Image reproduction

Image reproduction requests

TMAG encourages the reproduction of works from its collections for research and publication purposes, and invites requests for this service. We endeavour to process all requests within 14 28 days, however larger requests may take longer, particularly if new photography is necessary. 

Enquiries and requests for permission to reproduce works from the State Collection should be directed to:

Image and Copyright Coordinator
GPO Box 1164
Hobart Tasmania 7001
Australia
Phone: (03) 6211 4177
Fax: (03) 6211 4112
Email: tmagmail@tmag.tas.gov.au

Image and copyright requests
To request permission to reproduce items from the State Collection for publication purposes (both commercial and non-commercial) please complete and return the Publication Request Application form to the email, address or fax number above.

Approval is subject to certain Terms and Conditions which are available in the Terms and Conditions form.

Publication Request Application Form - PDF 103.KB

Terms and Conditions Form - PDF 249 KB

Fees and charges
Fees for the supply of photographic material and the subsequent reproduction of these works must be supplied when ordering.

Orders from Australian clients will be subject to the Goods and Services Tax (GST).  International orders are exempt from GST.

A tax invoice will be issued upon the completion of your order.  Please allow at least 2-4 weeks for processing.

Image Costing Guide - PDF 197 KB

Copyright
TMAG holds copyright for some material held in the collections, however, where copyright is not held by TMAG, it is the clients responsibility to obtain permission in writing.  This must be supplied in writing to TMAG before the release of the image.

Copyright fees may apply to outside material held with TMAG copyright and may incur additional fees to any other fees charged by TMAG.

Moral rights
Reproduction of works from TMAG's collections must be correctly and adequately acknowledged with captions provided by TMAG.  Works must be reproduced appropriately and with due consideration for the artist's honour and reputation. Further information regarding Australia' Moral Rights Legislation can be found at scaleplus.law.gov.au