Terms and Conditions:
1. The exhibition and competition are organised by the Board of Trustees of the Tate Gallery (“Tate”).
2. The closing date for all entries to this competition is 6 May 2012.
3. By submitting your high resolution photograph to Tate via email, flickr or post, you represent and warrant to Tate that your submitted image/artwork is an original photograph created by you or an ancestor of yours, free from any third party rights, in particular that under no circumstances does it constitute, whether entirely or in parts, any infringement upon the intellectual property rights or any other rights of third parties.
4. Further, by submitting your photograph to Tate, you provide Tate with a limited, non-exclusive, sub-licensable, worldwide, royalty-free licence (but not the obligation), which licence is effective for the duration of the Great British Art Debate project, until December 2012, to use, copy, modify, translate and/or adapt, distribute, publicly perform, publicly display by any means and in any media and create derivative works of, and copy, distribute, publicly perform and publicly display such derivative works of your photograph solely in connection with the inclusion of your photograph in activities related to, and the promotion of, the Family Matters Exhibition and the Great British Art Debate project, without any further notice or remuneration to you. The rights shall be applied to all existing or future media, and in particular all physical, optical, magnetic, analogical, digital and electronic media, including media such as hardcopies, magnetic tapes, floppy disks, CD-ROMs, DVD-ROMs, hard disks, computers and servers, the Internet, all private or public telecommunication networks, by cable, satellite, radio networks, etc. Please note that Tate can only use high-resolution versions of the photograph and any photographs submitted in low resolution format cannot be accepted by Tate. Further, Tate cannot return postal submissions.
Your photograph may be displayed on Tate’s website “Tate Online”, the Great British Art Debate website and/or at Tate Britain, with your name.
5. In the event that your submission to the Family Matters competition is selected by Tate as part of the final display, you give Tate a non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty free, irrevocable licence in perpetuity to use your photograph for the following purposes:
a. to use, copy, modify, translate and/or adapt, distribute, publicly perform, publicly display by any means and in any media and create derivative works of, and copy, download, distribute, publicly perform and publicly display such derivative works of your artwork and store your photograph in Tate’s online and offsite archive in relation to the Family Matters Exhibition and the Great British Art Debate project;
b. to display and/or sell your design on Tate Online or at/in Tate Britain in relation to the Family Matters Exhibition and the Great British Art Debate project; and
c. to download the high-resolution version of your photograph for the purposes of producing a poster and/or display in the gallery in relation to the Family Matters Exhibition and the Great British Art Debate project.
6. Tate shall not be obliged to display the photograph on Tate Online or in the exhibition and shall not be liable for any entrant’s loss of publicity or enhancement of reputation.
7. Tate reserves the right to cancel the Family Matters Exhibition and/or the Family Matters competition if deemed necessary at any stage.
8. The photographs for the final exhibition will be selected from the entrants by a panel of judges comprised of the Great British Art Debate team at Tate.
9. In the event that your photograph is selected as part of the final exhibition, it will be displayed, on Tate Online, and/or in Tate Britain along with the name you give us when you send the final work. Tate will contact the winner by 31 May 2012 via the e-mail address submitted with the photograph. Tate’s decision on the winning entry is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
11. This competition is not open to employees, freelance contractors or families of Tate, Tate Enterprises Limited or any person directly or indirectly involved with running the competition.
12. By submitting your design to Tate you are deemed to have accepted the above terms and conditions.