Delwyn Everard is the Deputy Director of the Arts Law Centre of Australia, the national community legal centre for the arts. She is a passionate advocate for a society that promotes justice for artists and values their creative contribution. A major focus of her work is Arts Law’s specialized indigenous advocacy and advice service “Artists in the Black” which provides legal and business support to a wide range of artistic and cultural projects within Indigenous communities, assisting creators and arts organisations artists across all art forms. Delwyn believes that a vibrant and sustainable creative sector in Australia is central to the growth of a rich and diverse culture. At Arts Law she works to equip artists across the creative spectrum – whether as writers, filmmakers, visual artists, multimedia practitioners, performers, musicians or other creators – with the skills and knowledge to pursue their creative endeavours and protect their rights.