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Most countries need some way of determining whether or not a person is a ‘professional’ artist for tax and benefit purposes. There is, however, little consistency in approach to definition. Some countries even have different definitions within their own jurisdictions. Moreover, there appears to be no comprehensive analysis of the impacts of different definitions.
The D’Art process was used by Professor Margaret Wyszomirski to uncover information for a paper that was presented to the American assembly for the Arts. Professor Wyszomirski’s paper reviews copyright agencies and systems in the USA, Australia, the UK, Ireland, Canada, and internationally. Wyszomirski finds that the digital era has increased both the complexity of and the necessity for effective rights management. The paper explores three main elements in rights management: type of right(s) involved; legal and/or technical devices employed; range of management tasks; and scope of administration in rights management.
Our members often face similar challenges. However, it can be difficult to know how others tackle common problems, or who is researching which issues. IFACCA minimises this information gap by utilising our unique network of more than 400 arts councils and culture agencies.