RULES

  • Only work made since January 2019 is eligible for entry.
  • All work submitted must be available from the date of submission in 2020 and for the duration of exhibition and tour in 2020-2021.
  • Once submitted, no refunds, part or whole will be offered.

The applicant is responsible for ensuring their submitted work meets the following criteria:

  • Work should not exceed 2.4m in any dimension when framed.
  • Composite drawings must be presented within one frame.
  • All projections (including mirror plates, d-rings and picture wire) MUST be removed from frames before submission in order to protect other works.
  • Works that cannot be mirror plated must be accompanied by full installation instructions and, if selected, the artist may be required to provide suitable fixings.
  • Each drawing should be authenticated by the applicant in an appropriate place, i.e. signed and dated (on the reverse of the work or frame is acceptable).
  • Frames MUST be durable for handling and hanging purposes throughout the selection process, exhibition and tour. Perspex frames should be submitted in a packing case for protection during transportation and storage. Please note that clip-framed glass or metal frames are ineligible, as they are dangerous for our handling team.
  • Any unframed works submitted for consideration by the selection panel must be provided with adequate protective packaging and clear handling instructions for the selection process, exhibition and national tour.
  • Any three-dimensional works must comply with standard safety legislation.
  • All works should weigh less than 50kg.

CARE OF WORKS AND INSURANCE

All work selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize will be insured for each exhibition. Selected works will be insured to the value as indicated by the entrant in either the Sale Price or Insurance Value section on the Work Submission Form at the time of submission. If no value is entered in either of these sections on the Work Submission Form then the value of the work will be deemed to be nil. In the unlikely event of any claim on insurance being made, independent and verifiable insurance valuations will need to be provided.

DELICATE, FRAGILE OR UNFRAMED WORKS

If a fragile work is selected for exhibition, the applicant are required to provide additional packaging, framing, or other means, to enable the work to be stored and transported safely throughout the exhibition and national tour. Applicants are required to provide reusable packing cases to protect fragile or delicate works for exhibition and national tour.

For the protection of delicate frame surfaces, please stretch film wrap around the frame.

The Project Managers of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize reserve the right to refuse entry at any Collection Centre should the work be deemed too fragile for transportation and/or handling. However, acceptance of the work does not constitute responsibility for the work by the organisers of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize.

If particular handling instructions are required, please print these clearly and please include it with the artwork.

If a fragile work is selected for exhibition, the artist/maker may be required to provide additional packaging, framing, or other means, to enable the work to be stored and transported safely throughout the exhibition and national tour.

NOTIFICATION OF THE DECISION OF THE SELECTION PANEL

All entrants will be informed by email of the Selection Panel decisions by Friday 26 June 2020. The email will be from: tbwdp@parkerharris.co.uk.

If email notification has not been received by Monday 29 June 2020, please contact the Project Manager, Parker Harris: T: 020 3653 0896 or email: tbwdp@parkerharris.co.uk

The decision of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize Selection Panel is final and binding and no correspondence will be entered into.

Standard copyright practice is adhered to.

DATA PROTECTION

The organisers of the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawings Prize and the Project Managers hold personal data provided by entrants for the exhibition each year. This information will be used solely in conjunction with your entry for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Working Drawing Prize. If your work is accepted for the exhibition your personal data will be transferred to an archive for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize. Data pertaining to those whose work is not selected will be held for up to 12 months, after which this information will be destroyed. In registering, entrants agree that if selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize their contact details will be retained by the organisers of the Trinity Buoy Wharf and these may be added to the mailing lists for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize at University of Dundee, from which is it possible to unsubscribe at any time.

SALES OF WORK

For the purpose of the Work Submission Form the sale price should include 50% commission. If your work is accepted for the exhibition the Project Managers will confirm the sale price(s) and any applicable VAT with you. Please state the value of the work for insurance purposes if the work is not for sale.

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