Terms and Conditions of Entry to MADE IT 2022 – Graduate Open Call
These Terms and Conditions (“the Terms”) apply to your entry of one artwork (“the Work”) in Greater Manchester Arts Centre Ltd trading as HOME (“HOME”) MADE IT 2022 (“the Exhibition”)
The Exhibition will take place in HOME’s Granada Foundation Galleries from Sat 28th May – Sun 24th July
“You” and “Your” shall refer to the person submitting the Work. Please read these Terms carefully before completing Your entry form (“the Entry Form”) as they will form the contract between You and HOME.
MADE IT 2022 TERMS AND CONDITIONS
North West Graduate Art Prize
MADE IT is a showcase of North West graduates from the class of 2021/2022 taking place at HOME as part of Short Supply’s 22-23 programme ‘GOIN PLACES DOIN BITS’
If you have a visual impairment or difficulty reading/understanding these terms and conditions, please contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org / HOME equivalent for an audio version or to discuss your specific access requirements.
1.1 Artists applying must be graduating class of 2021 or 2022, either from a North West based university or now based locally in the North West having graduated elsewhere in the UK. We are accepting applications from both BA and MA graduates.
1.2 Artists may submit 1 work, with a maximum of 1 image per submission in 300 dpi 1×1 (square format) size. Please do not submit more than 1 piece of work as only 1 will be used and credited to you.
1.3 Every artist who applies within the deadline of 25/04/2022 will be featured in the showcase at HOME which will exhibit everybody’s work across indoor and outdoor billboards. Work will not be accepted if submitted outside of the given time frame 24/03/2022 – 25/04/2022.
1.4 We refuse to accept any work that is offensive or discriminatory, so please do not submit anything of this nature as it will not be included in the showcase.
Please consider these guidelines carefully when making your submission.
2. Entry Form
2.1 To make an entry for MADE IT 2022 you must complete our online application form found on the HOME website under, link here
2.2 You will be asked for your full name, email, eligibility (university graduated from, or current location now based in having graduated elsewhere in the uk) and website or social media handles. Everything but the website and social media handles is compulsory. You must provide your email as this is how we will contact you regarding your submission.
2.3 Once you have completed all parts of the form, please ensure you have fully read and understand the terms and conditions. You will be required to validate your understanding through a check box at the end of the form, and amendments to the form cannot be made once submitted.
2.4 Please ensure your images are in 300 dpi 1×1 (square format) size. This is the image that will be printed on the billboards and we will not be able to chase this up later, so it is your responsibility to ensure this is done correctly. Please only send images of the work you wish to be printed and credited to you on the billboard. If you encounter any issues with this part of the application please contact us via our email straight away. All submitted images must be titled appropriately, with your full name, work title and year made.
2.6 Once you have made your submission, you will receive an email confirmation via the email provided in the application form.
3.Intellectual Property Rights
3.1 By submitting a Work(s), You confirm that either You or the Artist hold all intellectual property rights in the Work(s) and that You or the Artist have obtained any third party consents required for the use of third party owned material contained in the Work(s).
3.2 By submitting a Work(s), You consent to Greater Manchester Arts Centre Limited Trading As HOME (“HOME”) and Short Supply for the following purposes:
3.2.1 taking an image of, filming or making available the whole or any part of the Work(s), including but not limited to the right to include the Work(s) in any broadcast (and rebroadcast) by any broadcaster (including the BBC) and any licensees of any broadcaster;
3.2.2 filming, broadcasting and/or reproducing the whole or any part of the Work(s) for archival, educational, publicity and marketing (including without limitation on the Website, Exhibition posters, leaflets, private view cards, postcards and all forms of social media), press, signage, gallery guide and for catalogue purposes;
3.2.3 and reproducing the whole or any part of the image(s) which You have supplied to us for the purposes set out above.
3.3 The consent set out in Clause 3.2 is irrevocable and given without payment of any fee or royalty and includes consent to make available the Work(s) in all media (including without limitation all forms of electronic and social media) for perpetuity and on a world-wide basis.
3.4 By submitting a Work(s), You agree that members of the public will be allowed to take photographs of the Work(s) (alone or in combination with other works) for personal and non-commercial use during the Exhibition period. HOME and Short Supply will not be responsible if any such images of the Work(s) are exploited commercially in violation of the permission given, and in such circumstances, it is up to the Artist and/or You to defend Your intellectual property rights in the Work(s).
4. Ownership and Submission of Work
4.1 You must ensure that each submitted Work(s) conforms to all applicable health and safety standards and regulations. You agree to indemnify HOME, its staff and visitors to the Exhibition for any loss, damage, cost or expense which results or arises from a breach of such standards and regulations.
4.2 By submitting Your Work(s), You confirm that the Work(s) is in a condition to withstand normal rigours of handling and display at HOME.
4.3 By submitting Your Work(s), You confirm that the Work(s) is free and clear of any liens, claims, encumbrances or restrictions, that the use of the Work(s) under these Terms will not infringe upon or violate the rights of any person or entity, and that to the best of Your knowledge and belief the Work(s) has not been exported from any country and shall not be imported into the United Kingdom in violation of any applicable laws or regulations.
4.4 If You do not own all of the rights, title and interest in and to the Work(s), You must expressly inform HOME in writing of all relevant details concerning all other third parties’ rights to the Work(s). You shall indemnify HOME against all losses, liabilities, costs and expenses in respect of claims made by third parties alleging partial or total ownership of the Work(s) or any rights in the Work(s), including intellectual property rights.
5.1 Successful entrants to the Made it 2022 will receive an invitation to the Exhibition Preview, which takes place in HOME’s Granada Foundation Galleries.
6. Limitation of Liability
6.1 Except as provided in this Clause 12, HOME shall have no liability to You or the Artist whatsoever for any loss of business or profits, loss or damage to reputation, or for any indirect or consequential loss or damage of whatever nature, howsoever caused, whether occurring in contract, tort (including negligence) or otherwise arising out of or in connection with the Exhibition.
7. Force Majeure
7.1 For the purposes of these Terms, a Force Majeure Event means an event beyond the reasonable control of HOME including but not limited to strikes, failure of a utility service or transport network, act of God, terrorism, war, riot, civil commotion, malicious damage, compliance with any law or governmental order, rule, regulation or direction, accident, breakdown of plant or machinery, fire, flood, storm or default of suppliers or subcontractors. HOME shall not be liable to You under these Terms as a result of a Force Majeure Event.
8.1 By submitting a Work(s), You agree that members of the public will be allowed to take photographs of the Work(s) (alone or in combination with other works) for personal and non-commercial use during the Exhibition period. HOME will not be responsible if any such images of the Work(s) are exploited commercially in violation of the permission given, and in such circumstances, it is up to the Artist and/or You to defend Your intellectual property rights in the Work(s).