(1) You are a special professional if you are:
(a) the author of a literary, dramatic, musical or artistic work; or
Note: The expression "author" is a technical term from copyright law. In general, the "author" of a musical work is its composer and the "author" of an artistic work is the artist, sculptor or photographer who created it.
(b) the inventor of an invention; or
(c) a * performing artist; or
(d) a * production associate; or
(e) a * sportsperson.
(2) You are a performing artist if you exercise intellectual, artistic, musical, physical or other personal skills in the presence of an audience by performing or presenting:
(a) music; or
(b) a play; or
(c) dance; or
(d) an entertainment; or
(e) an address; or
(f) a display; or
(g) a promotional activity; or
(h) an exhibition; or
(i) any similar activity.
(3) You are also a performing artist if you perform or appear in or on a * film, tape, disc or television or radio broadcast.
(4) You are a production associate if you provide * artistic support for:
(a) an activity described in subsection (2); or
(b) the activity of making a * film, tape, disc or television or radio broadcast.
(5) You provide artistic support for an activity if:
(a) you provide services relating to the activity as:
(i) an art director; or
(ii) a choreographer; or
(iii) a costume designer; or
(iv) a director; or
(v) a director of photography; or
(vi) a film editor; or
(vii) a lighting designer; or
(viii) a musical director; or
(ix) a producer; or
(x) a production designer; or
(xi) a set designer; or
(b) you provide similar services relating to the activity.
(6) You are a sportsperson if you compete in a * sporting competition.
(7) A sporting competition is a sporting activity to the extent that:
(a) human beings are the only competitors in it, or it is one in which human beings:
(i) compete by riding animals or exercising other skills in relation to animals; or
(ii) compete by driving, piloting or crewing * motor vehicles, boats, aircraft or other forms of transport; or
(iii) compete with natural obstacles or natural forces, or by overcoming them; and
(b) participation in it by human competitors involves primarily their exercising physical prowess, physical strength or physical stamina.
(8) However, the participation:
(a) of a navigator in the activity of car rallying; or
(b) of a coxswain in the activity of rowing; or
(c) of a competitor in a similar role in some other activity;
need not involve primarily exercising physical prowess, physical strength or physical stamina for the activity to be a sporting competition .