NATIONAL GROWTH Law 27.067 National Institute of Graphic Arts. Creation. National Graphic Arts. Promotion, Promotion, Protection and Dissemination. Sanctioned: December 10, 2014 Cast: January 09, 2015
The Senate and Chamber of Deputies of the Argentine Nation assembled in Congress, etc. sanction with force ARTICLE 1 — Object.
This Act aims to promote, promote, protect and disseminate national graphic arts. ARTICLE 2 Definition.
For the purposes of this law, artistic execution is understood by graphic arts in the following disciplines:
(a) The illustration;
(b) The humorous and caricature drawing;
(c) The humorous and dramatic comic;
(d) The typographical art. ARTICLE 3 — Creation.
Créase the National Institute of Graphic Arts (INAG), within the Ministry of Culture of the Nation. ARTICLE 4 Functions.
The National Institute of Graphic Arts, as the governing body for the promotion, promotion, preservation, archive and dissemination of Argentine graphic arts, has the following functions:
(a) Promote, promote and stimulate the development of the graphic arts throughout the territory of the Argentine Republic through the various tools available in the present law;
(b) Promote the editing of books, magazines and publications that are promoted by graphic artists, in paper format and in digital support;
(c) To promote the preservation of the historical heritage generated by graphic artists;
(d) Custody, exhibit and understand in the acquisition of original works and significant collections of national graphic heritage;
(e) Preserving donations of works and collections of individuals, public or private institutions;
(f) Conduct permanent, special and itinerant exhibitions of Argentine or foreign graphic artists;
(g) Encourage teaching and contribute to the training and improvement of graphic artists in all their expressions and specialties;
(h) Generate curricula and research projects on graphic arts in general and national in particular, by itself or through agreements with recognized institutions of experience;
(i) To conclude agreements and agreements leading to the implementation of the objectives of this Act. ARTICLE 5 — Functional structure.
The National Institute of Graphic Arts is led by a director, in collaboration with an Advisory Council, which is governed by the provisions of this Act, and other rules applicable to it in accordance with its object and functions. ARTICLE 6 Director.
The candidate for director must demonstrate professional qualifications and backgrounds in graphic arts and cultural management, and is appointed and removed by the national executive branch. It lasts for the term of four (4) years, being able to be appointed by a new (1) period. During the exercise of its mandate, it cannot hold other positions in the national, provincial or municipal State, and neither in representative entities of graphic or related artists. ARTICLE 7 Functions.
The Director of the National Institute of Graphic Arts will have the following functions:
(a) Develop an Annual Plan of Action and Budget of the National Institute of Graphic Arts, together with the Advisory Council;
(b) Manage, perceive and manage the budget and income that it could obtain for all purposes, as well as administer the assets of the institute;
(c) To implement promotional measures to develop the activity of graphic artists, in their cultural, artistic, technical, industrial and commercial aspects, and to this end to sponsor contests, to establish awards, to award scholarships for study and research and all actions leading to their work;
(d) To promote the formation of a archive and documentation centre, with the aim of safeguarding and publicizing the heritage of the different graphic arts of the country and integrating the information with other similar archives and documentation centres, of Argentina and abroad;
(e) Promote the dissemination and display of works by national graphic artists abroad;
(f) Manage and update the Single Register of Graphic Artists, Groups, and Related Associations, which is created by Article 10 of this Law;
(g) To advise other State agencies on matters involving the activity of the graphic arts;
(h) To prepare an annual report on the actions implemented to achieve the implementation of the objectives set out in this Act, to submit it to the Advisory Council and to raise it to the Ministry of Culture of the Nation. ARTICLE 8 — Advisory Council.
The Advisory Council is chaired by the director of the National Institute of Graphic Arts, and is composed of five (5) members appointed by the National Executive, who remain in office for two (2) years, renewable for the same term. To know:
One (1) representative of the Ministry of Culture of the Nation.
One (1) representative of the Federal Council for Culture.
Two (2) members on the proposal of the group of representative entities of graphic artists or of those with the greatest number of associates.
A (1) member of accredited trajectory in the area of research of the graphic arts.
The members of the Advisory Council exercise their ad honorem functions and the costs required for their role will be funded by the National Institute of Graphic Arts. ARTICLE 9 — Functions.
The Advisory Council has the following functions:
(a) Collaborate with the director of the National Institute for Graphic Arts in the design and implementation of the annual plan of action and the overall budget of the Institute;
(b) To advise the director of the National Institute of Graphic Arts on all actions aimed at meeting the objectives of this law;
(c) To propose to the director of the National Institute of Graphic Arts the conduct of activities, homages, exhibitions, and other actions that they deem to be conducive;
(d) Analyse the annual management report prepared by the director of the National Institute of Graphic Arts and make such comments as he deems to be conducive. ARTICLE 10. - Unique Registry of Graphic Artists, Groups and Related Associations.
Créase the Unique Registry of Graphic Artists, Groups and Related Associations, within the scope of the National Institute of Graphic Arts, in which graphic artists, groupings and related associations should be registered, in order to ensure their full participation in the various activities that take place in their field.
The registration of graphic artists will be made by means of an affidavit on their status, without any other requirement. Such groups and associations may be registered by accrediting their legal status and complying with the other requirements established by the regulation. ARTICLE 11. - Budget.
The budget of the National Institute of Graphic Arts will be made up of the funds that are determined annually in the National Budget. ARTICLE 12. - Media participation.
The audio-visual media that includes Radio and Televisión Argentina Sociedad del Estado must broadcast and disseminate the activities, the exhibition agendas and any other activity carried out by the Instituto Nacional de las Artes Gráficas, and the aforementioned contents are of public interest. ARTICLE 13. - Regulation.
This law shall be regulated by the national executive branch within 90 days of its promulgation. ARTICLE 14. -
Contact the national executive branch.
DADA IN THE SESSION OF THE ARGENTINE CONGRESS, IN GOOD AIRES, TO THE TWENTY DAYS OF THE YEAR TWO MIL CATORCE.
— REGISTRED BAJO #27,067 —
JULIAN A. DOMINGUEZ. - JUAN H. STRADA. - Lucas Chedrese. - Juan C. Marino.