Humanity Inspired Project – Terms and Conditions as at 30-04-2020

Overview

  1. The within terms and conditions (the “Terms and Conditions”) relate to an art project entitled “Humanity Inspires” (the “Project”) which Sacha Jafri, Atlantis Dubai, Unicef, Global Gifts and DANA Holdings and their respective licensees, assigns, parents, affiliates and/or subsidiary companies (the “Project Sponsors”) intends to run during 2020/2021 and from which the Project Sponsors shall select an unspecified number of works to be included in the final art work and exhibited at locations and times to be confirmed by the Project Sponsors (the “Exhibition”).
  2. By entering this competition, (the “Artist”) accepts these terms and conditions as set out hereinafter and the entrant further accepts that the terms and conditions of this Project may be altered, amended, varied or otherwise modified by the Project Sponsors at any time up to and including the final determination of the Project and that such alteration, amendment or variation may be made orally or in writing and at all times the terms and conditions are at the sole discretion of the Project Sponsors.
  3. The Project is open to all children worldwide under the age of 18 years old on 16th August 2020 and entries are permitted from the following geographical regions: Europe, North America, South America, Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Oceania.
  4. Call for artwork submissions shall open at 5pm on, 3rd May 2020 and shall close at 5pm on Sunday 31st August, 2020. Entries received after this date and time shall not be considered for entry under any circumstances. The Project Sponsors reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to extend the closing date of artwork submissions for a reasonable period of time and where so extend the date upon which the Project Sponsors decide to be the subsequent closing date shall be the closing date for the purposes of these terms and conditions.
  5. In order to enter The Project, all entrants shall complete an online application form (the “Entry Form”) and follow all directions therein. All fields on the Entry Form are mandatory except the submission of a photo of the artist.
  6. The submitted entry (the “Work”) must be original and created by the specified individual. The Work will be submitted via the Entry Form by a guardian of the child (“The Guardian”). The Guardian can be a parent, grand parent, sibling, friend or legal guardian as long as they are over 18 years of age.
  7. By entering the Project, The Guardian will confirm that the Artists agree to be bound by these Conditions of Entry.
  8. Guardians and Artists are reminded that all work submitted must conform to all health and safety standards and regulations.
  9. By completing the Entry Form, the Guardian agrees to the Project Sponors collecting, retaining, processing, or otherwise utilising the Guardians and or Artists personal information solely for the purposes of processing the Artist’s entry to the competition, the promotion and administration of the competition and the creation of the exhibition. The Guardians or Artists personal information will not be shared with third parties or otherwise processes for alternative purposes without the Guardians consent. In addtion you consent to the right for The Project and Project Sponsors to use The Artists name, age and gender, country of residence and/or image for the purpose of identifying the Artist as the author of the entry and promotion of the Project.
  10. Without prejudice to the within terms, the company recognises that the copyright in all works created by the Artist remains with the Artist, however it is a necessary condition of entry, and by so entering, the Guardian on behalf of Artist hereby agrees to grant all necessary rights licences, approvals and authorisations to the Project Sponors to include, inter alia, the Artist’s work in any footage recorded or captured during the Project / Exhibition, including the right to use such images for the promotion of the Project, exhibiting the work publically, referring to the work on digital platforms in the control of the Project Sponsors, its affiliates or subsidiaries or parents, and for the avoidance of doubt, the Artist hereby grants the company with a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty free licence to use and publish such footage or materials obtained or others materials in electronic format for purposes connected solely with the competition. Where further consent is necessary from the Guardian of the Artist, it shall not be unreasonably withheld.
  11. The company shall be at liberty to assign or licence their rights in such footage or other materials without the prior consent of the Artist and the Artist hereby agrees to forego all injunctive or other legal remedies with the intent of restraining the use by the company of all footage or material obtained, in any jurisdiction. The Artist is hereby notified of its entitlement to obtain independent legal advice prior to the entry of this Project, whether the Artist choses avail of such The Artist hereby waives (i) all moral rights as may exist in any footage or imagery or other materials obtained that contain the Artist’s work under the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act or 1988 (as amended) and (ii) all such equivalent or commensurate rights as may exist in any other jurisdiction worldwide. The Artist furthermore agrees to not permit, or cause to be instituted, legal proceedings in any jurisdiction any claim regarding any infringement of moral (or commensurate rights), or claim regarding any alleged derogatory treatment of the Artist’s work. advice or not.
  12. In accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 (and all other relevant Data Protection legislation as may be enacted from time to time) , the Project Sponsors will hold the personal data and imagery of artists supplied on the Entry Form securely. The data and imagery will only be used in the process of administering the Project and will not be transferred to any third party not directly involved in this Project.