Copyright Policy

TGA respects the intellectual property of others and expects other to do the same. The works of TGA is protected is protected

in accordance with the 'Copyright, Designs and Patent Act 1988'. 

Economic Rights

TGA has exclusive rights to authorise or prohibit reproduction or distribution of works.


TGA prohibits copying a work in anyway. For example photocopying, scanning or reproducing a printed page or artwork.


TGA prohibits issuing copies of work to the public.

Communication to the public

TGA prohibits communication of work to the public by electronic transmission and/or resale.

Moral Rights

The works of TGA have been created with a lot of emotion and has a very special connection to every piece. As a result there they are protected by moral rights.

The right to attribution

TGA has the right to be recognised as the author of a work.

The right to object to derogatory treatment of a work

Derogatory treatment is defined as any addition, deletion, alteration to or adaptation of a work that amounts to a distortion or mutilation of the work, or is otherwise prejudicial to the honour or reputation of the author.

The right to object to false attribution

This is the right not to be named as the author of a work TGA did not create.. 

The right to privacy of certain photographs and films

This right enables someone who has commissioned artwork for private and domestic purposes to prevent it from being made available or exhibited to the public.