Copyright and Data Protection


Unless stated otherwise, the copyright of material, text and images on this website is owned or controlled by Birmingham City University. You have the right to view these pages and to copy and/or print out information contained within the web site for use by yourself in relation to making use of facilities offered by Birmingham City University Arts, Design and Media Archive. You have no other rights of use for information or images contained within this website.

Regrettably, Birmingham City University Arts, Design and Media Archive have so far been unable to trace the copyright owners in many of the original artworks in our archives and collections. We regret that, where this is the case, the images are available and provided for reference and private research only and reproductions cannot be supplied. For more information, please contact us. We will be glad to receive any information concerning ownership of rights in works held in our collections.

Data Protection

The Data Protection Act 1998, passed on 16 July 1998, was brought into force on 1 March 2000. Anyone who holds information about readily identifiable living individuals must comply with data protection law in managing that information. Data protection law permits individuals to know what personal information is held about them and to correct it if necessary. It also ensures that the only other people who have access to that information are specifically authorised to do so. For this reason, some files and records with the Archive remain closed to all researchers.


We try to ensure that all the information on this website is up to date and accurate. However, contents and conditions are subject to change and Birmingham City University Arts, Design and Media Archive offers no guarantee concerning the accuracy or completeness of the material contained in these pages. Some links will lead to information maintained by third parties, which is accepted in good faith. No liability is accepted for any loss or damage of any kind resulting from inaccuracy in the information provided by the Archive, or by third parties. Please bring to our attention any material that is inaccurate or misleading so that we can correct or remove such material promptly.