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1 1 CARFAC EXHIBITION FEE SCHEDULE 2005 Introduction An artist-run organization founded in 1968 by artists for artists, CARFAC (Canadian Artists Representation / le Front des artistes canadiens) is the federally certified representative of professional visual and media artists in Canada. As such, CARFAC is obligated to represent the interests of all visual/media artists in Canada and to establish the standards and fee scales within this sector. CARFAC s founding principle and continued area of concern is that artists, like professionals in other fields, be paid fairly for their creative output and services. At its 2004 Annual General Meeting, CARFAC passed this new exhibition fee schedule to be effective January 1, It also adopted the Policy Guideline Fee Schedule for the years 2006 through to 2010, to establish the goals for fee increases over that period. Fee increases will be reviewed annually and approved by the CARFAC membership. The following text explains the new categories and rates of exhibition fees. Contact information: CARFAC National, 2 Daly Avenue, Suite 250, Ottawa, ON, K1N 6E2 T F TF E W CARCC (Canadian Artists Representation Copyright Collective Inc.) 109A Fourth Ave., Ottawa, ON K1S 2L3 T F TF E W

2 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS CARFAC Fee Structures to A. Exhibition Fee Schedule A.1 Solo Exhibitions A.2 Touring Exhibitions A.3 Group Exhibitions A.4 Permanent Collection Exhibitions 9-10 A.5 Performance..11 A.6 Video and Film..11 B. Exhibition-related Fees B.1 Exhibitions in Other Public Places..12 B.2 Exhibition of a Reproduction B.3 Creation of a Work in Public.12 B.4 Other Professional Fees C. Reproduction Fees..13 C.1 Internet Reproduction C.2 Theatre and Film 15 C.3 Television and Video. 15 C.4 Projection.. 16 C.5 Exhibition Catalogues.. 17 C.6 Books C.7 Magazines C.8 Brochures C.9 Posters C.10 DVD/CD ROM C.11 Cards...20 C.12 Objects bearing Reproductions...20 The Future 21 Policy Guideline Fee Schedule.. 22 INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY The intangible, as opposed to the physical, aspects of an artistic work are an artist s intellectual property (IP). The Canadian Copyright Act protects copyright, one area covered by intellectual property laws. Copyright is automatic upon the creation of a work, and the Act gives the artist the right to benefit financially from the use of his or her work. In Canada, copyright accords the artist the rights to approve use, to specify terms of use, and to receive compensation for: Exhibition Rights the public exhibition of work, including permanent collections. This right does not include the exhibition of works for sale or rent. Reproduction Rights the reproducing of a work, or a substantial part thereof, into any other material form, including digital or electronic. Reprography Rights the reproduction of a work by photocopy or other duplication, a right that is managed collectively. Telecommunication Rights the transmission or retransmission of a work by radio or television, via cable, satellite, wire, and so on. Moral Rights are non-economic rights and held only by the creator. They protect the artist s reputation through rights of Paternity, Integrity and Association.

3 3 CARFAC Fee Structure to 2004 Since 1968 and approximately every two years, CARFAC has issued its exhibition fee schedules. These schedules were developed from rates established by Jack Chambers and Tony Urquhart in They were updated through negotiation and usage, and reflect increases in the cost of living. All fees were considered minimum payments for the use of the copyrights and/or the professional services of visual/media artists. The payment of the Exhibition Right for the public exhibition of artistic production became part of federal copyright law in This exhibition fee is payment for the use of work created after June 7, 1988 in an exhibition in a public space where the gallery receives public funds. The exhibition fee only applies when the artwork shown is not being actively presented for sale. When art works created after June 7, 1988 in a gallery s permanent collection are exhibited, a copyright exhibition fee is required to be paid. Copyright fees and royalties are subject to GST. The GST is not included in the listed fees. CARFAC Exhibition Fee Schedule 2005 Guiding Principles This revised fee schedule is conceived with several principles in mind: To increase exhibition fee rates substantially, to improve artists livelihoods, to work towards a living income for artists. To recognize that the present fee schedule is an accepted structure and that changes to it must be incremental, to respect the budgets of exhibiting institutions. That a new schedule be structured to reflect the differences in size and operating budgets of various art institutions, as well as the variations in scope of exhibitions.

