Privacy notice

Read about how Public Art Agency Sweden processes personal data.

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) has been in effect in Sweden and the rest of the European Union since 25 May 2018. According to the General Data Protection Regulation, Public Art Agency Sweden must inform you about how your personal data is processed when you visit our website. You also have the right to know what the data will be used for, and if it will be shared with others. The main purpose of the General Data Protection Regulation is to safeguard the rights of individuals to their personal data and their privacy.

Personal data is data that can in some way be linked to you as an individual. For example, it can be your name or personal identity number. But it can also be photographs, videos and sound recordings that you participate in and that you can be identified in. Similarly, it can relate to belongings and property that can be connected to you as an individual.

Public Art Agency Sweden processes your data electronically and stores it in accordance with our routines for data archiving. You can contact Public Art Agency Sweden at any time to enquire about data that has stored about you.

If you have been in contact with us

You may be included in our mailing lists If you have been in contact with staff at Public Art Agency Sweden in your professional role, if you have participated in any of our events, or have a profession that is relevant to our organisation. We use these mailing lists solely to share information related to your professional role. We do not store any data about you other than your name, job title and email address. This data is not shared with third parties.


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Klara Wahlström is data protection officer at Public Art Agency Sweden.