Submitting your listing

Our listings submissions were open from 1st May – 10th June. If you need to make changes to your listing, cancel an event or request a late listing please email plymouthartweekender@gmail.com. 

The key information you need to submit an event listing:

  • The title of your event/project
  • List of all the artists and/or organisers involved
  • A landscape image to represent your event/project
  • Confirmed location with a post code (this should be the main or starting location if your project occurs in more than one space or if your work or you can select ‘happening at multiple locations across the city’)
  • Confirmed dates and opening times. We recommend exhibitions be open 11am-6pm
  • A short description of your event no more than 140 characters (use this to give the key information for an audience, is it; a workshop, a painting exhibition, something interactive?)
  • A contact email for audiences wanting to check details with you
  • A website or event listing link (for example this could link to Facebook/Eventbrite listing)

The Weekender is an open platform and our listing service is free, however the Weekender team reserves the right to reject listings.  We will not accept listings that:

  • are not directly linked to the visual arts
  • are not taking place on the Weekender dates
  • are not taking place in Plymouth (email us if your event is in the surrounding areas)
  • are taking place in public spaces managed by the Council unless you have approval from Plymouth City Council – see our advice on running events in public spaces
This year PAW projects that will extend beyond the Weekender and are open until/beyond 21st October can also sign up to the Atlantic Platform through the PAW submissions system. As part of this offer The Atlantic Project will:
  • Include your project/exhibition on the Atlantic Project map, which is part of their guidebook
  • List your project/exhibition on their website as part of the Atlantic Platform
  • Make social media ‘shares’ from their profiles