The Public Art Challenge aims to support temporary public art projects that engage citizens, celebrate creativity and generate a positive impact on cities.
Applications must be submitted by a municipality’s authorized representative under the direction of that municipality’s mayor, chief executive, or equivalent. Unless otherwise agreed to by you and the Bloomberg.org Group, no material submitted via this Website or otherwise to the Bloomberg.org Group or its representatives or partners is confidential and the Bloomberg.org Group and its representatives, partners, agents, sublicensees, and affiliates shall have the non-exclusive right to reproduce, distribute, create derivative works from and otherwise use and shall be under no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of any ideas, content submitted or the outcome of submitted applications. You acknowledge that you and the municipality which you represent (“Your City”) will receive no payment from any member of the Bloomberg.org Group in connection with such non-exclusive right. In addition, no member of the Bloomberg.org Group expects to receive payment for the use of your submitted ideas or materials, regardless of whether such use saves money or even generates a profit.
Participation in the Public Art Challenge is also subject to criteria listed on this Website or otherwise, including, but not limited to, the “Eligibility Criteria”, “Selection Criteria”, and “Frequently Asked Questions” sections of this Website. You acknowledge that if Your City is awarded a grant as part of the Public Art Challenge, you or another individual authorized to act on behalf of Your City, may have to enter into additional agreements, on behalf of Your City, with the Bloomberg.org Group or any part thereof, including a grant agreement, in order to receive a grant.
Certain system requirements regarding the hardware, software, and other technical elements used to receive, view, or submit documents must be met. Use of this Website or access to its content may be inhibited or prohibited at any time, even if you have already begun participating in a particular activity or utilizing a particular feature. Participation in the Public Art Challenge by a municipality does not guarantee that its application will be accepted or that it will be awarded a grant.
As your municipality’s main point of contact for the Public Art Challenge, you represent, warrant, and covenant that you have the power and authority to use this Website and electronically submit the application on behalf of Your City. You and Your City are fully responsible for all use of and activity on this Website by you and other employees of Your City, including employees that you designate or otherwise permit to access the participant-only section of the Public Art Challenge part of this Website. You represent, warrant and covenant that all information you provide about yourself is truthful, accurate and up-to-date. You or Your City shall promptly send notification to email@example.com if you are no longer authorized by Your City to be Your City’s primary contact for the Public Art Challenge.
You acknowledge and agree that members of the Bloomberg.Org Group may communicate with you electronically about the Public Art Challenge. You represent, warrant and covenant, on your own behalf and on behalf of Your City, that you shall use, accept, and retain electronic records, electronic communications, and electronic signatures and that Your City is not prohibited from using, accepting, or receiving such electronic information.