Artist Engagement and Indigenous Intellectual Property
Placemakers* Gold Coast invites you to join us for an industry talk by Quandamooka intellectual property lawyer Stephanie Parkin.
Stephanie brings nearly a decade of combined legal, research and engagement experience advising both artists and organisations in relation to Indigenous cultural and intellectual property (ICIP). Stephanie completed a Masters’ thesis at QUT in 2020 which investigated the significant problem of fake Aboriginal art and craft in the souvenir market from a legal perspective, in addition to the cultural impacts of fake art as identified by Indigenous artists themselves.
Over the course of an afternoon, Stephanie will share information and advice on collaborating with, and commissioning First Nations artists in a culturally respectful way.
This talk is open to anyone who currently collaborates with First Nations artists or who is interested in future collaborations.
The part of the venue being utilised for the event is on the first storey of the building, which can be accessed via a lift or stairs. There is some accessible parking at the front of the venue. Wheelchair users can enter via the Garrick St carpark. There is an accessible toilet available for use at the venue.
If you do have specific seating or access requirements (including wheelchair access, interpreting needs or other) please contact the friendly team at Placemakers* Gold Coast |07 5525 6468 (Monday to Friday during office hours) | [email protected]