Exhibit or Publish the Graphic History Collective's Work!
The Graphic History Collective (GHC) is a volunteer-run non-profit arts collective. Though we receive some funding to produce our projects, many of the artists and writers with whom we work generously donate their time and labour. We often make our projects available for free for personal and educational and use; however, we believe that artists and writers should be adequately compensated for their work and share in profits from their work. We try to follow the guidelines and fee schedules established by the Canadian Artists’ Representation/Le Front des artistes canadiens (CARFAC).
GHC members believe education is an important tool, and we work to make our projects available to the public in a variety of settings and we understand that groups and organizations vary in terms of goals, needs, and access to resources. We are open to discussing how we can share our work in ways that work for all involved.
Let us know more about you and your plans:
Magazine, gallery, educational institute, publisher, union, bookfair, activist organization etc.
What is the status of your organization?
Non-Profit or Charity
Let us know about your ideas!
Is your organization able to pay CARFAC Fees?
The CARFAC minimum fee schedule is sort of like a minimum wage for artists. It sets minimum recommended rates for the use of artwork and certain services that visual artists provide. See more here:
No, but we can make a donation or discuss other arrangements
Timeline or Deadline
Is there a timeline or deadline for this?
Should we know anything else?
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