INTEGRATED VISUAL ARTS, SCIENCE, ENGINEERING, MATHEMATICS & TECHNOLOGY CLASSESStudents in our WOLLP Program will engage in 30 weeks of after school programming lead by AHCArtesteem and our partners, City Slicker Farms and the West Oakland Environmental Indicators Project. WOLP students will work with and learn from Professional painters, sculptors and other artists while engaging in activities promoting environmental awareness, empowerment and community advocacy.
AFTER WE RECEIVE YOUR STUDENTS ENROLLMENT APPLICATION, our program manager may contact you to document additional information so we can complete the enrollment process. The additional information needed will include: emergency contacts, pick up / release information (if applicable), and your students medical information (allergies, physical limitations, dietary restrictions, etc...).
IN ADDITION TO THIS APPLICATION FORM, we will require all Parents / Guardians to review and agree to our program terms, conditions, and policies which include: liability release, photo release, artwork license, and criteria for exhibitions and art sales. We will ask for your dated signature on a separate form which can be signed in-person or mailed to the AHC Office.
TO MAIL IN OR DROP OFF YOUR APPLICATION, you can find a full .pdf version by visiting this link: http://bit.ly/2cga87I. Please print and fill out your form, and mail or drop it off by NO LATER THAN AUGUST 4th 2017 to the following address:
Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc.Attn: WOLLP Application Form3278 West StreetOakland, CA 94608
I understand and agree that this Release is intended to be as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the State of California. I further agree that, if any portion of this Agreement is held invalid, the remaining portions shall remain and continue in full force and effect. I understand that this is a full and final release applying to all unknown and unanticipated damages arising in connection with my participation in AHC, as well as to those now known or disclosed, and I waive all rights and benefits that I now possess or in the future may acquire under the terms of Section 1542 of the Civil Code of the State of California, which provides: “A general release does not extend to the claims which the creditor does not know or suspect to exist in his favor at the time of executing the release, which if known by him must have materially affected his settlement with the debtor.”
I also acknowledge that Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc. may choose not to use my image/voice at this time, but may do so at its own discretion at a later date. I also understand that once my image/voice is posted on Attitudinal Healing Connection Inc.’s website, the image/voice can be downloaded by any computer user on or off site.
Therefore, I agree to indemnify, release and hold harmless from any claims All Employees and Board of Directors of Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc. In addition, Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc. reserves the right to discontinue use of image/voice without notice.
Such uses include, but are not limited to, publication of the Artwork in promotional or other materials produced by AHC, publication of the Artwork electronically on AHC’s online website or on other websites maintained by organizations or institutions with which AHC has entered into agreements (such as educational institutions and community organizations), and reproduction of the Artwork for display at premises owned or operated by AHC.
I understand and agree that AHC’s enrollment of my child(ren) in activities conducted by AHC shall serve as the sole consideration to be provided by AHC for this License.
2. Exclusive RepresentationThe Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist hereby appoints AHC as their sole representation throughout “the ArtEsteem Exhibit Event in 2015 and Traveling Exhibition 2015/2016” to sell or otherwise make available for acquisition to the public, the Student Artist’s Artworks.
3. Consignment and Duration of ConsignmentThe Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist hereby consigns to AHC, and AHC accepts on consignment, those artworks to be exhibited. The Parent/Guardian and AHC, will at a later date sign an Artwork Inventory Sheet of the Student Artist’s artwork to be exhibited and/or sold. The Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist and AHC agree that the initial term of consignment for the Artworks is to be from January 1, 2016 through June 31, 2016 and that the Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist and the Student Artist do not intend to request its return before the end of this term. Thereafter, consignment shall continue until the Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist and the Student Artist requests the return of any or all of the Artworks or AHC requests that the Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist take back any or all of the Artworks with which request the other party shall comply within 30 days. Note that some artwork may be used in traveling exhibits during and thereafter the consignment period.
4. PromotionAHC will use its best efforts to promote the sale of the Artworks. AHC’s promotional expense will be factored into the retail price. AHC agrees to provide adequate display of the Artworks, and to undertake other promotional activities on AHC and the Student Artist’s behalf. AHC shall clearly identify all Artworks with the Student Artist name.
5. PricingAHC’s Commission; Student Artist Commission; Terms of Payment AHC shall set the selling price for Artworks listed on the Artwork Inventory Sheet, under this agreement. AHC and the Parent/Guardian of the Student Artist agree that AHC’s commission for the promotion and production of the traveling exhibit is 30% of the Retail Price of the Artwork; and AHC’s commission for the ArtEsteem Scholarship Fund is 20% of the Retail price of the Artwork. Payment in the amount of 50% of the Retail price of the Artwork shall be made to the Student Artist by AHC no later than 60 days after the sale. Parent/Guardian must accompany the Student Artist for payment distribution.
6. Criteria for artwork to be exhibiteda. The work must be well thought out, critiqued/reflected upon and completed. b. The artwork must have a narrative component that makes a social, community or self-reflective statement. c. The work can be a drawing, painting, print, sculpture, collage, or craft. d. Students and their family must attend the exhibit and bring friends.
7. Financial literacy and art sale a. Students should submit a price on their work. It is understood that work will be given a final price by the Attitudinal Healing Connection/ArtEsteem staff during the review, based on level of involvement with the subject and art material used. b. Students should understand the business of art galleries (promotions, space, etc.).
8. Art Work Logistics Students whose work did not sell will have it returned. Any work not picked up by May 31, 2015, may continue to be exhibited, sold or destroyed at the discretion of the Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc.