Image courtesy NAVA’s #FairPayForArtists campaign. Image supplied.
Last week the National Association for Visual Artists (NAVA) released its new recommendations for standard pay and wages, hooking the campaign on the quintessential Aussie saying ‘a fair go’.
The peak visual arts organisation last published a charter of recommended fees in 2017. It noted that the ‘scales of fees and wages for public art, special purpose commissioning, loan fees and arts workers’ salaries initially set out in this Code [of Practice] in the 2004 edition have had an annual CPI increase of 3% applied.