In September 2014 we facilitated a Professional Training session on Child Protection Awareness which was delivered by Olive Ring , National Child Protection Manager, in the National Youth Council of Ireland. The session was aimed at visual artists who...
When something goes wrong in those dealings, and the artist seeks advice, the first issue that must be addressed is; “Was there a valid contract?”
Looking at the area of protecting your work and giving some surprising points for you to consider when planning for what happens to you work when you are gone.
Copyright and IP Resources resources from Shirley Madden, Director of MaddenBlack . Madden delivered a session on Copyright and IP as part of Visual Artists Ireland's Proofessional Development programme working with Harnessing Creativity (cross-border). ...
The legal right for the creator of an original work to exploit the work and to prevent others from doing so without permission.
Definitions of originality, fair use, appropriation, parody and moral rights of the artist.
No one likes confrontation. Occasionally however an artist will have to manage a professional dispute.
What many artists may not be aware of is that they, as self-employed individuals, have a duty under health and safety law to ensure that their working environment complies with health and safety legislation.
Public art of any kind takes place in a sphere where many diverse interests meet. Negotiation therefore is a constant demand.
Legal Supports for Contemporary Visual Artists – Keynote speaker Henry Lydiate from The Henry Lydiate Partnership discusses the development of his ArtLaw practice and the types of legal supports that contemporary visual art practitioners need.