Become a member or supporter
All individuals/organisations wishing to become members or supporters of the Indigenous Art Code must complete an application form. This can either be submitted online or by downloading a membership application form (see below) and emailing the completed form and any supporting documentation to firstname.lastname@example.org. before completing your application form, please read the Indigenous Art Code (click here to read the Code).
The information and documentation requested during the application process is collected to assist the Directors in determining whether you meet any eligibility criteria for your membership category and whether your conduct is likely to be consistent with the purpose and requirements of the Code.
Your responses to the questions in this form will be confidential and viewed only by Code employees and Directors. All questions within the application must be answered in detail by the applicant in order to be considered for membership. Failure to provide sufficient information will result in delays in processing your application.
There are three ways to be part of the Indigenous Art Code Limited (IartC):
(Including art centres)
Dealer Members are organisations and individuals who are engaged in commercial trade with Indigenous artists. These Members are signatories to the Code and must adhere to the Code’s requirements in conducting business. They must also respect the rules set out in the company constitution.
indigenous artist members
Indigenous Artist Members are Indigenous artists who wish to be informed and involved in IartC. They are not bound by the Code but as Members, must abide by the rules set out in IartC’s constitution. There are no membership fees applicable for this category of membership.
Code Supporters are people and organisations who support the Code and its principles but are not involved in commercial trade with Indigenous artists. This could include collectors, individual philanthropists, galleries and museums. They are not bound by the Code but must support and promote the ethical principles of the Code and abide by the rules set out in the IartC’s constitution.