The purpose of keeping information about art enthusiasts is to keep you informed of courses, developments and special offers from St Ives School of Painting.
We guarantee your details will not be sold for commercial purposes, in particular to manufacturers or marketing companies for the purposes of creating mailing lists.
We will remove your name from the databases upon request.
We will only retain details for as long as they are useful for the School. All inactive records will be deleted after six years.
After six years we will retain booking history but this will not be attached to any personal details.
No credit or debit card information will be held by the School.
Newsletters sent by email by St Ives School of Painting will contain the means of allowing you to unsubscribe from that mailing list.
If you require clarification of any of these points, please telephone the School on +44 (0)1736 797180
St Ives School of Painting and the St Ives Art School are trading names of names of St Ives Art School, company no 7871063 registered in England, a company limited by guarantee, registered charity no 1146825, whose registered office is at Porthmeor Studios, Back Road West, St Ives, Cornwall, TR26 1NG.
All rights title and interest in any copyright that is created in any works by you whilst on a Course will vest in you upon creation but you hereby grant a licence of such copyright and the right to use such works and further your name and image in any photograph taken by us or on our behalf or supplied by you to us for advertising purposes including without limitation on our website and in our brochures.
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