To enter, you must be:
(a) A human being; and (b) at least one day or over at the time of entry and (c) someone who likes art.
The competition is not open to employees (or members of their immediate families) of anyone related to the president of the United States or part of the current Whitehouse administration or any public position who are in denial that climate change is real.
Soul’D may cancel or amend the competition, competition information, or these terms and conditions without prior notice. Any changes will be posted either within the competition information or these terms and conditions.
All entries must be made using the form on the relevant competition page.
No responsibility can be accepted for entries that are lost or delayed, or which are not received for any reason.
The winner will be chosen at from all those entrants who have uploaded the correct number of images from the art jigsaw trail and sufficiently answered the question on what said entrant is doing to help the planet and will be at our discretion.
Only one entry per person
The winners will be selected based on their response to the environmental question and this will be announced on the winner’s promo night scheduled for 11th December. All entrants will be invited by email. This is to be confirmed by email.
If you win, we will notify you by e-mail even if you are at the event.
If you do not attend the event and we do not get a response to the email within two weeks, the prize will be offered to a runner-up.
If the runner up does not respond or is unable to accept the prize it will then be offered to another runner up, and so on.
Our decision will be final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
You can find out who has won a competition by looking at our Winners section of the gallery on the Sould-art.com website as long as they consent to that information being shared.
The prize is not exchangeable for cash or any other prize.
If, for any reason, an advertised prize is not available, we reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater value.
Incorrectly completed entries will be disqualified.
Your details will be collected via encrypted data solely for the purposes of this prize draw and future correspondence. However if you choose not to receive further information then your email address and personal details will be deleted once the winner/s have been notified.
This policy explains the way that I collect, use and protect your data as well as your choices with regard to your data. I’ve tried to be as clear as I can be and to avoid unnecessary rambling, while including all the relevant information – but please do email me at email@example.com if anything doesn’t make sense or needs further explanation.
The main points:
Our aims and duty of care
I recognise my duty of care with regards to your data and will always endeavour to do the right thing with the personal data you choose to share with me, including: not compromising your anonymity; protecting your privacy; storing your data securely and giving you control over your own data.
Your data - what we store and why
Soul’D will not store IP address, cookies, your device’s unique ID, page browsing history, ads you’ve viewed and clicked, searches you’ve made on site, or any enquiries you’ve made.
We will collect approximate location to check on your progress while completing the art trail, however this will be deleted once the competition has been drawn. We will store your email address and comments on work you are doing to help the planet and will delete these if you have not requested to receive further information on upcoming events and further art releases once the competition is over and winners advised. Please note that this information will not be shared with anyone and will not be visible to anyone via the website.
Posting on comments section
When uploading your form with the comments and images, you should bear in mind that if you include yourself in the last image upload, then you are agreeing to have your image posted up on the Soul’D gallery section of the website for other participants to view. Your image (if includes your personal image) will be visible while no other details will be viewable or shared with anyone. To opt out of this please do not include yourself in the photograph of the last puzzle tile and we will take that as you not consenting to publish you image in the gallery of participants.
How long is your data held
Any personal data you give us will be retained by us for as long you decide. You can opt out of email communication by unsubscribing via the section at the bottom of email notifications when they come out or via the website firstname.lastname@example.org. Competition entry data is held permanently unless you deregister or have opted out. There’s no one-size-fits-all time limit, but we regularly review the data we hold to ensure it is still necessary.
Where is your data stored
Your data is stored by our web hosting company Formstack. Unless you have turned cookies off, some data technology companies (such as Google etc) store your cookies; they do not have access to any personal information about you beyond your browsing habits.
Exceptional circumstances - safeguarding and official investigations
If there are obvious safeguarding reasons, or if we are contacted by the police about a possible breach of the law, we may share your personal information with public authorities without your permission. If we are compelled to do so by a court order, we will share your personal data to the extent specified in the order.
Complying with the law and best practice around data
The way we store and process data is compliant with the UK 1998 Data Protection Act, the 2018 EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and other relevant pieces of legislation. We always aim to comply both with the spirit as well as the letter of the law and to be responsible with your data.
If our data is compromised
If our security is breached, our data is compromised or if we fail to comply with the law, we will tell affected users as soon as we become aware of the failure. We will report any data breach to the Information Commissioner and, if appropriate, the police, in a timely fashion.