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LOAN OF WORK

Newly created work must be available to tour until autumn 2020.

Standard copyright practice is adhered to. If awarded a Jerwood Makers Open award, images of selected makers and their work may be used for the promotion of the Jerwood Makers Open, Jerwood Visual Arts and the work of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation, in catalogues, advertising, press releases, annual reports, e-newsletters, online and in other publicity material. The copyright remains the property of the artists and all images will be credited to the artist.

SALES OF WORKS

Artwork on sale during the Jerwood Makers Open at Jerwood Space will be subject to a commission of 20% + VAT. When the exhibition is on tour, artwork sales will be subject to the host gallery’s commission.

INSURANCE

Jerwood Charitable Foundation will be responsible for ensuring that each exhibition venue provides insurance for any loss or damage to the work from its delivery to the exhibition venues until the work is returned to the artist.

DATA PROTECTION

The personal data you give us here will be used to process your application for Jerwood Makers Open by Jerwood Charitable Foundation and it will be shared with Parker Harris and members of the external selection panel. We will only contact you in connection to this application. Your personal data will be kept by Jerwood Charitable Foundation for up to 10 years and may be used for our own artist research evaluation, reporting and marketing analysis for our grant making activity. It will not be passed on to anyone else. If you want to be removed from our database you can do so by calling 020 7261 0279 or emailing Jon@jerwoodcharitablefoundation.org.

You will be asked to provide information through Artopps and to make a payment through Stripe who may also use your data according to their own privacy policies.

You have the right to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office should you wish to complain about how your information has been handled.

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