We value our privacy so we think it’s only fair that we respect yours too. The following is a summary of the information we hold about you and how we use it.
We maintain a mailing list for the purpose of sending monthly e-newsletters and occasional calls to action. Alex Grey, the Artistic Director of Martyrs’ Gallery, is the sole processor and controller of the mailing list. The mailing list comprises email addresses only and we do not store your name or any other data about you. You are not therefore individually identifiable unless your identity can already be inferred from the email address you use. If you are on our mailing list, it is because you have asked to be on it, either in person, in writing or by email; or because you have left your email address in our visitors book; or because your activities have intersected with ours in some way. The mailing list is stored securely in accordance with the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and is not shared with or accessible by any third parties for any purpose. Subscribers to the mailing list have the option to unsubscribe at any time and with immediate effect, by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org. This information is also provided in the footer of every e-newsletter. If you unsubscribe from the newsletter, your email address will be deleted from the mailing list with immediate effect and there will be no record of your having previously subscribed.
We maintain a hard-copy visitors book at the gallery, in which visitors are invited to sign their name and leave an email address and/or a comment about the exhibition they have visited. Our visitors book is a valuable source of feedback both to the gallery and to visiting artists and helps us to be responsive to your thoughts and opinions. If you visit the gallery you are under no obligation to write in the visitors book, and if you choose to do so you are under no obligation to include your email address. If you choose to leave your email address in the visitors book, you do so on the understanding that the visitors book is left open and unattended in a public place for substantial amounts of time. If you choose to leave your email address in the visitors book, we may add your email address to our mailing list.
Updated May 2018