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About IMMA > Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions

Please read the following information carefully which sets out the Terms and Conditions of services provided on the IMMA website.

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> arrow link Terms and Conditions of Becoming an IMMA Member

> arrow link Terms and Conditions of Booking a Tour on the IMMA Primary School

> arrow link Terms and Conditions of Booking a Guided Tour

> arrow link Terms and Conditions of Booking a Talk/Lecture

> arrow link Terms and Conditions of Online Survey

Terms and Conditions of Sale of Publications

• Payments are made through the secure payment system Paypal which accepts Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
• Orders are sent to you via An Post within 14 days. Postage charges are specified and included when purchasing an item.
• If goods do not arrive within the time specified please contact us at email: books@imma.ie
• Please click > arrow linkhere to read the Refund Policy for the Sale of Publications.


Terms and Conditions of Becoming an IMMA Member

• Payments are made through the secure payment system Paypal which accepts Visa, Mastercard and American Express.
• Once purchased your Membership will be posted to you or if a gift to the requested recipient within 14 days.
• If your Membership card does not arrive within the time specified please contact us at email: members@imma.ie
• Please click > arrow linkhere to read the Refund Policy for Becoming an IMMA Member.

Terms and Conditions of Booking a Tour on the IMMA Primary School Programme

• There are set times for Primary School Programme tours: at 10:00am on Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and 11:45am on Wednesday.
• Tours must be booked at least three weeks in advance of your intended visit.
• If choosing a specific exhibition please allow two weeks from the opening date before booking your tour.
• The maximum number of children per tour/ visit is 32.
• All children must be accompanied by an adult throughout the tour/ visit. At least two adults need to accompany 32 children.
• A fee of €25 is charged for the Primary School Programme. Payments are made through the secure payment system Realex which accepts Laser and all major Credit Cards. However if your school is listed on the DEIS Scheme there is no charge.
• Teachers are asked to arrive at least 15 minutes before their scheduled tour start, to allow for toilet breaks with their students. This will maximize time spent in the galleries.
• We rely completely on your professional input when it comes to dealing with any challenging behaviour from children or sorting out practical issues such as toilet breaks, etc.
• If a group is late arriving at IMMA, the visit schedule will be rearranged to emphasise the gallery tour. This is because any practical or hands-on work can always be done back in the classroom but the museum and galleries offer a unique forum for ‘looking and responding’ as promoted in the Primary School Curriculum. Please try and notify IMMA Reception if your transport is delayed for any reason at tel: 01-612 9966/ 67.
• Please click > arrow linkhere to read the Refund Policy for the Primary School Programme Tour Booking.                                                                                                                                                                •

Terms and Conditions of Booking a Guided Tour

• Tours must be booked at least three weeks in advance of your intended visit
• Choosing a specific exhibition please allow two weeks from the opening date before booking your tour.
• All children under twelve must be accompanied by an adult throughout the tour.
• The adult to children supervision ratios are: for children (under twelve) 1:16; for young people (second level) 1:25.
• Touching or photographing artworks is not permitted.
• School bags or backpacks must be checked in to the self-service cloakroom or left in an area designated by Mediators.
• Food and liquids are not permitted in the galleries.
• The entrance for all vehicles is via Military Road.
• A car park is available to the rear of the main building.
• Entry to the grounds and galleries is free.
• Galleries are closed on Mondays; Galleries open at 10.30am on Wednesdays.
• Please arrive in reception at the time confirmed for the tour to start.
• If you have to cancel this tour please call reception as soon as possible at tel: +353-1-612 9967.
• On the day if your group is delayed for whatever reason please contact IMMA reception at tel: 01-612 9967.
• For children under twelve, please give each child a name label before the tour begins.