4 4 Structural Modifications Recognising the size of a museum or gallery In CARFAC s discussions with artists and institutions, it has been agreed that the new fee schedule must reflect the fact that there are institutions of different sizes and means in Canada. Operating budgets are a matter of public record, and provide a convenient indicator of the size of an exhibiting institution. In the new fee schedule, the size categories have intentionally been made broad, except in the lower ranges where it is evident that galleries have less ability to absorb increases. o Standard galleries Galleries 1 For galleries with operating budgets up to $50K, rates have been decreased. Galleries 2 - For galleries with operating budgets over $50K and up to $100K the solo exhibition rate is increased by 5% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. Galleries 3 - For galleries with operating budgets over $100K and up to $150K the solo exhibition rate is increased by 10% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. Galleries 4 - For galleries with operating budgets over $150K and up to $200K the solo exhibition rate is increased by 15% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. o Medium-sized galleries o Galleries 5 - For galleries with operating budgets over $200K and up to $250K the solo exhibition rate is increased by 20% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. Galleries 6 For institutions with operating budgets over $250K and up to $500K, the solo exhibition rate is increased by 25% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. Galleries 7 - For institutions with operating budgets over $500K and up to $750K, the solo exhibition rate is increased by 30% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. Galleries 8 - For institutions with operating budgets over $750K and up to $1M, the solo exhibition rate is increased by 35% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate.

5 5 Major galleries Galleries 9 - For institutions with operating budgets over $1M and up to $3M, the solo exhibition rate is increased by 40% over the 2004 CARFAC base rate. Galleries 10 - For institutions with operating budgets over $3M and up to$5m the solo exhibition rate is increased by 40% over the 2004 CARFAC National base rate. Galleries 11 - The top category for large museums is reserved for those with operating budgets over $5M. CARFAC recognizes that these institutions operate many different services and support large collections with purchases, education programs and conservation. Yet these institutions still depend on the artist, the creator for their core programming, and it is imperative that the living artist be recognized financially for his or her contribution to the operation of these major museums. The fee increase is 50% over the 2004 CARFAC National base rate. o International Exhibitions A fourth institutional category is included, reflecting the international categories on the 2004 schedule. This category is reserved for international exhibitions that are funded by multiple major funding bodies and/or sponsors, which may or may not include museums. The International category includes two sections: International I this category includes exhibitions held in cultural centres, embassies or other locations under the auspices of a federal agency. The fee is an increase of 40% over the 2004 CARFAC National / International B rate. International II this category includes major international exhibitions, such as international biennials or surveys, where the artist is selected to represent Canada and which are funded by several funding bodies and/or sponsors. The 2005 fee for these exhibitions is increased by 20% over the 2004 CARFAC International A rate. Recognising the scope of an exhibition The basis of the fee schedule is the listed solo exhibition fee. A solo exhibition, for the purposes of the fee schedule, is defined as an exhibition that features a body of work by a single artist that spans less than 10 years of his or her production. Many types of exhibitions vary from this norm. Retrospectives, group shows, small projects,

