1. The proposals submitted must be entirely the entrant’s original idea and creation and they must not infringe someone else’s copyright or other intellectual property rights. The submission must be lawful, it must not be offensive, obscene, racist, insulting, discriminating or otherwise objectionable and it must not contain any form of advertising.

2. The competition shall open on 6 December 2018 and close on Monday 7 January at 5pm.

3. Only one entry per person is permitted. All applications must be made by submitting the online application form. Applications plus payment must be received by the closing date specified. No responsibility can be accepted for entries which are incomplete, delayed, damaged, wrongly delivered or not received for whatever reason.

4. By submitting an application, the entrant promises that all of the information comprised in the application is correct. The entrant also promises to comply with these rules and any other commission requirements specified.

5. Entrants grant Women Make Sculpture, theCoLAB and UCL the unrestricted right (without royalty) to reproduce images of submitted artworks in any publication in connection with Women Make Sculpture commission.

6. The names of the shorlisted artists will be published on websites, social media and elsewhere in connection to Women Make Sculpture commission.

7. The artist will be responsible for insuring the work until it is received on site and during its making on site where it is not covered by UCL’s policy. UCL will be responsible for insurance of artworks whilst onsite during installation and exhibition.

8. theCoLAB has a strictly limited budget to contribute to the transportation/installation of the commissioned work and for its de-installation and return to the artist’s studio and transport/installation should be accounted for in the artist’s budget.

9. During the creation process the artists will be expected to be available for monthly meetings in person or on the telephone and actively take part in the social media marketing campaign by supplying content for interviews, and where required video pieces.

10. The winner is expected to participate in a programme including the unveiling, an artist’s talk, a panel discussion/symposium and a session with current Slade sculpture students to be arranged.

11. The winner is expected to sign agreements governing the conditions applicable to the exhibition and theCoLAB reserves the right to remove the artist from the shortlist or withdraw the winner’s commission if the relevant agreement is not signed or if the agreement is breached.

12. In all matters arising in connection with the commission, the jury/theCoLAB’s decision shall be final.

13. TheCoLAB reserves the right to cancel this award or alter these rules if it considers that it has good reason to do so.

14. These rules are governed by English law and any disputes will be decided only by the courts of the United Kingdom.

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