New article: artistic responses to COVID-19

Our review of early artistic responses to Covid-19 has been published in the The Polyphony, offering insights into key issues arising from the crisis. The review was completed by researchers of the ART/DATA/HEALTH project, Elodie Marandet, Harriet Barratt, and Aristea Fotopoulou. The conditions of isolation in the first few months of the Covid-19 pandemic have […]

DataArt workshops in Whitehawk – POSTPONED

We have postponed the workshops due to COVID-19   Staying healthy in Whitehawk   Do you live in East Brighton? Are you interested in art and creative work? Do you want to get healthier and more active?   We’re looking for adult participants who want to share their story about staying healthy in Whitehawk. You […]

ART/DATA/HEALTH Workshops Call for Participants

  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 […]

Talk at the BSA South-Coast Medical Sociology Study Group Symposium

Aristea will be speaking at the Symposium Creating Health and Wellbeing through Creative Endeavour(s) organised by the BSA South-Coast Medical Sociology Study Group in December. Date And Time: Thursday, 5 December 2019, 13:00 – 16:00 For more info and to book click here Building an interface between art and data science for health and wellbeing Dr Aristea Fotopoulou (University […]