6 6 or installations, for example, have different parameters and costs, as do touring exhibitions in which costs are shared. A percentage calculation has been adopted for these different types of exhibitions. As for the duration of exhibitions, all exhibition rates generally apply to exhibitions of up to three months duration. For longer exhibitions, the fees are pro-rated on a monthly basis. o o o o o o For group exhibitions with a local focus that include up to 4 artists, the rate is the solo exhibition rate divided by the number of artists. For exhibitions with 5 or more artists with 3 or more works each in the show, each artist is to receive 20% of the listed solo exhibition rate (equal to the Single Work Rate). For exhibitions with 5 or more artists showing less than three works each, the rate is 10% of the solo rate per work (equal to half the Single Work Rate per work.) The total fee for a group exhibition must equal or surpass the solo rate. A group exhibition is termed major when it is a survey exhibition or an annual or biennial show that is regional or national in scope and the rates are increased by 15%. For retrospectives, or solo exhibitions that feature more than 10 years of an artist s production, the rate is the listed solo rate plus 25% for galleries in the major categories (9-11). For galleries in the medium categories (5-8) the rate is the solo rate plus 15%; for galleries in the standard categories (1-4), the rate is the solo rate plus 10%. For projects, small exhibitions, or installations exhibitions with a very narrow focus on a small body of work and occupying one room or a single space - the rate is the listed solo rate minus 15% for all categories. The single works category applies to specific cases of exhibition of single works, such as very small sites associated with artist-run galleries or the like, such as windows or foyers. It also serves as a benchmark for calculating permanent collection exhibition fees, and performance presentations. The rate for such exhibitions is 20% of the appropriate solo rate. For touring exhibitions, the rate for the originating gallery is 100% of the appropriate rate whether solo, group, etc. For each additional venue, the rate is 50% of that venue s appropriate exhibition fee. CARCC Licensing: Administration fees of $25 for artist-run centres and institutions in the Galleries 1-4 categories, and $100 for all others, are added to the fees listed. Exhibition fees are subject to GST.

7 7 A.1 CARFAC Solo Exhibition Fee Schedule Effective January 1, 2005 Exhibiting Institution Categories Exhibiting Institution Operating Budget % inc. for Retrospective Project Single Work International + 25% N/A N/A International II Multiple funders 20% 10,246 12,300 15,400 N/A N/A International I Embassies, etc. 40% 2,362 3,300 4,150 N/A N/A Major Galleries + 25% - 15% - 80% Galleries 11 Over $5M 50% 2,362 3,500 4,400 3, Galleries 10 Over $3M, up to $5M 40% 2,362 3,300 4,150 2, Galleries 9 Over $1M, up to $3M 40% 1,297 1,800 2,250 1, Medium Galleries + 15% - 15% - 80% Galleries 8 Over $750K, up to $1M 35% 1,297 1,750 2,000 1, Galleries 7 Over $500K, up to $750K 30% 1,297 1,700 1,950 1, Galleries 6 Over $250K, up to $500K 25% 1,297 1,650 1,900 1, Galleries 5 Over $200K, up to $250K 20% 1,297 1,550 1,800 1, Standard Galleries + 10% - 15% - 80% Galleries 4 Over $150K, up to $200K 15% 1,297 1,500 1,650 1, Galleries 3 Over $100K, up to $150K 10% 1,297 1,450 1,600 1, Galleries 2 Over $50K, up to $100K 5% 1,297 1,350 1,500 1, Galleries 1 Up to $50K 1,

8 8 NOTES TO THE CARFAC EXHIBITION FEE SCHEDULE 2005: Note A Calculations: The rates are calculated as a percentage increase rounded to the nearest $50. Note B Standard solo exhibitions: This category includes exhibitions dedicated to a single artist featuring a body of work that spans less than 10 years of his or her production. Note C Retrospectives: This category includes exhibitions dedicated to a single artist featuring works drawn from more than 10 years of his or her production. For major galleries (9-11), the retrospective rate is the listed solo rate plus 25%. For medium galleries (5-8), the retrospective rate is the listed solo rate plus 15%, for standard galleries (1-4) the retrospective rate is the listed solo rate plus 10%. Note D Projects: This category includes small exhibitions, projects, installations, or exhibitions with a very narrow focus on a small body of work and occupying one room or a single space. The rate is the listed solo rate minus 15%. Note E - Single Work Rate: This category applies to specific cases of exhibition of single works, such as very small sites associated with artistrun galleries or the like, such as windows or foyers. It also serves as a benchmark for calculating permanent collection exhibition fees, and performance presentations. The rate for such exhibitions is 20% of the appropriate solo rate. Note F International categories: International I includes exhibitions held in embassies or cultural centres organized under the auspices of a federal agency. International II includes exhibitions with several funding bodies and/or sponsors, like international biennials or surveys, where the artist is selected to represent Canada. A.2 Touring Exhibitions For the originating gallery the rate is 100% of the appropriate exhibition rate for the gallery s size and the scope of the exhibition (whether solo, group, etc.). For each additional venue, the rate is 50% of that venue s appropriate exhibition fee.

