The following document outlines the rules and ways of gathering, processing and using information about users as part of electronic services provided by Workshops of Culture in Lublin
Workshops of Culture in Lublin attach particular importance to protecting the privacy of Users of our website and our services. Workshops of Culture in Lublin are careful in choosing and using appropriate technical and operational means to protect the data processed. In particular, Workshops of Culture in Lublin protect the data against sharing them with unauthorised third parties as well as against processing them in violation of the law. Workshops of Culture in Lublin exercise control over personal data processing and limit the access to this data as much as possible, only giving the authorization to do so when it is necessary for assuring the correct operation of its services.
The personal data are administered by Workshops of Culture in Lublin, with registered office at Grodzka 5a 20-112 Lublin.
What data do we collect?
Data collected on registration
In order to use some of our services (newsletter), you will need to share some of your personal data or to register. During the registration process, we will ask for your e-mail address and, in case of the online store, also for your name and surname, address of residence and shipping, e-mail address, phone number, bank account number. Sharing the data is voluntary but without them, it is impossible to place an order or enter into the purchase-sale agreement in the Store.
Data collected automatically
The users of the website remain anonymous until they register. However, some of the data are collected automatically during your visit. These are your IP, domain name, browser, operating system.
Data collected when you get in touch with us
When you get in touch with us via our website, phone or e-mail address, you share with us your name, surname, e-mail address, and possibly phone number in order to facilitate getting in touch.
How do we use your data?
On no account shall we ever sell collected data to third parties. Data collected during registration will only be used to execute the services we provide.
If you have subscribed to our Newsletters or expressed consent to receive it in any other way, we will use your data to send you our Newsletter. You will receive a confirmation e-mail confirming whether you want to receive the Newsletter.
Data collected automatically may be used to analyse user behaviour on our website, collect demographic data about our users or to personalise the content of our website. This data is collected automatically for every visitor to the site.
Data collected in the process of correspondence between you and our services will only be used to answer your questions.
Your data will only be shared with entities and individuals authorised to receive them. No data shall be shared with third parties.
In the event of violating the terms and conditions of our services, infringing the law or when privisions of law require it, we may share your data with judicial authorities.
How will we contact you?
If you have signed up for our newsletter or consented to receive it in any other way, you will receive our newsletter via e-mail
Any correspondence concerning transactions via the online Store will be conducted via e-mails directed to the address provided by the Customer.
How can make any changes to personal details?
Every User of our services is entitled to choose whether and to what extent does he/she want to use our services and share their personal data. If for any reasons, a User does not want to leave their personal data, he/she is entitled to remove them in accordance with instructions given in “Information for Workshops of Culture Newsletter subscribers” or by not using our services.
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Agata’s responsibility are local initiatives, educational and socio-cultural activities as well as international cooperation. She curates art and research residencies as part of Community Arts Centre.
Graduate of Art History at the Catholic University of Lublin (she completed her MA in 2010)