ILWS - Charles Sturt University
ILWS - Charles Sturt University

Arts and Ownership in the New Millennium

Edited by Nancy Blacklow and Lyn Gorman
Published by the Centre for Rural Social Research
September 2001
ISBN: 1 86467 094 0

The conference was a joint venture of the Arts Law Centre of Australia and Charles Sturt University. It brought together metropolitan and regional legal practitioners and experts in arts ownership issues, arts practitioners and administrators and others with an interest in the arts. These published proceedings capture some of the spirit of the deliberations and are a valuable resource in providing information on sources of expert help on matters of rights and ownership.

Contents

Introduction - Lyn Gorman

Opening Address: Community Arts in the New Millennium: Harnessing the Opportunities - The Honourable Mr Justice David Levine

Session One: Creating Ownership in Arts and New Media Areas
Panel Introduction - Fred Goldsworthy
Local Writers Projects: In Print and Cyberspace - Jen Thompson
Writers Controlling Their Copyright in Traditional and New Media - Libby Gleeson
I Want You: Ownership Issues in Creating Websites - Johannes Klabbers
Legal Issues in Ownership in the Arts and New Media - Alison Davis

Session Two: Indigenous Arts and Culture
Panel Introduction - Delia Browne
Indigenous Arts: Stopping the Rip-Offs - Keith Hall
Collecting Indigenous Arts for Combined National Collections - Tom Middlemost
Regional Indigenous Cultural Protocols - Charles Trindall

Session Three: Community Arts Projects
Panel Introduction - Monika Velins
Copyright in Community Arts Projects and resolving Potential Conflicts - Delia Browne
The Community Music Industry - Adam Bell
Regional Museums - Projects and Authenticity - Madeleine Scully