A Twin Cities Fine Art Experience
Your privacy is very important to us. We want you to know exactly how we handle any of the information you provide to us via the internet or at our shows. While we offer you the option to sign up on our mailing list both on the site and at our venues, we will never rent, sell, or share our mailing list with any third parties, ever. Be assured that the information you share with ArtattheAFrame.com is safe and that you will only hear from us when we have something related to any of the shows to share with you. That means no chain letters, no bad jokes, and no information you didn't sign up for. You may unsubscribe at any time.
Please be aware that purchases you make at an Art at the A-Frame show are conducted between the individual participating artist and yourself. When you purchase from an artist they may collect additional information from you to complete the sale. We have no access to the sale or your personal information and make no guarantees or warranties on how your information will be treated. The artists who particpate in our shows are personal friends and are personally invited to be here and we trust them, however, you should always exercise caution whenever and wherever you use or disclose any of your personal information. If you need to follow up with an artist for warranty issues, please contact the artist directly. Art at the A-Frame can only provide you with contact information of an artist in question should you need it.
Art at the A-Frame does not have arrangements with any ad server companies for this Web site.
The Children's Online Privacy Protection Act took effect April 21, 2000 and pertains to Web sites directed toward children under 13 years of age. ArtattheAFrame.com does not collect information on any person under 13 years. We ask that children do not submit information to us without the consent of a parent or guardian.
The only time we may disclose any information we may have, that you have provided to us,is if we are required by law, court order or in the good faith belief that disclosure is otherwise advisable.