C0mmitment of the artist
Following his/her acceptance, each artist member of the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog must commit to the following rules:
3.1 The artist engages himself to give at least four (4) hours of volunteer work to the organization.
3.2 The artist sells art works in his exhibition site that are consistent with those that have been presented and accepted by the Selection Committee. The artist sells or exhibits original art works, neither copies nor counterfeits of art works already existing.
3.3 The artist installs himself the signs provided by the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog following a deposit of $30 redeemable upon return of the signs in good condition. Artists are required to use only the official signs of the Circuit provided by the latter.
3.4 The artist must expose an art work at the collective exhibition and, if sold, donate 25% of the sale’s price to the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog.
3.5 The artist must be present at his/her exhibition site during the opening hours of the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog, from 10 am to 5 pm.
3.6 The artist must sell at least two booklets of 25 raffle tickets, source of funding for the activities of the Circuit des arts Memohrémagog.
3.7 The artist agrees that his/her name, address, phone number, e-mail, personal photographs and art works can be used for publication or activities selected by the organizers to promote the event.
3.8 The artist pledges to not carry out any expenses in the name of the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog.
3.9 The artist pledges to respect the work of the other participants of the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog.
Additional clauses: In order to fulfill its responsabilities, the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog must apply the following rules:
A) During the Circuit, an artist may be expelled if he/she exhibits, sells or publicizes at his/her site the art work of another artist who has not been approved by the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog.
(B) It is forbidden for an artist to use the name of the Circuit des arts Memphrémagog for his/her own personal advertising and to do the promotion of the Circuit without the prior authorization of the Board of Administrators, which is entirely responsible for promoting the event.