Acknowledgement of the Sámi people

OCA acknowledges the Sámi as one people, and as the Indigenous people of the Fennoscandian region. On the land of this region, Sápmi, the Sámi people have lived since time immemorial, respectfully harvesting from nature by fishing, farming, hunting and following reindeer, amongst other activities.

0

Privacy

Controller
The foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway, Nedre gate 7, 0551 Oslo, Norway. Organization number: 984 259 344. Telephone number: +47 23 23 31 50
Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) is founded by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote Norwegian visual art abroad. The foundation manages application based support schemes on behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has its own programming and book production that is for sale online. Information on these areas, invitations for events and vacant positions in the foundation are spread via e-mail internationally to the contacts that are registered in the CRM-system MAKE AS.

Data processors
Our website runs on Craft and is managed and hosted by ANTI AS, Sofienberggata 17, 0558 Oslo, Norway. Organisation number 816 809 932. We use Google Analytics to collect anonymized statistics on page visits, their general location and how they navigate our website.

Our newsletter
Our newsletter is sent out using Make AS, Ivan Bjørndalsgt 9, 0472 Oslo, Norway. Organisation number 993555002. Newsletter subscribers have complete access to their information, stored in a profile page on Make, and may alter and delete their information at any time. Neither Make nor Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) keep any copies of deleted information.

Stikk.no, our support schemes
Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) administers the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ support scheme for contemporary artists as well as three residencies for artists and curators through a separate website and application portal www.stikk.no, owned by Music Norway, Observatoriegaten 1B, 0254 Oslo, Norway, organisation number 999110029.

Our social media

Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) is presenton Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, and Vimeo.

The purpose of the processing of personal data: The foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway is founded by the Norwegian Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to promote Norwegian visual art abroad. The foundation manages application based support schemes on behalf of the Norwegian Ministry of Culture and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, has its own programming and book production that is for sale online. Information on these areas, invitations for events and vacant positions in the foundation are spread via e-mail internationally to the contacts that are registered in the CRM-system MAKE.

Which personal data are processed: The maximum data that can be registered is name, address, telephone number, e-mail address, category (curator, director, artist, gallerist, press etc.), employer and position.

The basis for the processing: People registers themselves to receive information and can choose among four categories; information on applicable support schemes, information on programme, invitations for public events and for events with limited capacity and announcement of vacant positions. People will only receive information within the four categories they have registered themselves for. Regarding invitations to events with limited capacity the foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway will itself sort a relevant selection among people that have registered for receiving invitations by name, address and category.

Withdrawal or change of the basis for processing: People that no longer wish to subscribe for the information they have registered for, can change or cancel their subscription via the link given at the bottom of the OCA Newsletter. People that no longer want to have their personal data registered with the foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway can request erasure of their own personal data. Such enquiry can be sent to info@oca.no. Such enquiries for change and erase will be archived by the foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway.

To whom personal data possibly can be exposed: The foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway neither share, sell nor exchange your personal data with any third parties. Neither does the Data processor apart from possible third party service providers or product suppliers working on their behalf or that they cooperate with.

How long can the personal data be kept? The personal data is kept until the person himself/herself contacts the foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway via info@oca.no and requests for erasure of his/her personal data.

Right for insight, correction and erasure to request limitations in the processing of personal data and to resist certain forms for processing: People that have registered their personal data in MAKE with the foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway can address to the foundation OCA Office for Contemporary Art Norway via info@oca.no and ask for access to their data, to correct their data, to erase their data and request limitations in the processing of their personal data and to resist certain forms for processing.

Copyright

Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) aims to ensure all content protected by copyright on this website is licensed. Works of art have been licensed through the Norwegian Artist Copyright Society, BONO. As per OCA grants guidelines and grants acceptance criteria OCA may publish images from applications and reports in various non-commercial platforms such as the OCA website, newsletter, and Annual Report. If you are an artist and believe your work has been published on this website without permission and that you are entitled to a copyright fee, please contact Office for Contemporary Art Norway (OCA) for licencing.