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Street Stories 

Terms & Conditions

  1. The trail is free and open to all. You do not need to be a practising artist to enter and we also welcome submissions from local community groups and businesses. 

  2. There is no entry fee. Optional workshops carry a small booking fee to cover materials. 

  3. Entries can be displayed in front gardens, inside windows or on your house, shop or premises etc. Items should not be displayed on/over public pavements or other public areas, or anywhere they might put the public at risk; items in public areas are likely to be removed by local authorities. Please let us know if you would like to participate but do not have a suitable place to display your entry and we will try to help you find a location or venue.

  4. Entries must be on display for the full duration of the festival from 5th - 14th July 2024.

  5. Entries displayed outside will be exposed to the elements for the duration of the festival (10 days), so please think about your choice of materials and how you might protect/waterproof them. Guidance on this will be provided during the optional guidance workshops. 

  6. All entries submitted will become part of a Street Stories map and walking tour for the festival. All entrants will be contacted prior to the creation of the map to confirm the location and details of your entry. This will ensure  that the map is as accurate and up to date as possible. Venue location and details of entry cannot be amended beyond this date.

  7. AAF reserve the right to remove or omit any entries that visitors might find offensive or which don’t align with the positive and welcoming ethos of the festival.

  8. AAF reserve the right to use any images of entrant submissions for promotional purposes.

  9. It is intended that the published trail will be walkable, and will include entries from people who live or work in Alton, Holybourne or Chawton, or have a venue in these locations from which to exhibit their entry. 

  10. Each entrant is responsible for any risk associated with displaying their work, e.g. accident resulting in injury to a member of the public, damage, fire or theft. 

  11. Entrants are required to arrange safe disposal of entries at the end of the event, please re-use/re-cycle materials where possible!


We can’t wait to see your proposed ideas!

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