Terms and Conditions
Attendance to Art for Tomorrow is reserved exclusively to invited participants. Right of admission reserved. All registration fees must be paid in advance of the conference.
The registration fee includes attendance, meals, refreshments and other activities. The fee does not include hotel accommodation and travel to the event.
The conference organizers reserve the right to amend the program if necessary.
All cancellations must be submitted in writing to [email protected] Cancellations received on or before August 10, 2020 will be subject to a cancellation fee equal to 20% of the total amount paid. No refund will be given for cancellations received after August 10 2020.
In the unlikely event that Art for Tomorrow cancels the conference, your registration fee will be transferred to the rescheduled date or a refund will be issued for the amount paid. This policy will only apply to delegates who are registered for the conference at the time the conference is cancelled.
The conference organizers accept no responsibility for reimbursing expenses for airfare, hotel or other costs incurred by delegates.
We only collect, use, and process your personal information in accordance with actual data protection legislation. This includes but is not limited to the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 ("GDPR")and applicable national data protection legislation.
For the purposes of the GDPR we are the controller in respect of your personal data.
Your personal data are usually obtained directly from you. In this case, you provide your personal data on a voluntary basis. Specific cases of non-disclosure of personal data may affect the ability of Art for Tomorrow to properly provide services, or properly perform contractual obligations.
For what purposes are personal data processed?
Art for Tomorrow processes your personal data as needed for the following purposes: (i) Provision of services – this includes the delivery of digital content; (ii) Processing payments – this includes the maintenance of payments, together with payment processors; (iii) Marketing activities – this includes the delivery of personalized content, targeting of advertising or the sending of newsletters; (iv) Determination and enforcement of Art for Tomorrow‘s legal claims
The legal basis for processing your personal data
When providing services and processing payments, we are processing your personal data because it is necessary to do so for the performance of a contract to which you are party or in order to take steps at your request prior to entering into a contract. When conducting direct marketing we rely on the fact that it is in our legitimate interest to do so (as long as our activities comply with relevant ePrivacy laws, and as long as our legitimate interests are not overridden by yours). When determining or enforcing any legal claims we would process personal data on the basis that it would be in our legitimate interest to do so (as long as our legitimate interests were not overridden by yours).
What categories of personal data do we process?
Using the services provided by Art for Tomorrow may require the following data:
- Name, surname, job title, company and industry;
- Address, telephone number, and email;
- Payment details (payment card information);
- Your preferences and opinions on products and services;
- Your browsing activity on our websites.
When do we collect data?
All data that we receive is obtained directly or indirectly from you when you choose to use our services. This includes the following situations:
- When you subscribe to our newsletter;
- When you pay for or use our services;
- When you register to our events
- When you browse our website;
- When you share content from our website; or
- When you interact with us via social media platforms.
Who do we share personal data with
In order to provide you with the services you request, your personal data may be provided to: (i) Selected employees of Art for Tomorrow; (ii) Service providers – those ensuring provision of the services provided by Art for Tomorrow, in particular software services providers, marketing providers, customer service providers, and distributors of marketing and other materials such as newsletters, including employees of such entities; (iii) Tax advisors, professional advisers (e.g. auditors, lawyers), including employees of such entities; (iv) Entities providing payment services; (v) Social media providers – using the services of Art for Tomorrow together with a social network may require Art for Tomorrow to share your personal data with social media providers.
Information we do not track
We do not track or collect any sensitive information about you (known as "special categories of data" in the GDPR). This includes race, religion, ethnicity, and political opinion.
How long are your data retained?
We keep your data for the period of time necessary to fulfil the purposes of processing as defined above; however, this data will be erased, when you stop interacting with Art for Tomorrow (i.e. after delivery of a particular service) unless Art for Tomorrow has a legitimate interest in keeping the personal data longer (for example to protect Art for Tomorrow’s legal claims). This would be the case if Art for Tomorrow had a legal obligation to keep your data for a longer period of time (for example, based on applicable accounting rules), or in cases where applicable law obliges us to keep such records for a longer period.
Are your personal data secured?
We store electronic and in some cases physical copies of your personal data. In accordance with the requirements of GDPR, as well as best practices, we maintain security safeguards that protect your data. We strictly limit who is allowed to access the information and we keep this number to a minimum. In addition, we maintain physical and cyber safeguards, server protection devices, and software to minimize possible loss, misuse, or alteration of your data. Your personal data may be stored and processed in countries where Art for Tomorrow carries out business or where its service providers are located. These countries may apply different privacy rules than the European Union, or the European Economic Area (EEA). Art for Tomorrow has put in place appropriate contractual and other measures to protect your personal data when personal data are transferred to related parties or third parties located in other countries. In the case of cross-border transmission of data from the EEA to countries where the European Commission recognizes an insufficient level of protection of personal data, the controller ensures that those data recipients are bound by EU standard contractual clauses to protect your personal data.
What are your rights?
You have the following rights: (i) to access your personal data; (ii) to ask to have your personal data rectified, (iii)to ask for your data to be erased; (iv) to restrict its processing.; (v to object to the processing of your personal data processed with a legitimate interest, as well as against processing for marketing purposes. However, your rights to have your personal data erased or to restrict its processing or to object to its processing are applicable only if Art for Tomorrow is not required to process it on another legal basis (i.e. compliance with a legal obligation). If you wish to exercise your rights above or have any questions regarding the processing of your personal data, please contact the administrator by email at: [email protected] The information that Art for Tomorrow is required to provide to you regarding the processing of your personal data may change over time or become outdated. For this reason, Art for Tomorrow reserves the right to modify and change these conditions at any time.
These changes will be reflected in this statement, so you should check here regularly.
You also have the right to complain to a supervisory authority about the processing of your personal data. The supervisory authority for the UK is the Information Commissioner (www.ico.org.uk), whose contact details are
Information Commissioner's Office
Tel: 0303 123 1113