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Artists in the Black education animations

May 23, 2015 -- Posted by : admin

Artists in the Black is proud to launch a new series of short animations, designed to educate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists about their rights.  Covering issues like Copyright, Contracts and Wills, the series features artworks by renowned Indigenous artists, brought to life by animation.

By releasing this series, Artists in the Black hopes to engage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander arts communities in an ongoing conversation about legal rights and responsibilities, so that artists are empowered to carry out their practice in a non-exploitative and culturally aware environment.

We are calling on you to spread the word far and wide, so take a look at the clips below, or on our youtube channel and please tweet and share via your social media!

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