We know it is not the most 'sexy' part of being an artist but neither is being poor or sued. Don't fall into the trap of being the last one to know if something goes wrong: brush up on administrative and legal issues here.
Legal and administrative matters
Artists, Creative and Cultural Professions
for all sectors, photography, visual and graphic arts, music, webdesign, dance, media, performing arts
Level of experience
for all levels, Beginners, Intermediary, Experienced
As an entrepreneur, you always have certain responsibilities, rights and duties. One should be well aware of the risks and pitfalls involved here, yet avoid being scared to handle them. The aim of this training is to give a realistic view of an entrepreneur's responsibilities and legal duties; and to give an idea of where one can get help regarding legal questions and issues.
- Financial / fiscal laws;
- Starting ones' own business;
- Copyright, Authorship and Privacy;
- Protection of Minors / Duties of Supervision of Minors
Presentation by a trainer. Materials provided by trainer.
To introduce and discuss the most relevant administrative and legal issues concerning creative entrepreneurship.
Participants are aware of the basic administrative and legal requirements that they need to deal with as an artistic entrepreneur, and know how to either handle them or what to expect from an external service provider in this field.
you might need a projector or whiteboard and an extra room if you do one-on-one sessions.
Questionnaire to be filled out by the participants (given and collected at the end of the session)
To implement this module properly, involvement of experts (like freelance coaches who are very well informed about the national/regional legal framework, or lawyers specialised on artists) is highly recommended. When no dedicated experts are available, a very thorough preparation of this module is necessary.
Other related recommended resources
Will be provided during course.
up to 0
Past track experience
OrganisationStichting ROOTS & ROUTES Netherlands
under the project Routes to Employment
Download📎 Module PDF (0.11 MB)