Connecting artists with emerging technologies, Wired Sussex launches Arts Driva @ FuseBox

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DRIVA Arts DRIVA logoWired Sussex has launched a new initiative providing artists with a unique opportunity to learn about, experiment with and utilise emerging technologies in their ideas, practices and work.

The ‘Arts Driva @ FuseBox’ programme, which is in partnership with the University of Brighton and is funded by Arts Council England and the European Structural Investment Fund, will give 12 selected artists a fully subsidised six-month residency at their innovation hub The FuseBox.

Through access to spaces, facilities, support and expertise, the programme will enable selected artists to:

- Gain training and knowledge in emerging technologies (immersive, interactive, 5G, quantum computing)
- Extend their practice using new technological tools and platforms
- Engage in collaborative activity with start-ups and innovators
- Develop methods to further impact and communicate with audiences
- Establish relationships with an extensive network of individuals and organisations
- Access commercial opportunities with local technology companies

Arts Driva @ FuseBox is a regional programme for artists based in Crawley, Brighton & Hove, Lewes, Croydon, Chichester, Horsham, Worthing and the surrounding areas.

More information about the opportunity and how to apply can be found here: https://www.thefuseboxbrighton.com/projects/arts-driva

Open days are also being held to give those interested a chance to visit The FuseBox, experience the immersive facilities and get a better understanding of what the programme offers.

Open day - Thursday 4th April: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arts-driva-the-fusebox-open-day-tickets-56900162919
Open day - Thursday 11th April: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/arts-driva-the-fusebox-open-day-tickets-56888841055

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About Wired Sussex

Wired Sussex exists to support the digital, media and technology cluster based in Sussex, centred in and around Brighton. Its mission is to help its 2,000+ member businesses to develop and grow to their maximum potential. Among other things, it provides centralised facilities for R&D in areas like Virtual Reality and 5G. It runs events, incubates new businesses, supports recruitment, brokers freelance assignments and project opportunities, advertises workspace and facilitates networking. It represents the sector to local and central government and encourages research to analyse the sector and assess its future needs.

Contact:

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Rosalie Hoskins
01273 692 888
rosalie@wiredsussex.com
http://www.wiredsussex.com

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