The entrant must be the original author of the work entered as described
in the Copyright Act 1994. Entrants may use another agency in the realisation of the work.
(For example, photographs processed by a professional laboratory are acceptable whereas
photographs taken by another person are not.)
Entrants must have permission from the legal copyright owner of the work
entered and where applicable have permission from the licensor to enter the material.
Copyright in the work remains with the copyright holder and approval for entry and use
in the competition or event is the responsibility of the entrant.
3. REPRODUCTION RIGHTS:
Organisers will only reproduce prize-winning entries in newspapers, magazines, television and internet contexts that specifically advertise,
promote, acknowledge or celebrate the event, for a period of two years from closing date for entries.
Any other use will be negotiated with the copyright holder and agreed in writing. More
4. MORAL RIGHTS PROTECTION:
The organisers acknowledge
the moral rights provisions of the Copyright Act 1994, including the right to be identified as the
author of the work and the right to object to derogatory treatment of the work. To preserve the
artistic integrity of the entry, no work will be intentionally edited, altered, demeaned or misrepresented
in any way.
However, uncollected/non-returned work may be disposed
of. (See section 7) The authorship of the entrant will be clearly acknowledged in each case of use. More
5. MODEL & PROPERTY RELEASES
It is the entrant’s responsibility to obtain appropriate written
permission from people or owners of property that are identifiable in their work. The entrant must produce
evidence of that consent, to the organisers, if requested. More
details and forms
6. LIMIT OF LIABILITY
The entrant fully indemnifies the organisers against any claims
arising from the display or use of unaltered work as described herein and from the infringement of intellectual
property rights of any third party.
7. RETURN OF WORK
All entries must include suitable addressed packaging for the
return of work. A courier ticket or postage to cover cost of delivery must be included with the
entry form. All entries will be returned within xx days of the close of the competition/close
of the exhibition/announcement of the winners. Alternatively, work may be collected in person on (date)
and (time). No work maybe collected without identification and proof of ownership.Entries
not returned or collected will destroyed after (date). Organisers undertake not to keep, sell, auction,
give away or profit from uncollected work. More
All entries will be treated with care, but no responsibility will be accepted
in the case of loss or damage. Insurance is the entrant’s sole responsibility unless agreed
in writing with the organiser. More detail
The signed entry form confirms the entrant’s consent to these Terms
and Conditions. Entries submitted without a signed entry form will not be accepted. More