Artmap Argyll will use your information to administer your membership, provide information and advice as requested by you and to help improve our support for members. We will not share your information with anyone without your permission.
Use of the site
These terms and conditions, as well as applicable laws, statutes, ordinances and regulations, govern your use of this site. By accessing this site, you agree to abide by the terms. We reserve the right to change these terms and conditions at any time. You are responsible for regularly reviewing these terms and conditions so that you will be apprised of any changes.
Your use of this web site is at your own risk. Artmap Argyll takes reasonable measures to protect the security of the web site and ensure that you have a quality experience using the site, for example by requiring strong passwords and regularly updating software, but we cannot be held responsible for damage or losses you may experience by using the web site.
All content of this web site is copyright of the original artist or Artmap Argyll. Except as specifically permitted in these terms and conditions, any copy, reproduction, display, performance or retransmission of the contents of this site is strictly prohibited. If you wish to use any of these materials, please contact the artist or Artmap Argyll to seek permission.
Anyone uploading images to the web site automatically grants Artmap Argyll a non-exclusive license to use the images on the web site, for the annual Open Studios event and for other events organised by Artmap Argyll for the benefit of members. Artmap Argyll will only use images for other purposes with the express permission of the artist.
The names, trade names and trademarks of third parties that appear on this site are proprietary to their respective owners and may be used only with their express written permission.
Artmap Argyll has an annual non-refundable membership fee that helps to cover the basic running costs such as the web site, insurance and admin.
There is an additional fee paid to take part in certain events, for example the annual open studios. These fees are also non-refundable, although in the event of cancellation of an event we may, as a good will gesture, be able to make a partial refund depending on how much expenditure has been incurred up to the point of cancellation.
Updated 28 February 2021