9 9 A.3 Group Exhibitions For group exhibitions with a local focus that include up to 4 artists, the rate is the solo exhibition rate divided by the number of artists. For exhibitions with 5 or more artists with 3 or more works each in the show, each artist is to receive 20% of the listed solo exhibition rate (equal to the Single Work Rate). For exhibitions with 5 or more artists showing less than three works each, the rate is 10% of the solo rate per work (equal to half the Single Work Rate per work.) The total fee for a group exhibition must equal or surpass the solo rate. Major Group Exhibitions: Major group exhibitions include survey exhibitions, annuals or biennials that are regional, national, or international in scope. The rate for these exhibitions is the appropriate solo rate plus 15%, divided by the number of artists, for exhibitions with up to 4 artists. For exhibitions with 5 or more artists, each showing 3 or more works, each artist is to receive 20% of the appropriate solo exhibition rate plus 15%. For exhibitions with 5 or more artists, each showing less than 3 works, the rate is 10% of the solo exhibition rate plus 15% per work. Regions are defined as: Atlantic (PEI, NS, NB, NL); Quebec; Ontario; Prairies and North (MB, SK, AB, NWT, NU; and Pacific (BC, YK). A.4 Permanent Collection Exhibition Fees Permanent Collection Exhibition Fees are calculated using the Single Work rate as a base for works under $10,000 in value. For works above $10,000 in value, the fee is calculated on a percentage basis. Rates apply to both purchased and donated works created after June 7, Fees are one-time for a ten-year licence. Fees are for exhibition at the owner s premises only. Temporary exhibition fees apply to any touring exhibition or loan for exhibition. Where a large number of works are purchased at one time from the same artist, a percentage reduction of the total fees may be considered. Where a portfolio or series of prints is purchased, one print can be licensed provided that only one print is exhibited at any one time at the owner s location. When more than one is exhibited, Temporary Exhibition Fees at the appropriate Window rate applies to each extra print exhibited.

10 10 Permanent Collection Exhibition Fees Exhibiting Institution Categories Exhibiting Institution Operating Budget Works up to $5K value Works over $5K, up to $10K Works over $10K value Major Galleries - 50% SWR Single work rate % of value Galleries 11 + Corporate Over $5M % Galleries 10 Over $3M, up to $5M % Galleries 9 Over $1M, up to $3M 175 Medium Galleries Galleries 8 Over $750K, up to $1M 175 Galleries 7 Over $500K, up to $750K Galleries 6 Over $250K, up to $500K Galleries 5 Over $200K, up to $250K Standard Galleries Galleries 4 Over $150K, up to 150 $200K Galleries 3 Over $100K, up to 150 $150K Galleries 2 Over $50K, up to 150 $100K Galleries 1 Up to $50K % 350 5% 350 5% 350 5% 300 3% 300 3% 300 3% 300 3% 100 3%

