ALL WORK MUST BE ORIGINAL
Copies of published works of any kind are not permitted. Changing the background, color or medium does not make it an original.
Photos used as reference material should be your own originals. IF NOT, either: document that is in the public domain (totally free for public use), or that you have express written permission by the owner.
Photography is considered original art. Digital photography must be an original photograph enhanced or manipulated by the artist.
Three Dimensional Work: No kits, green ware, commercial molds or patterns, plastic flowers or bazaar novelty items are permitted.
Federal copyright law states that for a work created prior to January 1, 1978, copyright protection would last for up to 95 years, and for works created after that date, for the life of the author plus 70 years.
PERMISSION TO PHOTOGRAPH
Du Page Art League School and Gallery retains the right to photograph any class, work, student or event and reproduce the images at its discretion without incurring obligations.