In conversation with Contestable Fund grant recipient Dahlia Malaeulu
18 April 2022In late 2020, Dahlia Malaeulu received one of our Contestable Fund grants to contribute towards the creation of Mila’s My Aganu’u Series. Created by an all-Pasifka team the series is focused on developing understanding and knowledge of Samoan culture.
What’s Fair Use, and does it apply in NZ?
11 April 2022Short answer – no, Fair Use does not apply in New Zealand. “Fair Use” is an American term with an American application. It’s an often-used legal defence mounted by people accused of infringing on someone else’s copyright.
The Curious Case of Karl Sim
4 April 2022If someone knowingly signs your name to a work that isn’t yours, and particularly if they gain an income from it, you have the law on your side.
Announcing our CLNZ Partnership Fund
1 April 2022We’re pleased to announce our new Partnership Fund which is aimed at partnering with sector groups that are connecting to, or working with, diverse and emerging voices and communities.
Five reasons your organisation should be thinking about copyright
28 March 2022If you haven’t thought about how your team is copying and sharing printed material, now is the time. Here are five things every organisation needs to know when it comes to copyright.
Is street art copyrighted?
14 March 2022Ok friends, this one is tricky, but not because the law is vague. It’s a common misconception that something in the public space is “public domain” – meaning that just because it’s freely and easily accessible, it’s wide open for anyone to use however they like, but this isn’t true.