Hove residents will have the chance to help decide elements of the first sculpture to be put on the new Hove Plinth next spring.
The first sculpture, selected as part of a public contest, will be Constellation by Jonathan Wright, a part mechanical model of the solar system where the planets will be replaced by icons representing Hove.
A series of workshops is being held over the next few weeks to help select which objects are chosen, with suggestions invited of which places and landmarks in Hove should be represented.
A spokeswoman for the project said: “It’s all happening! We want to have your views on the most exciting, relevant or significant places and landmarks in Hove that make it a special and interesting place.
“We need your suggestions for objects that communicate why people love to live in Hove and why it is a place to be proud of. We want the sculpture to communicate your love of Hove, why it is special to you and What Makes Hove Hove.”
The workshops are being held next week at the following times and places.
Monday, 25 September – 10am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm
Tuesday, 24 October – 10am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm
Tuesday, 31 October – 10am-12 noon and 2pm-4pm
Brighton along a photograph (either digital or printed) displaying your suggested object to include in the final sculpture. All suggestions will be recorded.
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first served basis