The Public Art Online website and the PROJECT – engaging artists in the built environment website are both managed by ixia.
ixia took over Public Art Online from Public Art South West (PASW) in December 2010. The following information was produced by PASW for the content which it commissioned, and is subject to review by ixia.
PASW was committed to respecting the intellectual property rights of others. They therefore made all reasonable efforts to ensure that the reproduction of all of the content on Public Art Online, including text and images, was done with the full consent of the copyright owners.
The contents of these sites can be viewed for your enjoyment and so you may freely access and download the contents on a temporary basis for the sole purposes of viewing or interacting with them.
However, the following acts are prohibited in respect of any of the content featured on the website:
- Public performance or display;
- Any rental leasing or lending of any material obtained or derived from the site;
- Any form of reproduction whatsoever, including without limitation, the extraction and/or storage in any retrieval system or inclusion in any other computer programme or work;
- Any reproduction whatsoever of details, alterations and adaptations of works.
Reproduction of Content
Please note that copyright in all content contained within these websites remains with Public Art South West and other copyright owners as specified. In terms of artistic works, if the artist is alive, or has been dead for less than 70 years, there will be a separate copyright in the work itself which is additional to the copyright in the photographic reproduction.
If material is to be reproduced for any purpose other than for personal reference please credit the source: www.publicartonline.org.uk; and the author. If you wish to reproduce significant amounts of text please contact ixia.
If you wish to reproduce any images of works featured on this site, you should in the first instance contact ixia (email: www.ixia-info.com) to be directed to the photographic copyright holder. Where necessary, you will then be required by international copyright law to clear the copyright in the art work with the appropriate rights holder.
It is your responsibility to obtain permission from copyright holders or their agents before a reproduction of works or other content is made. Otherwise, this will constitute an infringement of copyright.