11 11 A.5 Performance Presentation Fees Festival: A single performance within a curated, ongoing showcase or event. The fee for a first performance is equivalent to the Single Work Rate appropriate to the organizing institution, with a fee of 30% of the appropriate Single Work Rate added for each additional performance. Cabaret: Works under 15 minutes in length in a setting of multiple performances in a single evening, with single ticket prices. The fee is equivalent to 50% of the Single Work Rate appropriate to the organizing institution. Fees do not include general equipment (i.e. lights, projectors, video, audio) that should be provided by the gallery / host. Special equipment integral to the work is the responsibility of the artist. Fees do not include artists travel costs. Fees are per performance. Additional performances are of the same work at the same venue or project. For major solo performances and / or the inclusion of performance artworks in exhibitions, use Exhibition Fee Schedule. A.6 Video and Film Presentations The fees for the presentation of works in Video and Film remain the same as those published in the 2004 CARFAC Fee Schedule. Research into the revision of these fees is underway and they will be revised in the 2006 Fee Schedule. Fees do not include equipment rental or other presentation costs. Multiple screening: if over 25 days, add a dubbing fee of $63. For inclusion of video or film artworks in exhibitions, use exhibition fee schedules, and add the appropriate dubbing fee. Screening: Single Multiple Each additional month Works to 15 min. in length Works min. in length Works min. in length

12 12 B Exhibition-related Fees Exhibition-related fees remain the same as those published in the 2004 CARFAC Fee Schedule. Research into the revision of these fees is underway and they will be revised in the 2006 Fee Schedule. B.1 Exhibitions in Other Public Places Rates are applicable only to exhibition in a location (i.e. public business or institution, hotel, restaurant, etc.) where the mandate or activity of the business or organization does not include the exhibition of visual art works. Related reproductions: see the relevant category of the reproduction fee schedule. Each exhibition may be up to three months in duration. For each additional month or portion thereof, add 10%. For exhibitions under 10 days in duration, fees are 25% of those listed. Per artist, per exhibition Exhibition under 10 days Solo artists artists or more artists B.2 Exhibition of a Reproduction When a reproduction of an original work, and not the original work, is exhibited. Temporary exhibition, up to three months 113 per work Permanent exhibition, up to 5 years 212 per work B.3 Creation of a Work in Public When a Work is created in public, the organizer of the event must include in the amount of compensation to the artist: Relevant exhibition fees. An appropriate professional fee that considers time and other requirements such as materials or travel.

13 13 B.4 Other Professional Fees Presentation and consultation fees are not copyright fees, but they are often part of an exhibition project and apply to the compensation of the artist. The following are recommended rates. Presentation / consultation Per day, over 4 hours 305 Presentation / consultation Per half day, under 4 hours 161 C Reproductions Please note that Reproduction Fees have not been revised for Theatre, Film, TV, Video, Internet and Projection Guidelines A Licence does not grant ownership to a Work or the various copyrights to a Work; it only entitles a User to reproduce or use a Work in a specified manner. Moral rights continue to protect the Work from association with an unapproved cause or product, and from unapproved alteration or distortion (including overprinting & cropping). The Artist must be identified with the Work. Rates given include a licensing administration fee of 10%. GST is not included in the listed fee. Fees do not include the actual cost of reproduction, rental fees, shipping costs, or insurance costs. Please contact CARCC for more information. Definitions BACKGROUND: background use of a Work (i.e. as a prop). CHARACTER: Where the Work adds character to a scene and is featured in part or in whole. PRINCIPLE: Where the Work is featured prominently and/or solely, or where the Work is referred to in script, action or dialogue. PROJECTION: slide, transparency, digital, or other similar projection of an original work. Does not apply to works that are conceived by an artist as a projection and are original works in that format.

14 14 C.1 Reproduction on the Internet Presentation of a Work on the Internet is considered a digital reproduction and electronic publication of the Work. Internet use is necessarily world-wide. The licence requires specifics of digitization, data-base storage, and removal from the data-base upon termination of the licence. Fees are per year and per work. For shorter or longer period rates, call CARCC. Fees are for non-profit organizations that have a cultural or educational mandate. For all other users, except sites where the work is presented for sale or hire, the rates are doubled. When Works are presented for sale or hire, no fee is charged. The number of works is calculated on the total number of visual artworks licensed on one site. Rates given include a licensing administration fee of 10%. Number of works Fee per work

