FAQ Category: Commission

Our commissions are often ‘place-based’, inviting creative practitioners to respond to a particular place. This has included cities, towns, beaches and waterways, National Trust sites, forests, and even a housing development that has not yet… Read more »

At the proposal stage, we are not looking for too much detail so it could be 4-6 lines of the key milestones in your project. This is an opportunity to show off your project management… Read more »

For the Hatfield Forest Commission we are seeking projects running from April to November 2024, with on-site delivery taking place between May and September. The appointed practitioner will need to work within this preferred timeline,… Read more »

Proposals are usually shortlisted by a panel of at least three people representing the commissioners, on the strength of the following: Response to the brief and relevance to ‘Place’ Evidenced in your outline of the… Read more »

We expect the appointed artists to evaluate and track the outcomes of the project, with our support, and we will provide guidelines for this on appointment. It is important for Essex Cultural Diversity Project, as… Read more »

Environmental Responsibility is the core theme for the Hatfield Forest commission, as detailed in the Commission Brief. ECDP and the National Trust are committed to minimising the potential for negative impacts on the environment. ECDP… Read more »

At the proposal stage, we’re not expecting a fully formed idea with worked up drawings, rather a strong creative idea and some interesting starting points (inspired by the commission brief), along with some thoughts about… Read more »

We accept written, verbal and video proposals for this commission, in response to the Commission Brief. We can also accept your submission in the form of a 1-2-1 interview with a member of the ECDP… Read more »