NAVA Code of Practice

The NAVA Code of Practice for the Professional Australian Visual Arts, Craft and Design Sector is the national best practice standard for the sector. It provides a set of practical and ethical guidelines for the conduct of business between art/craft/design practitioners and galleries, agents, dealers, retailers, buyers, sponsors and partners, commissioners, employers and the managers of residencies, workshops, competitions, prizes and awards.

The Code is an essential professional tool for the negotiation of contracts, agreements and entry conditions, and for the explanation of the business protocols and procedures of the visual arts, craft and design sector.

Chapter 6 is specifically a guide re fees and wages, but the whole document is very useful for artists.

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