Brand awareness yarning service
Are you seeking an Aboriginal artist who can create a customised piece of artwork for a project, a RAP plan, brochure, working document, report, illustrations for a book or something else? Well, you have come to the right place.
When consulting with Yarli Creative there are some essential information required prior to providing a quotation.
A Creative brief including:
- the artwork requirement (what are you using it for),
- project outcome (who is your target audience?),
- licensing period (read more below) (how long will you require the use of the artwork for - please note extensions can be made to these after a term has ended),
- digital or acrylic on canvas (which medium would you prefer?)
If wanting a canvas and needing it for a document, we can include in the quote professional photography and professional reproduction files in vector format.
Once you have received and approved the quotation (that is deadly news for you and us). We will then book a Brand awareness yarn with you and any key stakeholders of the project to unpack and understand the vision in more depth. It is within this story telling experience the artist starts to visualise potential concepts for your project.
If you would like to learn more about how we can bring your vision to life, please email email@example.com
Licensing agreements are the preferred way in which Yarli Creative likes to work with organisations (unless it is a physical one-off piece), this is to ensure integrity of her Aboriginality and culture is adhered to.
Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) are protocols that consider the cultural heritage and that provide self-determination to ensure strong understandings of the vast history of First Nations peoples. ICIP ensures the integrity of First Nations heritage is maintained and passed on. When engaging Aboriginal peoples the sector must prioritise Indigenous values, voices and perspectives in relation to ICIP. ICIP protocols encourages an ethical, respectful and positive interaction, and ICIP safeguards Aboriginal people's rights to their culture and heritage. These protocols are applied to projects involving engagement and collaboration with Indigenous peoples and their ICIP to provide a framework and practical guidance for communication and interaction. As a result, organisations can engage with the cultural and intellectual property of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in an appropriate and respectful manner.