15 15 C.2 Reproduction in Theatre and Film Rates: single production only, per work, per 5 year period Rates given include a licensing administration fee of 10% These rates are for dramatic-type productions only; they do not apply to advertising commercials. Non-profit rates are 50% of those listed below. For mid-range rates and advertising rates, please call CARCC. 1-4 works (per work) 50 + works (per work) Background Character Principle C.3 REPRODUCTION IN: TV - VIDEO Rates: single production only, per work, per 5 year period Rates given include a licensing administration fee of 10%. Non-profit rates are 50% of those listed. 1-4 works (per work) 50 + works (per work) Background Character Principle

16 16 C.4 Reproduction by Projection For the projection of slides, transparencies, or digital formats of an original work not for original projection works. Fees do not include costs of materials. Fees are per slide, etc. and include a licensing administration fee of 10%. Non-profit rates are 50% of those listed. # of slides, per work Single use months One year Each additional month, add 5%. Print Reproduction Guideline Permissions entitle the User to reproduce a Work in a specified manner only with no transfer of ownership of Work or copyright. Moral rights continue to protect the Work and the Artist. The Artist must be identified with the Work. Fees do not include the costs of producing the reproduction. Rates given include licensing administration fee of 10%, and are subject to GST. EXHIBITION PROMOTIONAL MATERIALS: When items (except exhibition catalogues see C.5) are produced by a non-profit organization and are not offered for sale, the fee is $25 / image / support regardless of print-run with every third use free, if CARCC exhibition fees have been paid. Definitions NON-COMMERCIAL: the reproduction produced or the item bearing the reproduction is not for sale or hire or advertising. The fees are 50% of the commercial rates listed in the schedules. COMMERCIAL: includes any item or reproduction sold or used in advertising with the exception of items produced for exhibition promotion by a non-profit gallery or other non-profit exhibition organizer (see above).

17 17 C.5 Reproduction in Exhibition Catalogues Non-profit / non-commercial: rates are 50% of those listed. For non-profit galleries / exhibition organizers, catalogues that are offered for sale use non-commercial book rate in C.6 Rates given include a licensing administration fee of 10%. For rates between those listed, contact CARCC. Print run: up to over 150K Image size: Up to ¼ page Up to ½ page Up to full page Front cover C.6 Reproduction in Books Non-profit / non-commercial: rates are 50% of those listed. Rates include a licensing administration fee of 10%. For rates between those listed, contact CARCC. Print run: up to over 150K Image size: Up to ¼ page Up to ½ page Up to full page Front cover

18 18 C.7 Reproduction in Magazines Non-profit / non-commercial rates are 50% of those listed Includes newspapers, and periodicals, etc Rates include a licensing administration fee of 10%. For rates between those listed, contact CARCC. Print run: up to over 100K Image size: up to ¼ page up to ½ page up to full page front cover C.8 Reproduction in Brochures Non-profit / non-commercial rates are 50% of those listed. Includes annual reports, house organs, prospectuses, etc. For stationery, double the ¼ page rates. Rates include a licensing administration fee of 10%. For rates between those listed, contact CARCC. Print run: up to K-500K Image size: up to ¼ page up to ½ page up to full page front cover

19 19 C.9 Reproduction in Posters Includes posters, billboards, banners, signs, plaques, and so on, no advertising function. The rates are for such reproductions offered for sale. For reproductions distributed free of charge, the rates are 50% of those given below. For all advertising rates, please contact CARCC. Limited edition reproductions (often incorrectly referred to as limited edition prints) are calculated as a fee paid in advance based on rates given below plus a royalty of 10% of the retail value of the entire print run. See CARFAC advisory for print/reproduction standards and definitions. Rates are based on print run and total area of the support upon which the reproduction appears. For rates between those listed, please contact CARCC. Rates include a licensing administration fee of 10%. GST is added. Print run: Up to Over 25K Up to 600cm cm2-2400cm cm2-4000cm Over 60Kcm C.10 Reproduction in DVD, CD-ROM These rates apply to reproductions distributed by sale to the public and intended for private use. For rates falling between the categories, please contact CARCC. Rates include a licensing administration fee of 10%. GST is added. No. of DVDs, CD-ROMs produced (per work): Up to Over 100K No. of works

