M.A.R.I. strives to make collections and information about the ancient and modern cultures of Mexico and Central America available to all interested parties. Consequently, the Institute welcomes public, media, and research interest in the galleries and collections. We will try to accommodate requests to photograph, video tape, or film in the galleries whenever possible.
Permission from M.A.R.I. is required to reproduce its past published works or portions thereof or other material from the Institute's archives and collections for classroom use or for the publication of personal, commercial, or academic work in print or on the Internet.
Please contact M.A.R.I. via email with image permission requests. A staff member will be in contact regarding permission and any fees that may need to be assessed pending the granting of permission. If you have an institutional form or letter that is filled out and only requires a signature, please email or mail a copy of it to M.A.R.I., and we will assist you with it as quickly as we can.
For further questions regarding permission from M.A.R.I. for the right to use previously published materials for any Internet or print publication purpose, please contact us and we will gladly assist you.
|Media||First-time Use Reuse||Reuse||First-time Use
Production of images and archival material is allowed only with the Institution's consent. To request copies of M.A.R.I. images or take photos of M.A.R.I materials, please email email@example.com.
If M.A.R.I. allows a researcher to publish his or her own photograph of a M.A.R.I object, the photo must be reviewed by M.A.R.I. staff before publication. In addition, the copyright for that photo must be transferred to M.A.R.I.
The following is a fee schedule for reproducing M.A.R.I. images. Fees are subject to change at any time.
|One high-resolution digital scan||$20|
|New photography fee*||$200|
|Additional/detail images of same object or image||$100|
|Postage and handling||$15 per order|
* This includes time required
The Institute allows researchers, media, and commercial filmmakers to photograph objects or exhibits or use the gallery as a backdrop only with prior permission from the Institute, and with the payment of a fee.
Anyone photographing the Institute's collections or in the galleries must sign an agreement covering terms, conditions, procedures, and intellectual property rights before photographing or filming.
Permission to photograph or film in the Institute may be granted only by the Director. Requests of any kind from the media and all requests for photography or filming in the gallery should be directed to:
Marcello A. Canuto, Director