Brighton Fuse starts with the belief that by connecting the arts, humanities and design with digital and ICT, then creativity and innovation can be enhanced.
An initial 2-year research and development project which mapped, measured and assisted Brighton’s creative, digital and IT (CDIT) cluster was carried out in 2013. The project supported mutually beneficial connections between higher education, those engaged in the creation of arts and culture and Brighton’s digital technology sector. The results of the survey can be found here.
A further study was carried out, this time focusing on freelancers in the sector. The full report of research findings can be found here.
Brighton Fuse is supported by an advisory board of representatives from digital and media businesses, local and national government, the arts and higher education.
See details of the many individuals working on this unique project.
Brighton Fuse is funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council.
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BRIGHTON FUSE UPDATES
- Jul 1, 2015
Brighton Fuse – Reports and Findings
- Jan 27, 2015
Brighton Fuse Freelancer Report – Media Coverage
- Jan 26, 2015
Brighton Fuse Freelancer Report
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