How to Hire Performing Artists for Campus Events
Last Updated: June 30, 2014 12:53:24 PM PDT
Faculty and staff, learn how to hire performing artists and speakers and how to complete university performance contracts.
All performance agreements for campus departments, UCSD staff, and faculty must be processed through the University Events Office (UEO). Follow the steps below.
In the right place? Student organizations must submit performance agreement and event planning information through their Center for Student Involvement advisor.
- Performing artists in these categories are eligible for UCSD contract agreements:
- Dance company/ dancer
- These types of entertainment are not eligible:
- Event title, performer's name, and description of event
- Performance date, start and end time, performance venue
- Any university obligations, such as travel arrangements, accommodations, or necessary equipment
- Payment information, including address, phone number, and citizenship of payee and amount to be paid
- Sponsoring department information, including department name and Mail Code, and your name, phone number, and e-mail
- Choose the correct form, depending on the total monetary value of the performance:
- If the total monetary value is less than $1,000, complete and submit the short form.
- Your department must pay a $10 form processing fee, which will be recharged to the index number you provide.
- If the total monetary value is $1,000 or greater, complete and submit the long form.
- Your department must pay a $15 form processing fee, which will be recharged to the index number you provide.
- UEO will e-mail you a PDF of the completed performance agreement.
- Following instructions on the agreement form, the artist or agent will sign the performance agreement and return it via fax or mail to the University Events Office.
- If the signed agreement is returned to you by mistake, mail it to University Events Office (UEO), Mail Code 0064, or fax to Kate Pappas at (858) 534-2127.
- The University Events Office will send you a copy of the executed performance agreement.
- After you receive a copy of the signed agreement, see How to Pay a Performing Artist.
- You must have a fully executed contract before payment can be made.
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