Saturday Spring Sessions terms and conditions

Read our terms and conditions before participating in these online art sessions.

Council accepts no liability for any loss or damage caused as a result of your use of the Saturday Spring Sessions series.  

A recording of these online sessions will be published on Council’s Arts and Culture Facebook page (www.facebook.com/gleneiraarts). Please feel free to share, like, or leave a comment. You will also be invited to share any artwork you have created after watching the online class on Council’s Arts and Culture Facebook page.

If you do choose to comment or upload any photos of your work, please be mindful of the following:

  1. Council’s Facebook page is a public platform and your name and work will be publicly available for everyone to see.
  2. Council may also include images of your work and comments in future Council Gallery online exhibitions or special projects at some stage in the future. You consent to such use of your artwork and comments at no fee to Council. Council will acknowledge the creator of the work using the details on the relevant Facebook comment. If you would like to be acknowledged then please include your first name, otherwise Council will use the name of the person who leaves the comment.
  3. If you do not wish for your work or comment to be used for any Council gallery online exhibitions or special projects, or if you would like the creator of the work to be acknowledged in another way, please contact arts@gleneira.vic.gov.au.

Be mindful that you will be participating in the Series using third party services and platforms including Zoom, Youtube and Facebook, and your participation is subject to any relevant terms and conditions or usage guidelines for these services and platforms. Council has limited control over the functionality of these services, or how information is used and shared on these platforms. Council accepts no liability for any loss or damage caused by misuse of any third party service or platform used to conduct the Series.

Council is aware of third party services and platforms such as Facebook being used for scam activity. Council does not require payment or credit card details to participate in the iSEWlation events. If you receive a link to provide credit card details, please do not click the link, and if you are unsure whether a Council interaction is genuine, please contact us at 03 9524 3333 before proceeding.  If you feel that you may have been affected by a scam, you can take action to protect yourself by: immediately contacting your bank and canceling any affected credit cards (if relevant), reporting the scam at https://www.cyber.gov.au/acsc/report, or notifying the police.