Arbor Institute for Culture (Republic of Moldova) and Arbor Association of Culture and Arts (Romania) (“Controllers” or “we”) do not normally process the personal data of the visitors of our website www.theopen-art.com (“Website”).
The only case when we currently may process the personal data of visitors is when they provide us with their name and e-mail address in order to receive information from us on new exhibitions and other events.
The purpose of data processing is staying in touch with our visitors and contacting them for such new exhibitions and events. The grounds of processing for such data processing are the consent such visitors and the legitimate interests of the Controllers in contacting the visitors, as the case may be.
We will keep their personal data of visitors until they will withdraw their consent, until they will object to our processing of their data or until the Controllers decide that their personal data are no longer needed in order to attain the envisaged purpose, whichever moment comes first.
We will not disclose the personal data of visitors to any other party.
We may also process the personal data of the artists who provide us with their personal data to be published on our Website. The only personal data that we request from them and that we publish online is their name, a short bio and their e-mail address.
The purpose of processing in this case is promoting the artists who provide us with their personal data, based on our legitimate interest to ensure the good functioning of our Website.
We will keep the personal data of the artists on the Website until they will object to this processing or until the Website ceases to be active, whichever moment comes first.
We will not disclose the personal data of artists to any other party, except for the disclosure which is made by publishing the personal data on our Website.
We will not transfer any of the processed data outside European Economic Area.The data subjects are free not to give us their personal data. Their visit on our Website will not be negatively affected by their refusal to provide us their data.The data subjects have the right of access, right to rectification, right to erasure, right to restriction of processing, right to data portability and the right to object to further processing. They also have the right to address the competent data protection authority.
If the data subjects have provided us their consent, they have also the right to withdraw it at any time, without affecting the lawfulness of the processing undergone before the withdrawal.
The data subjects may exercise the above data processing-related rights and they may find out more information on the processing of their data by contacting us at email@example.com.