Photography, Copyright and Reproduction of Works

 

Photography and Filming


Visitors

Visitors are permitted to take photographs with hand-held devices in non-restricted public areas within the Art Gallery of Western Australia for personal use only. The use of tripods, flash or additional lighting is not permitted. Images photographed under this policy cannot be reproduced, displayed on personal websites, or used commercially.

Some areas of the Gallery and/or some temporary exhibitions may, at various times, be excluded from this policy. These areas will display signage at the entrance of the exhibition or gallery space advising of the photography restrictions.

Media

Special consideration can be arranged for the use of tripods, flash or additional lighting for media purposes only. A request must be made and granted before such equipment can be used in any gallery spaces.

For permission regarding the use of photographic equipment or access by the media or film crews, please contact:

Tanya Sticca
Community Relations Coordinator, Media
Email: tanya.sticca@artgallery.wa.gov.au
Tel: +61 8 9492 6692

Copyright and the Reproduction of Works

If you wish to reproduce any works in the State Art Collection, housed by the Art Gallery of Western Australia, please contact our Registration Department.  We can supply you with the conditions and costs associated with your request and grant appropriate reproduction rights.

Complete and return the application form below:

Application to reproduce works of art



If you have any queries please contact:


Registration Department
Sophie Davidson
Art Gallery of Western Australia
PO Box 8363
Perth WA 6849
Email: sophie.davidson@artgallery.wa.gov.au
Tel: +61 8 9492 6640

Copyright is the responsibility of the Applicant. If the Art Gallery of Western Australia does not hold copyright, the applicant will be asked to provide a licence or written permission to reproduce from the copyright holder, prior to the supply of photographic material.

 

 

 

 

 

Last Reviewed 17 May 2013

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