Terms and Conditions of Booking a Talk/Lecture

• Booking is essential for all talks and lectures which are free and open to the public unless otherwise specified.
• To ensure entry into IMMA's talks and lectures events, please bring a print out of your ticket receipt as proof of your booking. Other individuals who you have booked on their behalf will also need to present a copy of this ticket receipt to guarantee their place/s.
• Please note arriving later than the start time of the event listed will not guarantee entry.
• Please note you will only be contacted if there have been changes to the event's details official listed.
• To cancel a booking please email a notification to talksandlectures@imma.ie
• Priority booking is given to IMMA members up to 48 hours before the event’s start time; otherwise tickets are allocated on a first booked basis.
• For further information please contact telepone +353-1-612 9913/9 or email your query to talksandlectures@imma.ie

Terms and Conditions Online Survey

On-line Survey

Entrants in the Draw

Survey participants can enter the draw only as specified in these terms and conditions.
While employees of IMMA or any members of those employees’ immediate families are welcome to take part in the on-line survey, they should not enter the draw as they will not be eligible to win a prize.
Participants who enter the draw must be over the age of 18.
The three winners in the draw may be required to provide IMMA with the form of proof of identity as IMMA in its sole discretion requests.
Failure to comply with any of these terms and conditions (including instructions) will disqualify any survey participant from taking part in the draw and the entry will be invalid. IMMA retains sole discretion to refuse participants the right to enter if it feels that these terms and conditions are not being complied with or for any valid and justifiable reason.
IMMA reserves the right to disqualify any participant and/or winner and/or amend these terms and conditions at any time in its absolute discretion.

Entries in the Draw

To enter this draw, participants must submit a valid email address (Q.30, Pg. 10) along with the completed survey on

Prize Draw

Three winners will be randomly selected from those participants who have successfully completed and correctly submitted the on-line survey. The draw will take place within two weeks of the Closing Date. The winners will be notified by email within 30 days of the Closing Date.
IMMA’s decision in awarding the three prizes is final and legally binding and no correspondence will be entered into at any time.


The Prize

The prize of the draw is an IMMA publication, the catalogue which accompanies the exhibition by Philip Taaffe at IMMA, entitled Anima Mundi. Contributors are Enrique Juncosa, Colm Tóibín and David Brody. The usual retail price as of 27th April 2011 is €30.00. The catalogue is 128 pages, 80 full colour images, ISBN: 978-1-907020-60-5, Year of Publication: 2011.Top of FormBottom of Form
From the draw the three winners will receive a copy each of the publication mentioned above. The three winners will be contacted via the email address that they supplied as part of the on-line survey. The three winners, thus notified, will have two months to reply to IMMA and claim the prize as set out above.
IMMA reserves the right to substitute all or any part of the prize for another of its publications of an equivalent or greater value if necessary for reasons beyond its control, and any change will be final and binding upon every participant who enters the draw.
The prize in this draw will be given to the three winners as set out in these terms and conditions. The winner must accept the prize in that form. Under no circumstances will cash be given as an alternative. The prize is non-transferable, non-negotiable and cannot be substituted for any other prize, product, service or cash value.
If one or more of the three selected winners is unreachable, ineligible, disqualified or fails to claim the prize within two months of email notification, that/those winner(s) automatically forfeit(s) the prize and a new winner will be randomly drawn in their place(s).
IMMA will not be held liable for a prize if it does not reach a winner for reasons beyond its reasonable control.
The three winners receive, collect and use the prize at their own risk.

Personal Data

All personal data submitted by a participant in connection with this survey and draw is submitted voluntarily. This survey is for research purposes only and it is a collaboration between the Irish Museum of Modern Art (IMMA) and Oonagh Murphy, University of Ulster. All data provided as part of the survey and draw will only be used by the aforementioned person/ organisation for the purposes of research and will not be passed on to any third party organisations. Further information about how IMMA treats information gathered through its website and on-line activities is available in its Privacy Policy
Each person participating in this on-line survey expressly releases IMMA, its collaborators, agents, employees and directors from any claim, action or demand arising out of or in connection with the survey, the draw or their prize, if any.
The laws of the Republic of Ireland govern these terms and conditions.
This on-line survey and draw is facilitated and coordinated by IMMA: Irish Museum of Modern Art, Royal Hospital, Military Road, Kilmainham, Dublin 8, Republic of Ireland

Privacy Policy

The Irish Museum of Modern Art recognizes the importance of your privacy when visiting our website. Please click > arrow link

www.imma.ie
The Closing Date for the survey is 20 June 2011, after which the winners will be announced. The prize will be sent by post to the winners.
Any entry into the draw made by giving another person’s (or a false) email address or other incorrect contact information will be disqualified. here to read IMMA’s Privacy Policy. www.imma.ie  27th April 2011 to 20th June 2011
By taking part in the on-line survey on www.imma.ie and entering the draw as part of this survey, all participants are deemed to have accepted and agreed to these terms and conditions.

 

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