Artist Contract

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The art consultant agreement contract sets out the terms of a client’s engagement with the consultant. Generally, consultant agreements specify what work will be done and the terms of the agreement between the client and the consultant.

Sections include:

  • Scope of Services (with descriptions of the various services)
  • Term and Performance
  • Compensation
  • IP protections
  • … and more
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Downloadable Artist Contract 

What is an Artist Contract?

An artist contract or art commission contract is an agreement between an art consultant and a client who wishes to use specific services of the consultant. This is done for a specified amount of time at a specified rate of compensation. This agreement is signed by both parties at the time of agreeing to the contract. The artist is able to specify what is included in the arrangement, fees and cost, in addition to limiting liability on themselves if the client does not hold up to their end of the contract.

How do I write an Artist Contract, is there a template?

You can use our available template to make your art commission contract with ease. This will ensure that you will have everything you need to be legally secure as you conduct your business. All you need to do is fill in the blank spaces with your contract information and present to your client. This contract covers everything from artist and client information, to project scope, and payment terms.

Are Art Commission Contracts legally binding?

As long as your art commission contract is a certified legal document, then it is legally binding. If you would like to ensure that your document is legitimate then choose one of our available documents. Each document is reviewed to ensure that you are purchasing a legally certified document.

What should be included in an Art Commission Contract?

Mainly what should be included in an art commission contract are the specified services from the consultant as well the rate of compensation and amount of time. There are four main categories in which you should consider including into your agreement:

  • Terms of the agreement
  • Compensation
  • Additional fees that may be added
  • Limiting the liability on you, as the artist/consultant

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