20 20 C.11 Reproduction in Cards Non-advertising rates for cards offered for sale are 10% of the retail value of the entire print run, payable in advance. Rates for cards offered for sale and used as advertising are 15% of the retail value of the entire print run, payable in advance. Please contact CARCC for other advertising rates. For exhibition promotion, the fee is $25 per image per support, when CARCC exhibition fees have been paid; each third use is free. Rates given include a licensing administration fee of 10%. GST is added. C.12 Objects Bearing Reproductions A broad category intended to cover a range of products that have reproductions printed on them, like T-shirts, puzzles, mugs, and so on. For objects with no advertising function, the rate is 10% of the retail price of the entire production run, payable in advance. For objects offered for sale and also having an advertising function (the work appears in conjunction with the name of the organization or product advertised) the rate is 15% of the retail price of the entire production run, payable in advance. Rates include a licensing administration fee of 10%. GST is added.

21 21 Future Directions Future annual increases for CARFAC exhibition fees will be more than the cost of living increase that has been levied in the past. Most collective bargaining aims for wage increases that surpass the cost of living, and the payment of artists should not be an exception. While the percentages in the upper categories may seem high (30-50%), there are two good reasons for this. Firstly, as already noted, all institutions paid roughly the same amounts under the old schedule and, secondly, the rates have not been reviewed or significantly increased for over 20 years. Given that artists are among the lowest paid workers in the country and that they have seen little increase over the years, the higher percentages seem more than justified. The long-term goal of these revisions of the fee schedule is to arrive at fees that contribute significantly to a living income for artists, and this can not be achieved in a single round of increases. The end product of these increases is simply to achieve a payment level roughly equal to what our peers who work in those institutions receive. If one considers the salaries earned by directors and curators of major institutions, for example, it is justified that the artists who are featured in those museums and galleries receive comparable levels of compensation, especially for projects that require huge investments of the artist s time and effort. The Policy Guideline Fee Schedule outlines the direction of annual fee increases to the year The amounts given are solo exhibition fee rates all other exhibition fees are calculated from this base. The Policy Guideline Fee Schedule was created for two reasons. First, the Policy Guideline Fee Schedule will give institutions adequate time to prepare for the increases. Second, it will allow CARFAC to review the progress of the increases and to consult its members annually on the direction of the fee schedule.

22 22 Policy Guideline Fee Schedule - Proposed Yearly Increases to the Solo Exhibition Fee to 2010* Exhibiting Institution Categories International Exhibiting Institution Operating Budget International II Multiple funders 14, ,700 21,250 25,500 30,600 International I Embassies, etc. 4,600 6,450 9,050 12,650 17,700 Major Galleries Galleries 11 Over $5M 5,300 8,000 12,000 17,900 26,900 Galleries 10 Over $3M, up to $5M 4,600 6,500 9,000 12, Galleries 9 Over $1M, up to $3M 2,550 3,550 5,000 6,900 9,750 Medium Galleries Galleries 8 Over $750K, up to $1M 2,350 3,200 4,300 5,800 7,850 Galleries 7 Over $500K, up to $750K 2,200 2,850 3,700 4,800 6,260 Galleries 6 Over $250K, up to $500K 2,000 2,550 3,150 3,950 4,950 Galleries 5 Over $200K, up to $250K 1,850 2,250 2,700 3,200 3,900 Standard Galleries Galleries 4 Over $150K, up to $200K 1,700 2,000 2,250 2,600 3,000 Galleries 3 Over $100K, up to $150K 1,550 1,700 1,900 2,100 2,300 Galleries 2 Over $50K, up to $100K 1,400 1,500 1,600 1,650 1,700 Galleries 1 Up to $50K ,000 * The yearly increases from 2006 to 2010 were approved as suggested increases in a policy document in Each annual increase will be reviewed and ratified by CARFAC members before becoming effective.

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