The beneficiaries of the ART/DATA/HEALTH project principally belong in the following main groups:
- Disadvantaged communities and the general public
- Care and third sector
- Art sector and creative industries
- enhance the capacity of disadvantaged people to handle health information and to use digital technologies, in order to adopt healthier behaviours
- advance strategies and offer new approaches for health communication within the care sector
- offer artists, designers and the creative industry who wish to transform data into art form a new participatory and experimental process
BRIGHTON & HOVE COUNCIL Public Health
BRIGHTON & HOVE TRUST BHT Threshold Women’s Service and Mental Health and Wellbeing Services
NHS BRIGHTON & HOVE Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG)
The NHS Brighton and Hove Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is responsible for making sure that the people of Brighton and Hove have access to the healthcare services they need by commissioning (buying) health services from healthcare providers. It also have a statutory duty to reduce health inequalities across the city, which is relevant to this research project.
Brighton Fringe is the largest open-access arts festival in England. It is an international festival that is at the same time rooted in the community. It embraces every art form and every form of artistic expression, and supports both new and established performers in trying out new work and taking risks. In 2018 Brighton Fringe consisted of 1008 events in 164 venues across the city, and attracted audiences of over 596,000. Brighton Fringe Ltd is a registered charity.
BRIGHTON DIGITAL FESTIVAL
The Brighton Digital Festival (BDF) is a platform that supports and encourages people across the city to experience and explore digital technology and culture. The festival both celebrates Brighton’s creativity, its innovative digital economy and top-level arts scene and provides space for meaningful critique about the role of digital technology in reshaping life and culture. As the fastest growing digital festival in the UK, with an audience of more than 60,000 in 2016 for 190+ events and a far-reaching reputation, BDF is a vehicle for social change.