin

I am fascinated by people: the relationships between them and what drives them to act the way they do. Creating art is my way of making sense of the world.

Photo by Olivia Tran

Ben Ward

I began painting to share my cultural knowledge with others. Art gives me an opportunity to express myself and tell the traditional Miriwoong stories.

Bibi Barba [Photo © Bryan Sun]

Bibi Barba

For those who appreciate my work and want to reuse it, I do expect to be fairly paid.

Photo by Bryan Sun

Susan Hawthorne

As a writer, the challenge is always to find the right form and structure.