Working in the public realm is a great way of being part of the Weekender, if this is something you want to do, make sure you start your conversation with Plymouth City Council early – leaving plenty of time before the listings deadline!
To hold an event on Plymouth City Council land please send an Expression of Interest to Jodie Bishop, Public Art Officer at email@example.com
Your expression of interest should include the following information:
- Your name and contact details
- A brief description of the event/activity you are planning
- The dates and times
- Your preferred site
Once availability has been checked you will be directed to the relevant booking forms for your site. To confirm your booking you will be required to submit the following:
- Method Statement
This is a short piece of text explaining exactly how you are going to deliver your project. This is not asking for conceptual information but the step by step practical elements required.
- Proof of public liability insurance
AiR or Axis provide artist insurance policies as part of their membership schemes. You will need to provide the certificate page that has your name on it.
- Risk Assessment
What do you need to consider to make your project safe for you, an audience, or property? What are the risks? What can you do to mitigate these? Consider your location, any equipment and the materials you are using
- A route map for moving or touring projects
If you are considering crossing roads then please allow more time for your application as it may also need to be approved by the Highways Department.
Plymouth City Council have agreed to waive the standard hire fee for many city centre locations for Weekender events.
Make sure you leave plenty of time for Plymouth City Council to come back to you with any queries. Once your project is approved, you will be issued with a letter of support which you should upload when you submit your Weekender listing.
Only projects which have been granted permission will be included in Weekender listings.