The Curious Case of the artist formerly known as Prince
22 September 2022Of course, there's a whole other back story regarding the iconic musician, Prince, and his breaking away from his contracts and the need to change his name to an unpronounceable symbol. But today we're talking about a picture of him.
Why apply for our Contestable Fund Grants? Hear from 2021 recipient OneTree House
21 September 2022Last year, One Tree House received a Contestable Fund Grant towards their bilingual and te reo Māori publishing programme. Publisher Christine Dale discusses why they applied and how the grant has helped.
Applications are now open for a visual artist to join our new Visual Arts Working Group
20 September 2022Interested in copyright and the development of rights services for Aotearoa visual artists? Applications are now open for a visual artist to join our new Visual Arts Working Group.
What kind of licence is it? A close-up on licensing for visual artists.
19 September 2022If you’re thinking about signing up with CLNZ, you might have a few questions about how our auction house licensing scheme works, and what’s covered. Or you might be signed up already and just want a refresher.
Spot the difference! What's a resale royalty and what's licensing?
16 September 2022Time for a quick round of spot the difference. The incoming artist resale royalty scheme and our own CLNZ auction house licensing scheme are both good news for visual artists – but they’re also different things
Why apply for our Contestable Fund Grants? Hear from 2020 recipient Monty Soutar
14 September 2022In 2020, historian and writer Dr Monty Soutar, received a Contestable Fund Grant towards his trilogy of epic novels, Kāwai, a series telling the story of pre-colonial Aotearoa and nine successive generations of one Māori family.