Art and social media law join

Louise AllinghamNorth West Telegraph
FORM invites the community to the Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery after dark.
Camera IconFORM invites the community to the Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery after dark. Credit: Louise Allingham|Pilbara News

FORM is continuing its Art After Dark series with a night of art, wine and cheese tomorrow night at the Port Hedland Courthouse Gallery.

Community members of all ages are invited to attend the free event to explore the gallery and meet new people in town while enjoying some delicious wine and cheese.

There will also be a webinar with not-for-profit organisation Arts Law about social media copyright infringement, how to protect your online content and what to do when copyright has been infringed.

Arts Law is an independent community legal centre that specialises in providing legal advice and information to Australian artists and arts organisations.

FORM program and gallery co-ordinator Katie Evans said the event was one not to be missed.

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“This session is a must to attend if you want to ensure you understand the legal side of harnessing social media to benefit you and how to protect your business,” she said.

The last Art After Dark event had more than 100 people enjoying the gallery space while local artist Melissa North completed an aerial painting that was auctioned off at the end of the night.

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