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Cultural Protocols and Intellectual Property

conference contribution
posted on 2017-12-06, 00:00 authored by Pamela Croft
This presentation session is about having a yarn to further understand the implications of how copyright laws apply to Indigenous artists and their cultural contemporary expression. The Western domain states that Copyright is a bundle of rights, which include economic and moral rights, protected in law whereas the Aboriginal domain believes that Aboriginal peoples must live and practice the laws from the ‘old ways’ in this new contemporary time. The second issue to yarn about is examining the impact of implementing Aboriginal protocols on the creative process and the Art Market?


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Articulate 2013 : Queensland Regional Arts and Culture Conference, 21-23 August 2013, Rockhampton, Queensland

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Rockhampton, Queensland


Queensland Regional Arts and Culture]

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Rockhampton, Queensland

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Not affiliated to a Research Institute; Office of Indigenous Engagement;

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Articulate Queensland Regional Arts and Culture Conference