Along with Future Everything, Dundee University and a range of arts organisations, we’ve recently agreed to collaborate on a new research project. It aims to help arts organisations make the most of the data stored within their existing networks to improve their services, efficiency, and decision making. It’s funded by Nesta, AHRC and Arts Council England’s Digital R&D fund for the Arts.

So we’ll be bringing our graph database, data science and user-experience skills to the party whilst Dundee University will be offering their expertise on Social Network Analysis. Future Everything are coordinating the project and contributing their long-standing and deep knowledge of what happens when technology meets the arts. Together we’ll work out how to build tools to exploit the kind of data held by our partner arts organisations.

We’re excited to see what we can build together, and also to have the chance to learn from the experiences of other consortia being funded by the programme. Read a bit more on this project at FutureEverything’s site.

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