Thank you for submitting your entry to Toi o Te Tau Hou.
1.1 The art entered (“The Entry”) must be created for the Toi o te Tau Hou 2023 Exhibition.
1.2 The Entry must debut in the Toi o te Tau Hou Exhibition 2023
1.3 Entrants must submit 1-5 images of their practice via the online entry form.
1.4 Images must be high quality JPG file format 1-3MB and no smaller than 800px W × 600px H (the recommended size is 1280px W × 960px H).
1.5 At least one image must be of an entire work.
1.6 Entrants must upload a link to a video/audio work (e.g., on YouTube or Vimeo). The video must convey your particular form of creative practice. (e.g., visual art, performance.)
1.7 Entries must be received by 5pm 1 June 2022.
2.1 Te Ohu Whakaita reserves the right to appoint and contribute to a selection committee who will select all/any works to be exhibited.
2.2 The selection committee decision is final.
2.3 Once an entrant is notified of their acceptance into the selection process, entrants will not be in communication with Te Ohu Whakaita or the selection committee regarding their entry.
2.4 Twenty Successful entrants (“The Artists”) will be notified that their work has been selected for Toi o te Tau Hou in the week beginning Monday 13 June 2022.
2.5 Final selection will be on the condition that the Artist’s signs an “Artist Agreement“ with Te Ohu Whakaita.
3.1 Entrants may not publicly share any images of their art entry for Toi o te Tau Hou until after the selection process is complete.
4. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
4.1 Entrants reserve the rights to the intellectual property of their original artwork.
5.1. Te Ohu Whakaita may terminate the contract if the Artist breaches any of the Terms and Conditions of this Agreement.
A breach may include:
Not completing the project on the due date May 01 2023.
Missing an arranged media interview.
Bringing disrepute against Te Ohu Whakaita Trust or Toi Te Tau Hou.
Where the agreement is terminated the artist will refund the Koha to Te Ohu Whakaita Trust.
Te Ohu Whakaita (“TOW”) enters into an agreement with the artist (“The Artist”) under the terms and conditions set out in this agreement.
1. ART WORK
1.1 The Art entry (“The Entry”) must be created for, and first viewed in Toi o te Tau Hou 2023, (“The Exhibition”).
1.2 The Entry must not have been previously exhibited, displayed or presented.
1.3 The Artist will be given reasonable time to create the Entry for the online gallery in 2023.
1.4 The Artist will provide a statement of no more than 150-word which describes the intention, inspiration and process that informs the Entry.
1.5 The Artist will provide text which describes how their practice responds to the Maramataka or explores Matariki. (“The Text”). The Text will be the final and definitive statement about the Entry and will not be added to by the entrant.
1.6 Te Ohu Whakaita reserves the right to edit the Text for grammatical errors or to require the artist to make a change if the Text is unclear.
1.7 The Entry in its entirety will be exhibited online in perpetuity, as part of the Exhibition.
1.8 No component of the Entry may be removed or altered online, even if the physical work is subsequently sold, or is toured.
2.1 The Artist will receive koha towards making new work /piece.
2.2 Artists in the Tuakana category will receive $3000.00
2.3 Artists in the Teina category will receive $1000.00
2.4 Artists will receive the Koha in two payments. The first payment will be on July 10 2022. The second payment will be on June 01 2023.
3.1 Artists may not publicly share any images of their work in progress for the project until after the exhibition opening ceremony in June 2023.
3.2 All correspondence between the Artists and Mr Kharl WiRepa or Te Ohu Whakaita is private and confidential and will not be shared with third parties.
3.3 Te Ohu Whakaita will not release any information supplied by an entrant to a third party without the prior permission of the entrant. Submitting your entry gives Te Ohu Whakaita your permission to supply your name and contact details to the media to promote the exhibition if you are selected as a participant.
4.1 Artists will make themselves available for marketing and promotion.
4.2 Artists will be prepared to be filmed for the on-line exhibition.
4.3 Artists will make themselves available for photography and media interviews at a time required by the media.
4.4 Artists will schedule time with a videographer who will document some part of your creative process.
5. PROJECT LAUNCH
5.1 Artists will attend the project launch 24th June 2022.
5.2 Dates, location, and form of the Exhibition opening function are subject to change.
5.3 Te Ohu Whakaita will notify Artisits of any changes to dates, location and form of the Exhibition via email.
6. SALE OF ENTRY
6.1 After the online gallery has been launched an Entry may be offered for sale.
6.2 Artists will determine the sale price for the Entry.
6.3 Te Ohu Whakaita will receive a commission of 30% on all works sold plus 15% GST on the 30% commission = 36% total commission.
6.4 It is the Artists responsibility to make their dealer or agent aware of their entry.
6.5 All sold Entries will stay on display online on the Toi o te Tau Hou page for perpetuity.
7. COVID 19
7.1 Te Ohu Whakaita adhere to the Government’s COVID-19 Protection Framework. All applicants are asked to respect all official current guidelines. This may include My Vaccine Pass as a condition of entry, wearing a mask, and scanning the QR code for contact tracing purposes.