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After ten years of successfully presenting Play Me, I’m Yours over 80 times in 60 cities internationally, the art project has been copied by dozens of cities worldwide. The phenomenon created by British artist Luke Jerram, has become part of our culture with pianos popping up in airports and railway stations across the globe.

Moving forward, any new organisations or groups who are interested in presenting their own version of this street piano project should contact studio@lukejerram.com to purchase a 55 page guidance document toolkit. The toolkit includes a Project Management Overview, Timelines, Budget Template, Risk Assessments, Artists and Venue Contracts, etc.  It is based on the last ten years experience of delivering this project globally and it provides everything you need to make your street piano project a success.

Please Note: We are no longer able to accept piano donations.

Journalists, academics and students who want more information about the project, including Press FAQs and high resolution images please visit www.streetpianos.com/press-area/

You can also subscribe to Luke’s Quarterly Newsletter to find out about his other artworks, including Museum of the Moon and Glass Microbiology.