Friends of Lee Point and PLan: the Planning Action Network Inc. (Promoter) invites eligible entrants to get creative and participate in the Lee Point Art Competition (LPAC).
Instructions and information on how to enter are part of these Conditions of Entry. Participation in the LPAC constitutes acceptance of these Conditions of Entry.
Entry is open to:
Under 19 years in the Territory in three age categories: under 8 years; 8 to under 14 years; and 14 to under 19 years. Entrants must enter in their relevant age category. Entrants must be the relevant age prior to the entry closing date of 8 April 2022 for the category in which they submit an entry. If a group is entering, the age category is defined by the oldest person of the group.
Peoples Choice Award: This is open to all ages and entries close mid May. Any artwork entered that has met these terms and conditions is eligible for this award – includes the three age categories above
Parent/Guardian consent on behalf of child
All entrants under 19 will need a parent, teacher or legal guardian (Guardian) to provide consent to participate in the LPAC. By entering the LPAC, the Guardian agrees to the terms and conditions of the LPAC and gives permission for the entrants to participate in the LPAC.
The entrant(s) full name is only to be published with the Guardian’s consent.
Entrants must submit:
- an original piece of artwork on: “What you like about Lee Point”
- a title; and
- a short statement of 25 words or less about the artwork and why Lee Point is important to Darwin.
- be the original work of the listed entrant or entrants (if entering as a group), and not of any other person;
- not be previously published artworks, or have been entered in any other competition;
- be related to the theme of the competition “What you like about Lee Point” as determined by the Promoter in its sole discretion;
- be uploaded via the online entry portal at https://saveleepoint.org.au/lee-point-art-competition/ and
- be authorised by a Guardian.
Subject to the judges’ discretion, prizes will be awarded to:
- the top entries in each of the three age categories – other prizes are subject to number of entries.
- the top school in each age category plus
- Most popular artwork in the LPAC as a People’s Choice Award
- The winners must possess the original piece of artwork in order to win a prize.
The Guardian of the prize winner(s) (and entrant if contact details given) will be notified of prize winners by email after judging in April. It is the Guardian’s responsibility to notify the Promoter if their contact details change during the LPAC period. The Guardian will need to confirm the entrant’s age and that the entrant did the artwork for the entrant/school to receive a prize.
The prize(s) will be given in the form of vouchers.
Entries, must be submitted via the online entry portal https://saveleepoint.org.au/lee-point-art-competition/ .
No entries for the three age categories will be accepted after the closing date, 8 April 2022 (midnight).
Entrants and their Guardians warrant and agree that they will not submit any content that:
- is unlawful or fraudulent;
- the Promoter may reasonably deem to be in breach of any intellectual property, privacy, or proprietary rights;
- is defamatory, obscene, derogatory, pornographic, sexually inappropriate, violent, abusive, harassing, threatening, objectionable with respect to race, religion, origin or gender; and
- is not suitable for children aged under 18, or otherwise unsuitable for publication.
The Promoter reserves the right to disqualify an entry which it considers (in its absolute discretion) does not comply with these Conditions of Entry. Incomplete entries will be deemed invalid.
The judging will take place in April 2022. Each entry will be individually judged based on its message, uniqueness and art characteristics.
The judges’ decision in relation to any aspect of the LPAC will be final and binding on every person who enters. No correspondence will be entered into.
If a prize is not claimed or the entry is deemed invalid, the Promoter reserves the right to award that prize to the next best entry, as determined by the judges.
Rights to artwork and publication of winners and privacy
By submitting an entry to the LPAC, each entrant assigns all rights in the entry to the Promoter and consents to the Promoter using the entry in any manner the Promoter wishes (including modifying, adapting or publishing the entry, whether in original or modified form, in whole or in part or not at all), by way of all media, without payment to the entrant (of royalties, compensation or otherwise).
Once an entry is submitted, no changes will be permitted.
The Guardian consents to the collection of entrants’ personal information for the purposes of participating in the LPAC, as outlined in these Terms and Conditions.
The Promoter is permitted to publish the name of the winning school(s) on their website(s) and social media. Entrant’s full name will only be published by the Promoter with Guardian consent.
The Promoter will not be liable for any loss (including but not limited to indirect or consequential loss), damage or personal injury which is suffered or sustained (including without limitation to that caused by any person’s negligence) relating to this LPAC or the awarding or taking of the prize(s) except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law (in which case liability is limited to the minimum amount allowable by law).