By submitting the above named artwork(s) to the Springville Museum of Art (SMA) the undersigned warrants that they are the owner of the artwork(s) or are the representative of the owner and have the authority to enter into this agreement. To the extent that the artwork(s) is covered by insurance provided by SMA the undersigned agrees that the insurance coverage available will only be for the “fair market value” of the artwork(s) and compensation for damage will not exceed the fair market value of the artwork(s). Frames and pedestals will not be insured for damage. The undersigned acknowledges that, if the artwork(s) submitted for exhibition to SMA fits within the category of works deemed “high risk,” the artwork(s) will not be insured. In no case whatsoever shall SMA or Springville City be held liable or responsible for any damages to high risk art, as defined below. The undersigned acknowledges that they have read the below high risk art definition.
• Paintings that are still wet or soft beneath the paint skin
• Any unframed works of art or works of art whose surface extends beyond and in front of the frame
• Works of art with previous condition problems
• Particularly fragile artworks, mixed media, installation, multi-part, multi-part or assemblage works, glass, ceramic, plaster, exposed paper, etc.
• Poorly prepared pieces and frames (faulty wires, screw eyes, clips, etc.)
• Works of art behind regular silica glass (Pastels may be behind silica glass and be insured. Other works must be behind Plexiglas.)
• Artworks with exposed backs or simple paper backing (To be insured, works of art on canvas must have the back of the stretcher-bar
covered by cardboard, foam core, etc., to protect the canvas.)
• Artwork that requires special handling provisions