The latest DACS’ Annual Review shows a 42% increase in the number of artists benefiting from royalty payments in 2016, while the organisation says it has now distributed more than £100 million to artists and their estates since 1984.
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Artists whose work has been published in a UK book, magazine or TV programme are eligible for payment through the Design and Artists Copyright Society’s annual Payback scheme.
DACS has announced that a record 23,000 visual artists and artist estates have claimed almost £5 million through the Payback royalties scheme this year.
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DACS is calling on artists and estates to take part in a survey on the Artist’s Resale Right, following a call for evidence on its workings by the UK government.
The Design and Artists Copyright Society warns that artists could face a loss of income following changes to licensing mandates, and is urging artists to compete an online survey as part of its work to secure payments.
The Design and Artists Copyright Society’s Payback service is open for applications. Find out how visual artists can earn money from copyright protected artworks.
Sarah Burgess, David Cotterrell, Peter Hill and David Watson were amongst 186 AIR members who successfully claimed Payback in 2009, the first year that AIR has been a recognised collection agency for this scheme run by DACS – Design and Artists Copyright Society.