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Competition Rules

Terms and Conditions for #staticstilllife


  • You are the copyright holder of the work you submit
  • You have the permission of the copyright holder of the whole or parts of the artwork to submit this work
  • You allow BMT to use it online and on-site
  • You don’t submit anything nasty
  • You are over 16 years old

And the long version:

By submitting your work (‘Work’) for consideration for the Static Life campaign to the Birmingham Museums Trust (‘BMT’), you declare that it is your own original work, you are the sole owner of the rights in the Work, you have all the applicable permissions and licenses and have fulfilled any other relevant requirements necessary to provide any third party material in whatever format as part of the Work.

Nothing in the Work will infringe any right whatsoever of any third party (including the privacy or data protection rights of any person or be defamatory of any person).

Submitted Work must not contain anything that is defamatory, blasphemous or obscene, or unlawful in any other way.

BMT is not responsible for nor assumes any liability for the contents of third party websites.

All Work submitted to BMT for the Campaign may be displayed on BMT’s website and social media platforms and channels, and may be used online and offline to promote BMT’s projects and activities; all entrants give BMT non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty free, irrevocable licence in perpetuity to use their Work for such purposes.

BMT is not responsible for monitoring, verifying or disproving the identity of any contributor. Any opinions, statements and other third party content are those of the respective authors(s) or distributor(s) and not of BMT. BMT does not endorse any such opinion, statement or other material posted in any Work.

By submitting your work to BMT for the Campaign, you are deemed to have accepted the above terms and conditions.

For more information about read the #staticstilllife blog post