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ASA Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio Meeting at SUPANOVA

ASA Graphic Novels / Comics Portfolio (Australian Society of Authors)

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Re: ASA Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio Meeting at SUPANOVA

Postby AndreiB on Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:42 am

Okay, I'll keep an eye out. ;)
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Re: ASA Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio Meeting at SUPANOVA

Postby Julie on Fri Oct 08, 2010 8:57 am

You can also keep an eye out on the official ASA Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio web page:
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ASA Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio SUPANOVA Seminar

Postby Julie on Wed Mar 09, 2011 2:01 pm



Want to know how to create additional income streams so you can spend more time working on your comics and graphic novels?

Want to find out about professional development funding opportunities that can get you overseas for FREE?

In 2010, Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) was appointed the collecting society to manage the artists’ resale royalty scheme. This was an important development in Australia’s Intellectual Property landscape, and meant that artists can now share in the financial benefits when their works accrue in value and are traded on the secondary market. This professional development seminar will explain how the scheme works and how artists (including comics artists) can be paid 5% of the resale value on the second and subsequent sale of artistic works. This seminar will also reveal how CAL’s Cultural Fund allocates around $2 million per year to support professional development of individuals’ projects through the Creative Industries’ Career Fund, as well as projects with a broader industry focus through the Cultural Fund.

About the Copyright Agency Limited (CAL)
CAL was established in 1974 to represent the collective copyright interests of Australia’s authors, artists and publishers. CAL’s initial operations were aimed at providing equitable remuneration for the photocopying of creative works, especially in the educational sector where photocopying was taking away from traditional sales of textbooks. In 2000, the Copyright Act was amended and CAL has since collected remuneration for digital use of its members’ works. In 2010, CAL was appointed the collecting society to manage the artists’ resale royalty scheme. CAL manages its 17,000+ members’ collective copyright interests and artists’ resale royalty—collecting and distributing over $100 million per year to Australia’s authors, artists and publishers. To date, CAL has distributed a total of $780 million to the publishing and visual arts industries.

About the Australian Society of Authors (ASA)
The ASA (which incorporates the Society of Book Illustrators [SOBI]) is the peak professional association for Australian literary creators and has over 3000 members. The Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio was formed in mid 2007, to provide industry support to Australian artists and writers currently working in the comics medium and, in particular, the graphic novel format.

About the Speaker – Zoë Rodriguez
Zoë Rodriguez is a lawyer who has worked at CAL for nearly eight years. She works in policy—lobbying government to promote laws that will benefit Australia’s visual arts and publishing industries. Zoë also manages CAL’s Cultural Fund and the Creative Industries Career Fund, which provide grants to organisations and individuals in the publishing and visual arts sectors. Cultural Funding is used to support people’s professional development, and in establishing an environment that enables creators to derive an income from their work.

SEMINAR SCHEDULE

BRISBANE
Date: Saturday 2 April 2011
Time: 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Venue*: Supanova Seminar Room (downstairs), Exhibition Building, RNA Showgrounds, Gregory Terrace, Brisbane.


MELBOURNE
Date: Saturday 9 April 2011
Time: 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Venue*: Supanova Seminar Room, opposite Exhibition Hall (via Main Entrance off Epsom Rd), Melbourne Showgrounds, Melbourne.


SYDNEY
Date: Saturday 18 June 2011
Time: 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Venue*: Supanova Seminar Room, The Dome, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney.


PERTH
Date: Saturday 25 June 2011
Time: 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Venue*: Supanova Seminar Room, Robinson Pavilion, Claremont Showgrounds, Perth.


Entry fee: There is no charge to attend the seminar. However, attendees must be exhibitors or hold a One Day Pass ($23.80 through Ticketek or $25.00 at the door) or a Supafan Three Day Weekend Pass ($49. 50 through Ticketek or $60.00 at the door).
Ticketek Bookings – 132 849 or http://premier.ticketek.com.au

Further Information: ASA Comics / Graphic Novels Portfolio web page http://www.asauthors.org/scripts/cgiip. ... geId=10137

Brochure: http://www.asauthors.org/lib/pdf/zGraph ... on2011.pdf


* Please check the venue details in the printed Supanova event program (inserted in your show bag) in case of last minute venue changes.


