By submitting an entry into this competition, entrants’ consent to receive promotional and other marketing messages from the Promoter. Open to all First Nation People from the Bundjalung nation. All entrants may enter as many times as they like provided that each entry is unique. Competition opens Thursday, 5 January at 5:00pm and closes Tuesday, 28 February 2023. The total prize is valued at $500 (incl.GST). The promoter is Momentum Collective (ABN 54 213 576 984) of 35 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads, NSW 2485.
- Information on how to enter and prizes form part of the Terms and Conditions. Entry into this competition deems acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.
- To the extent of any inconsistency between these Terms and Conditions and any other reference to this competition, these Terms and Conditions prevail.
Who can enter?
3. Entry is open to all Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent from the Bundjalung nation.
- The Promoter is Momentum Collective, 35 Wharf Street, Tweed Heads 2485 NSW 2485 (ABN 54 213 576 984).
- All entrants may enter as many times as they like but only one prize will be awarded per person.
- All entrants under the age of 18 must obtain the prior permission of their legal parent or guardian over the age of 18 to enter. The parent or guardian may be called to verify consent and may be required to sign a release at the discretion of the Promoter. The release will also require the winner’s parent or guardian to accept responsibility for the acts and forbearances of the winner. The release must include the full name, address and telephone number of the winner’s legal guardian. Failure to provide such proof, particulars or releases will immediately invalidate the winner’s entitlement to the prize, subject to State and Territory legislation.
How to enter
- Entrants can enter the competition as many times as they wish, by sending photo of their artwork and a short description of the meaning behind the artwork via email. Please include name, age and location in the email to [email protected].
When to enter
8. The competition commences on 05/01/2023 at 5:00pm AEDT and closes on 28/02/2023 at 11:59 PM AEDT. The winner will be notified directly by email or the best.
9. The winner will be judged by the judging panel based on the skill, creativity and originality of the artwork at the promoter’s premises on Wednesday 15, March 2023 at 10:00am. The panel includes Momentum employees in the Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) Working Group and a local Elder will be invited to the panel.
10. The total prize value is $500 (including GST), and this amount will be paid directly to the winner.
11. The Promoter will make reasonable efforts to contact the winner. If the Promoter cannot contact the winner by Wednesday, 29 March, the prize will be awarded to the runner up and the winner will forfeit the prize.
Copyright and Liability
12. All entrants will retain copyright in their work.
13. The winner grants the promoter a non-exclusive licence for a term of 5 years to use the winning artwork only for the purpose of promoting Momentum Collective on its Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP), posters, marketing collateral and promotional items like t-shirts (none of which will be for sale). The winner will also need to sign a separate consent form to give permission to use their artwork.
14. The promoter will credit the winning artist whenever their artwork is used.
15. The promoter will not make any major changes to the winning artwork without the winner’s consent. The promoter may make minor changes such as slightly cropping the artwork to fit on documents. The promoter will consult with the winner about any reproductions of the winning artwork on promotional items and provide samples for the winner’s approval.
Indigenous Cultural and Intellectual Property (ICIP)
16. Momentum Collective will not display or use any artwork in a context that might be considered by an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander community to be inappropriate, derogatory, degrading or offensive.
17. When displaying or using the winning artwork, Momentum Collective will make an attribution in respect of Indigenous Cultural or Intellectual Property in artworks as required by the entrant.
18. Momentum Collective acknowledges in the event of an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander artist’s death, the subsequent use of their likeness may be culturally inappropriate, and that, upon notification of the artist’s death we agree to remove the artwork from any promotional material or publication under its control if requested by a member of the artist’s family or representative to the extent reasonably practical.