Seeing the Big Picture – Photography | FREE Arts Law workshop for photographers | 2 December 2016 (six spots available)
(Image: Gilbert Herrada, On Film exhibition opening at PhotoAccess, 2015)
Seeing the Big Picture – Photography | Arts Law workshop
Taking photographs means creating copyright. In this free workshop, Arts Law will take the confusion out of the many legal issues around creating, licensing, exhibiting and selling your photography and photo-based art. The workshop will cover copyright, moral rights, contracts and give you some tips on negotiating better deals with agents and galleries as well as some tips for understanding competition terms and conditions.
Robyn Ayres (Wednesday 9 November session): Robyn has been a lawyer for over 20 years and the CEO of Arts Law since 2002. In 2004 she established Arts Law’s Artists in the Black program, a legal advice service specifically for Indigenous artists. She is committed to ensuring that artists and arts organisations properly understand their rights as well as their legal responsibilities and are fairly rewarded for the work they do.
Delwyn Everard (Friday 2 December session): Delwyn is Arts Law's Director for Legal Services and she has over 20 years’ experience working for law firms in the US and Australia and in the public sector. A former principal of boutique Sydney IP law firm Spruson & Ferguson Lawyers, she has an extensive background in copyright and trademark litigation. Delwyn is passionate about equipping artists with the skills and knowledge to understand their rights and negotiate a fair reward for their creative endeavours.
When: Wednesday 9 November 2016 (4:00pm-5:30pm) OR Friday 2 December 2016 (3:00pm-4:30pm)
Where: PhotoAccess Teaching Room, Manuka Arts Centre
Bookings: Book Now. Free event, maximum 30 people per event. Please note that there are six spots available at the 2 December event.