The South Australian Government is committed to upholding and promoting the rights of people to freedom in the practice of the arts, and to encouraging the involvement of young people and children in the arts, both as participants in the creative process and as members of an audience. However, underpinning this freedom in a civil society is the rule of law and the assumption that publicly-funded activity must abide by the law. Certain laws in South Australia impose limits and constraints designed to protect children from exploitation and harm. The Protocols for Working with Children in Art are designed to help artists and arts organisations understand their legal obligations and to establish responsible steps for artists when they involve children in the creation, exhibition or distribution of creative works. Further information is available from the Arts Law Centre of Australia in their information sheet Children in the creative process. Protocols for Working with Children in Art address the depiction of children in works, exhibitions and publications that are funded by Arts South Australia.
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