Media Consent Policy
The School of Hope
The School of Hope (TSoH) is a digital arts project for young creatives aged 13-25, exploring empathy.
During this project The Paper Birds will ask you to create your own artworks, in response to a programme of 5 digital workshops. Photos and/or film may be taken of you and your artworks as part of TSoH.
DESCRIPTION OF HOW & WHERE PHOTOS/ FILM WILL BE USED:
By The Paper Birds/ TSoH:
- Photos/Film of you and your artworks will be collated and stored on Dropbox by The Paper Birds in our internal folders. These folders will be shared with our TSoH Filmmaker and TSoH Documentary Filmmaker.
- All media is stored securely by The Paper Birds and our Filmmakers, and won’t be accessible to anyone who isn’t working on TSoH.
- Some Photos/Film of you and your artworks may be edited together into a short artistic film, capturing all our young creatives’ artistic responses to the project.
- Some Photos/Film of you and your artworks may be edited together into a short documentary about the project.
- Please note, it will not be possible to include everyone’s artworks in these 2 films.
- Photos/Films of you and your artworks may be used generally by The Paper Birds, both internally and externally to promote TSoH and the company’s work. This could be in, but is not limited to, print, and digitally, including print publications, websites, e-marketing, posters, banners, advertising, film, social media, teaching and research purposes.
- Both the short artistic film and short documentary film will be shared publicly. This could be in, but is not limited to, our website, live film screenings, digital film screenings, in press and media, at film festivals and events.
- TSoH acts as research for our future touring production Feel Me (working title). Some Photos/Film of you and your artworks may be featured in this production.
By project partners & funders:
- Some Photos/Film of you and your artworks may be used by our funders and projects partners as documentation of their involvement in TSoH.
- Our funders are: Arts Council England, British Council, The Rayne Foundation, The Garfield Weston Foundation, and the Charles S French Charitable Trust.
- Our UK project partners are: Mercury Theatre (Colchester), CAST in Doncaster, Sheffield Theatres, National Theatre (London) & Theatre Centre (London).
- Our international project partners are: Padepokan Seni Bagong Kussudiardja Foundation (Indonesia), Vancouver International Children’s Festival, Victoria Deluxe (Belgium) & Boom Arts (USA).
Photos/ Videos of you and your artworks of you will never be used for profit or be sold to anyone. They will only be used by The Paper Birds, our project partners, and our funders.
The Paper Birds is committed to processing information in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The personal data collected on this form will be held securely and will only be used for administrative purposes.
You have the right to request to see a copy of the information we hold about you and to request corrections or deletions of the information that is no longer required. You can ask The Paper Birds to stop using your images at any time, in which case it will not be used in future promotions but may continue to appear in promotions already in circulation.
You have the right to lodge a complaint against the company regarding data protection issues with the Information Commissioner’s Office (https://ico.org.uk/concerns/).
If you have any questions relating to this consent form or the way we are planning to use your information please contact The Paper Birds’ Producer: Katie Webster email@example.com
If you have any questions relating to data protection please contact The Paper Birds’ Marketing and Audience Development Manager: Justine Watkins-Fife firstname.lastname@example.org