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ASA / SUPANOVA Professional Development Seminar 2012

Postby Julie on Fri May 25, 2012 3:04 pm



Want to know what other professional associations and friends of the Australian Society of Authors (ASA) can offer in the way of resources, legal advice, professional development and awards for comics creators?

One of the ASA Comics / Graphic Novels Portfolio objectives is to liaise and cross-pollinate ideas with like-minded Australian and overseas organisations whose focus is on the promotion of the comics art form. Consequently, we’ve formed professional friendships with two associations that can help comics creators achieve their goals.

The first is the Arts Law Centre of Australia, which is the national community legal centre for the arts. Established in 1983, it provides specialised legal and business advice, professional development resources, and advocacy for artists and arts organisations on a wide range of matters including contracts, copyright, defamation, business, and employment. Solicitor Jo Teng will speak about the how Arts Law can and has helped comics and graphic artists, the resources it provides, as well as a run-down of the most frequently asked questions, issues, and problems encountered by artists both in their practice and in fandom.

The second is the Australian Cartoonists’ Association (ACA), formerly known as the Australian Black and White Artists’ Club (ABWAC). It was formed in 1924 and is the world’s oldest professional cartoonist organisation. The ACA focuses on syndicated cartoons, copyright issues, public education and promotion to newspaper and magazine editors and publishers. Long time member and previous office holder Lindsay Foyle will talk about the comics format of comic / cartoon strips, and how the ACA offers professional development opportunities at its annual conference and the Stanley Awards—in particular the Award for Best Comic Book Artist. The ASA and the ACA will also highlight the new reciprocal membership benefits scheme that has been organised for members of each organisation.

About the Australian Society of Authors (ASA)
The ASA, which includes the Society of Book Illustrators (SOBI), is the peak professional association for Australian literary creators and has over 3000 members. The Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio was formed in mid 2007, to provide industry support to Australian artists and writers currently working in the comics medium and, in particular, the graphic novel format. The portfolio now has over 100 members.

About the Speakers

Jo Teng (Arts Law Centre)
Jo Teng is an intellectual property lawyer with the Arts Law Centre of Australia. She holds a Bachelor of Law and Arts from the University of Western Australia, and a Masters of Law at the University of New South Wales specialising in media, communications and technology law. She provides specialist legal advice on a range of issues from copyright to YouTube and has a particular interest for the Internet and its impact on the arts.

Lindsay Foyle (ACA)
Lindsay Foyle started as a copyboy on the Daily Telegraph in 1959 and has worked in journalism ever since. He has also worked at The Bulletin (as art director and deputy editor), The Australian, and many other magazines and newspapers. He joined the ACA (ABWAC) in 1970, is a past president, and has written on cartooning for over 25 years. He helped establish the ACA Stanley Awards in 1985 and, since 2008, has been working as a freelance cartoonist and author on the history of Australian cartooning.

SYDNEY ONLY

Date: Saturday 16 June 2012
Time: 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Venue*: Madman Anime Area, The Dome, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney.
Entry fee: There is no charge to attend the seminar. However, attendees must be exhibitors or hold a One Day Pass ($27.50 through FOXTIX or $30.00 at the door) or a Supafan Three Day Weekend Pass ($47.50 through FOXTIX or $55.00 at the door).
Bookings: FOXTIX BOOKINGS – 1300 111 369 or ticketsupport@foxtix.com.au or https://www.foxtix.com.au


* Please check the venue details in the printed Supanova event program (inserted in your show bag) in case of last minute venue changes.


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Re: ASA Comics/Graphic Novels Portfolio Meeting at SUPANOVA

Postby AndreiB on Tue Jun 05, 2012 12:52 pm

As someone who's a member of CAL for his 'other job' I have to urge everyone get a CAL membership immediately. There's nothing better than getting random $50 cheques in the mail because your work has been reproduced somewhere and CAL is looking out for you. Join CAL. Seriously!
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