This Policy was last updated on 25 May 2018.
We are Barkingside Art Club LTD, in the rest of this document referred to as Barkingside Art Club. For more information visit: https://barkingsideartclub.com/about
Our company registration number is 10764647
How do we use your personal information?
Barkingside Art Club LTD is an organisation that provides art education to children, adults, schools, companies and groups. In order to provide the best experience for our customers – for example by providing updates, resources, events information and the ability to purchase products and services online – we collect personal data from site registrants.
If you provide your data and give us permission, we will use your data to maintain e-mail, telephone and offline contact with you. We may also ask your permission to allow our sponsors and advertisers to contact you about their products and services.
Your choices in how your data is used
You may opt out of receiving information from us by e-mail, telephone or post. To exercise your choices, indicate your wishes during account creation, unsubscribe using the link in our emails, and notify us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org .
How we use your consented photographs
Barkingside Art Club LTD asks for consent to photograph any attendees or members of the club’s events. This is done on our Registration Forms used during regular and one-off events.
Once you have given consent, you are welcome to withdraw your consent by notifying us at studio@barkingsideartclub . We can then remove any images which you would want removed.
We use your photographs for several reasons.
- Promotion. We use your photographs for promotional use of our club and events. These are used in various contexts such as on our website, social media, brochures, flyers and fundraising resources. Our aim is to promote inclusion and visual art.
- Sharing progress. Photographs are also posted on our social media accounts as attendees(and/or their guardians) have requested for us to do so to track the development of artwork.
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