Robin Hood Open exhibition 2019


Entry Classes and Guidance Notes

Terms and Conditions

Awards and Acceptances

How To Enter

Exhibition Calendar:

Selectors:

The Organisers will decide the approximate number of acceptances to be made for each class. The selectors will score the entries until a satisfactory result is achieved.

Complaints Procedure:

General:

BPE Crown Awards

Correspondence and Enquiries:

The Robin Hood Exhibition Privacy Policy

The information that we will be collecting from entrants will be as follows:

We only collect the minimum amount of personal data in order to operate the The Robin Hood Exhibition. Your data is held for a period of five years after the results are published for the most recent exhibition you entered (or actively registered for). Your entry/image acceptance and award data (full name, photographic honours, photographic club (if any) and post town) are held until three years have elapsed after the Exhibition ceases to be a client of BrightImaging.

If at any point you wish all your data to be removed from The Robin Hood Exhibition and Bright Imaging you must do so through email to robinhood2019@photoexhib.co.uk and data@brightimaging.com. You will need to identify yourself adequately to make sure we remove the correct data.

BrightImaging Data Protection and Privacy Policy

Who is BrightImaging?

We own, design, develop and operate the PhotoExhib system which is used by Client organisations to manage their photographic exhibitions and competitions.

We take your privacy and data security very seriously. Please read the following policy carefully and only click the “Accept” button if you’re happy to do so.

What personal data do we collect and why?

The data we collect depends on the requirements of the Client photographic exhibition/competition. The Client in this case is Robin Hood Open exhibition 2019 .

The minimum data requirement is to collect:

Additional information collected could be:

We only collect the minimum amount of personal data in order to operate the Exhibition for our Client.

How do we get your personal data?

We get your personal data in one of these ways:

Who do we share your data with?

Unless required by law, your data is only shared with the organisers of the photographic exhibition/competition for which it was gathered.

How is your data managed?

Your data is held securely on databases accessible via industry-standard password protection. The databases and servers are physically located within the EU.

How is your data segregated?

Each Client organisation has a completely separate set of data from other Clients. There is no sharing of data between Clients. If you wish to register for and/or enter several exhibitions, you must register separately for each one.

How long is your data held for?

Your full registration data is held for a period of five years after the results are published for the most recent exhibition you entered (or actively registered for).

Your entry/image acceptance and award data (full name, photographic honours, photographic club (if any) and post town) are held until three years have elapsed after the Client ceases to be a client of BrightImaging.

Unsubscribing

If you’ve been pre-registered, having entered a previous exhibition with this Client, there will be an unsubscribe link at the bottom of the email(s) inviting you to enter,

If you’ve logged into the exhibition entry website, you will find an unsubscribe link on this Data Protection and Privacy Policy page, which may be accessed from the Registration page

Alternatively you may request to be unsubscribed from future correspondence by emailing either the Exhibition Organiser robinhood2019@photoexhib.co.uk, or data@brightimaging.com. You will need to identify yourself adequately to ensure that we remove the appropriate records.

If you request to be unsubscribed from an exhibition having entered it, you will be unsubscribed after the last communication related to the exhibition and your results have been sent.

Bear in mind that, as stated above, each Client organisation have completely separate sets of data. If you request to unsubscribe, you will be unsubscribing from this exhibition only - it will not affect your status with any other exhibition that you are registered with.