Arts law advice seminars at Gorman House

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Gorman House Arts Centre

THE Arts Law Centre of Australia is delivering three free seminars at Gorman House next week.

Artform in Focus – Photography

Monday April 28, 4.00pm to 5.00pm

While the recent proliferation of digital photography competitions brings a host of opportunities for photographers to raise their profiles and potentially be rewarded, rights and ownership of images can become issues. Find out more about more about the ins and outs of this area of the law as well as other emerging legal issues facing photographers.

Artform in Focus – Literature / Writing / Self-Publishing

Monday 28 April 2014, 6.00pm to 7.00pm

Small press houses and self-publishing are on the rise – who needs a big publishing company when you’ve got effective networks and the internet? Learn more about your literary rights and responsibilities, especially when you’re ‘doing it yourself.’

Artform in Focus – Design / Visual Arts / Craft

Tuesday 29 April 2014, 3.30pm to 4.30pm

Arts Law is constantly giving advice on copyright and contracts. Learn more about the nuts and bolts, commissioning agreements, licensing, as well as prizes and competitions. Find out why you should register your gallery relationships under the Personal Property Securities Act or else potentially lose your work.

All seminars are in the Fireplace Room, Gorman Arts Centre, 55 Ainslie Ave, Braddon.

To book your place email or call 6249 7377.

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