GDPR and News from NeMe

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), is taking effect in Europe on 25 May 2018. The GDPR improves transparency and data privacy rights of individuals. We’re writing to explain how NeMe’s practices align with GDPR.

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We continue to monitor the evolving interpretation of the regulation to ensure your rights are protected and added an extensive privacy policy written in a clear language which will definitely help you fall asleep should you have any trouble doing so.

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For the remaining of 2018, NeMe has planned a series of workshops, lectures, screenings, and an open call:

  • June: Educational outreach events focusing on the local community.
  • July: An exhibition organised by the Cyprus University of Technology which will ran in parallel with SMC 2018.
  • September: The idea of the Avant Garde: A series of events curated by Marc James Leger, which will include an exhibition, a round table discussion group, workshops, symposium, screenings, a performance, a participatory art game, and a publication.
  • November: Stateless: An international exhibition focusing on the very urgent issues created by our contemporary geopolitical landscape.
  • December: Self as Actor: Colonising identity: An exhibition and an international call for artworks focusing on social media usage.
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