How We Use Member’s Data
Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, as joint lead organisations for The British Art Network, are Joint Controllers of personal data relating to the Network’s activities.
Your Data: Communications
As a member of the British Art Network, Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art process personal data relating to you to fulfil our contractual obligations. It also enables Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for British Art to provide you with relevant information and for communications purposes unless you ask us not to do so.
Should you no longer wish to receive direct contact from the Network, or should you wish to be removed entirely from the British Art Network members database, you may at any time withdraw your consent to the processing of your personal data for this purpose by contacting Tate’s Data Protection Officer at [email protected], copying into the email the British Art Network team ([email protected]).
Your Data: Network Events
If you participate in Network events, Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art will also process personal data relating to you (including sensitive or special categories of personal data supplied by you) for:
- the administrative, accounting, taxation and management purposes of the British Art Network;
- ensuring the health and safety of all participants in British Art Network events;
- supporting work to ensure diversity and inclusion across British Art Network activities (personal data you provide to this end will only be published in statistical form, with all data anonymised).
Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art will, when necessary for those purposes, make such data available (on a confidential basis) to third parties providing services to the British Art Network and to regulatory authorities (including HMRC) and as required by law.
Personal data relating to you will be retained by Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art until the end of the funding period, after which it will be destroyed. Any invoices, reimbursement claims and letters of agreement will be retained by Tate and The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art for 6 years after the current financial year, after which they will be destroyed. Select information (such as significant email exchanges relating to the content of the network event) may also be retained for each party’s research archives.