Georgie Cyrillo

NAVA seeks feedback on the use and impact of AI on artists’ practices

NAVA is conducting a survey in partnership with Arts Law and ASA on the use and impact of Artificial Intelligence on artists’ practices to help inform our contribution to discussions on proposed copyright changes.

An important message regarding changes to NAVA insurance

Changes are being made to NAVA’s Premium Plus insurance policy we hold with Local Community Insurance Services (LCIS) and QBE Insurance.

Code of Practice Environmental Sustainability Consultation

Graphic by Sarah Firth.

The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts resources and tools

The Centre for Sustainable Practice in the Arts offers resources and tools that aid the arts and culture sector in undertaking ecological responsibility. 

Green Music Australia resources

Green Music Australia has some great advice for artists, industry and event goers in creating a greener, safer future. 

Greener Live Performances through Energy Efficiency

Live Performance Australia is proud to announce the next phase of its environmental sustainability initiative, Greener Live Performances through Energy Efficiency.

Greening the Arts

Greening the Arts begins with think pieces on the changes needed in response to the condition and impact of climate change across the globe. The second section is a survey of sustainable arts practice, including examples of available tools on how to measure and reduce emissions.

Proposed changes to copyright laws pose threat to artists’ rights

NAVA concerned draft legislation may lead to increased instances of copyright infringement.

‘It’s our job to take risks’: Artists reflect on the climate crisis

NAVA asked several Members and visual artists to share their thoughts on making art in the context of a climate emergency.

Support Act Wellbeing Helpline

Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is a free, confidential 24/7 counselling service for anyone in the arts industries who need to talk about any aspect of their mental health.

The Support Act Wellbeing Helpline is 1800 959 500.