Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP) refers to the rights that First Nations people have, and want to have, to protect their traditional arts, heritage and culture, including communally owned cultural practices, traditional knowledge, and resources and knowledge systems developed by First Nations people as part of their First Nations identity.

Solid Lines projects will comply with this ICIP Policy.

Projects incorporating any ICIP into works such as (but not limited to) traditional and digital illustration, any further applications of traditional and digital illustration, and any other mediums yet to be created, may only be conducted if there is a written agreement in place with the relevant artist in relation to that project.

Artists participating in or assisting with any such projects must be provided with clear information in Plain English and (if reasonably necessary) in their traditional language about:

Artists have the following rights in relation to a project: