Residencies, Studios, Education and Workshops

Education and Workshops

Summary of Good Practice Recommendations

Organisations have a responsibility to:

  • pay artists according to Code (see Payment Standards), including for development, facilitation, time on site for program activities, meetings and events

  • ensure students and staff engage in pre-learning activities

  • supervise students and remain present throughout the program

  • support students, educators and artists in maintaining cultural safety

  • uphold Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property principles, see First Nations

  • respect intellectual property and moral rights of artists and students, regardless of age, see Intellectual Property

  • meet obligations in the areas of insurance (see Insurance), WHS (see Workplace Health and Safety) and accessibility, (see Access Rights for d/Deaf and Disabled People)

Artists have a responsibility to:

  • meet legal requirements for working with children, young people and vulnerable adults, including Working With Children Checks, Working With Vulnerable People and Police Checks

  • advise organisations of any access requirements

  • seek consent when photographing and/or filming children, young people or adults

  • maintain professional boundaries when working with children, young and vulnerable people

  • uphold Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property principles, see First Nations

  • respect intellectual property and moral rights of students, regardless of age, see Intellectual Property

  • meet obligations in the areas of insurance (see Insurance) and WHS, see Workplace Health and Safety

Written agreements should outline:

  • project aims and expected outcomes

  • responsibilities and expectations of each party, including any duties of conduct

  • remuneration arrangements

  • legal or conduct requirements

  • participant requirements, including accessibility requirements¬†

  • arrangements for future use of the program, including reimbursement of the artist/educator if they will not be involved

  • privacy and confidentiality arrangements for participants