Privacy Statement

Your personal information is being collected by Council for the purpose of allowing you to vote in the People’s Choice Award for the 2021 Wyndham Art Prize.  Any information you submit as part of your vote will be stored and processed by Council in accordance with the People’s Choice Award Voting Terms and Conditions.  Your personal information will be stored in Council’s Customer Database and used to identify you when communicating with Council and for the delivery of services and information.  You can access or amend your personal information at any time by writing to Council’s Privacy Officer at  

For further information on how your personal information is handled, visit Council’s Privacy Policy at:

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Terms and Conditions

  1. By voting in the People’s Choice Awards for the 2021 Wyndham Art Prize, you agree to accept these terms and conditions.  If your vote does not comply with these terms and conditions, it will not be valid and will not be accepted.
  1. Voting is open to Australian residents only.  Council staff, Councillors, 2021 Wyndham Art Prize entrants and their immediate family members are ineligible to vote.  Voters under 18 years of age must obtain their parent or guardian’s consent to vote.
  1. Voting opens at 6:30pm on 13 May 2021 and closes at 5:00pm on 27 June 2021 (‘voting period’).  Votes received outside of the voting period will not be accepted.
  1. To vote in the People’s Choice Award, during the voting period, you must submit a properly completed voting form at
  1. Only one vote per person will be accepted.
  1. The artist whose artwork receives the highest number of valid votes during the voting period will be awarded the People’s Choice Award for the 2021 Wyndham Art Prize.
  1. The winner of the People’s Choice Award for the 2020 Wyndham Art Prize will be announced at the launch of the True Lies Exhibition, to be held at the Wyndham Art Gallery from 6:30pm to 8:30pm on 8 July 2021, and will be published in a Council media release and on Council’s website and social media pages.
  1. Council, acting in its entire discretion, may exclude and disqualify votes where it reasonably believes that:

    (a) the voting process has been tampered or interfered with;
    (b) the vote has not been legitimately made; or
    (c) the vote is otherwise invalid.

  1. Council accepts no responsibility for late, lost, incomplete, invalid or corrupt votes.
  1. Council reserves the right to cancel, change or modify these terms and conditions at any time.
  1. Council’s decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
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