ART/DATA/HEALTH Workshops Call for Participants


faculty workshop

 

  • Would you like to know more about how to translate data into impactful stories?

  • Are you interested in creating a data-driven campaign for your organisation?

  • Do you want to work alongside community artists and take part in the Brighton Fringe Festival?

 

 

 

We are offering an exciting opportunity for people working in a charity or not-for-profit organisation in the area of Brighton & Hove to take part in a series of staff development workshops. These workshops are free and offered by researchers of the “ART/DATA/HEALTH: Data as creative material for health and wellbeing”, a research project based at the University of Brighton. The project aims to help organisations use health and wellbeing data as the source of experiential stories and as the source material for creative expression.

During the workshops you will be working alongside at team of artists and University researchers. You will use a combination of creative media, storytelling and data analytics to explore evidence around health and wellbeing. We will be focusing on drug & alcohol abuse, but also other ideas and data of interest to you and your team. The artwork will be exhibited in the Brighton Fringe Festival.

 

WHEN & WHERE

 

Workshop 1: 13th February 2020, 10am – 4 pm, Moulsecoomb.

Workshop 2: 14th February 2020, 10am – 2pm, Moulsecoomb.

Workshop 3: 27th February 2020, 10am – 2pm, Brighton (central area).

Workshop 4: 28th February 2020, 10am – 4pm, Brighton (central area).

 

How to sign up

We have only a few spaces available so if you are interested in attending, please email us as soon as possible and by 24th January at info@artdatahealth.org. Please note that the spaces will be allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Find out more at www.artdatahealth.org

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‘ART/ DATA/HEALTH: data as creative material for health and wellbeing (AH/S004564/1 2019-2021)’ is funded by the UKRI-AHRC Innovation Leadership Fellowship, led by PI Dr Aristea Fotopoulou, and hosted by the University of Brighton.

 

 

 

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