Any person who wishes to use the art boards must first submit a completed “Art Board User Agreement” Upon receipt, SPAN will provide written notification to the contact information provided to confirm receipt and convey permission to begin using the art boards. Use of the art boards is not permitted until the submitted agreement and notification of receipt are complete and received. Permissions are granted to the signed artist/user and will be effective for any public boards available and for as frequent use as is permitted by the guidelines until the end of the calendar year. If the art board user neglects these guidelines, then SPAN may rescind its permission in accordance with its grievance protocols.
a. All art board users must complete an agreement whether to gift the community with their artistic expression OR as an interested community member resetting (painting over) an artist’s work.
b. A group of artists requires a completed agreement for each participant.
c. Youth artists require a completed agreement that is also signed by a parent/guardian.
d. The agreement will expire on December 31st of the same calendar year as signed. A new agreement must be submitted to renew art board user permissions each new calendar year.
e. The agreement is essential to:
Acknowledge understanding of art board guidelines and promise to comply with the required terms and conditions of use.
Agree to use the art boards in a safe manner with respect for the art boards and the public properly, to accept the potential risks and to waive liability for any improper or unsafe use of the public art boards.
Agree to be open to put forth a sincere effort to achieve a constructive resolution of any grievance that may occur.
Convey understanding that artistic images on public art boards may be used for the purposes of promoting public art and local artists. With or without permission, the artist retains all rights to their artistic images.
Provide contact information.
Document parental/guardian permission and agreement as appropriate.