A new partnership for competitive artists’ commission worth $80K

Announcing Copyright Agency Partnerships (CAP) – a new partnership with Australian art institutions to support commissions for mid-career and established visual artists.

Can Blockchain assist with Resale Royalty?

Blockchain is once again hitting headlines, with Bitcoin more than doubling in value since December 2020, plus the high-value sale of an NFT.

New building sees art licensed on huge scale

The new Chancellery at Monash University’s Clayton Campus celebrates one of Australia’s leading painters, Margaret Preston.

Language, power and histories: 2020 John Fries Award exhibition opens in March

The 2020 Copyright Agency John Fries Award exhibition, will open at UNSW Galleries on 13 March, when the winner of the $10,000 award will be announced.

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.

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.

Image Credit: Created by Copyright Agency.

Image Credit: Ceiling design incorporating Margaret Preston’s Tea-tree and Hakea Petiolaris (detail), 1936 © Estate of Margaret Preston/Copyright Agency. Photo courtesy of Monash University.

Image Credit: Copyright Agency CEO, Adam Suckling. Photo supplied.

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