The Tipperary Dance website www.tipperarydance.com does not collect or store your personal information with the exception of:
– Information that you provide when subscribing to our newsletter (first name, last name, email, and country)
– Information that you provide when contacting us via the email form (name, email, subject, and the content of your email).
However, the website includes links to third party providers and social media that may use tracking cookies.
www.tipperarydance.com may make use of Google Analytics and does not collect anything other than standard data used for analysing website engagement.
The website is built with WordPress, which do not use any cookies unless you are logged in as a WordPress User.
We rely on mailchimp.com and infomaniak.com, two trusted online platforms, to deliver our newsletters. If you register for our newsletter, we rely on their legal policy regarding the handling of our and your personal data.
Please be aware that our newsletters and websites may contain links to third parties, such as social media (such as, but not exclusively, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter). If you click on these links in one of our newsletters or websites, they may collect data and/or track your activity under the terms of their own privacy policies.
There are Google maps embedded in our website. By accepting this policy, you enable the Google maps and acknowledge that Google may place a Cookie in your browser to track data about your browsing activity.
Who we are
Tipperary Dance is a non-profit entity dedicated to the development of dance as an art form. Tipperary Dance is directed by Alexandre Iseli, Ballyfaskin, Ballylanders, Co. Limerick, Ireland. The near totality of the activities reported through this website are non-profit, and supported with public funding, which gives us a duty to share and promote them publicly. Our activities are dedicated to develop and promote the creation, discussion, exchange and accessibility of artistic works and artistic practice.
We value your privacy
We keep a list of contacts containing information about people subscribed to our newsletter. This data is used to send them promotional information regarding our artistic activities, usually under the form of a newsletter that they receive through their email. We will take reasonable precautions to prevent the loss, misuse or alteration of information you give us. Our agents or contractors who, in the course of providing services to us, have access to information that you give us, are required to keep that information confidential and are not permitted to use it for any purpose other than to carry out the services which they are performing for us. We do not and will never share, trade or sell your personal information with third party organisations, unless requested to do so by law or legal enforcement.
How we use your data
We use your data to send you information on the activities of Tipperary Dance, including:
Data is also processed for:
Communication with interested parties, archiving of company work, provision of goods and services, employee administration, legal obligations, collection of audience data.
The data that we hold in our database
When you subscribe online to our database, we request the following information as part of the registration process:
In some cases, when your data originates from a direct interaction with you (participation in an event, business card…), or was collected from your website or the website of your company, our listing may also include:
How your data is kept
Data is kept online using WordPress, Infomaniak and Google Analytics and backed up to a managed mailing list. Any general mail outs will include an option to unsubscribe.
You have the following rights in respect to the personal data that Tipperary Dance holds about you. Please contact us at the address above to exercise any of these rights:
The DPC offers guidance on how to make a complaint here:
www.tipperarydance.com uses Google Analytics and does not collect anything other than standard data used for analysing website engagement.
The website is built with WordPress, which do not use any cookies unless you are logged in as a WordPress User:
Third party service providers
Third party links
Please be aware that our newsletters and websites contain links to third party organisations, such as social media and google maps. If you click on them in one of our newsletters/websites, they may collect data or track your activity under the terms of their own privacy policies.
You can review & amend your data, or unsubscribe from our list at any time
Each one of our newsletters gives you direct access to:
– review and amend your data (follow the link that says ‘update subscription preferences’)
– unsubscribe from our database (follow the link that says ‘unsubscribe from this list’)
This legal notice and terms and conditions of use and all issues regarding this Website shall be governed by the laws of Ireland.
Should you have any queries regarding your data and this policy, feel free to contact us