#Tech4Good – Arts and Culture Award

iDiversity are proud to be sponsoring the Arts and Culture Award in this year’s #Tech4Good Awards.  

What are the Tech4Good Awards?

The Tech4Good Awards recognise organisations and individuals who use digital technology to improve the lives of others and make the world a better place.

Slide The Arts & Culture
Award 2020
Sponsored by iDiversity Consulting and Arts Council England

At iDiversity we want to share and raise awareness of how technology can overcome challenges, this is a new and inspiring category looking at Arts and Culture.

The Arts and Culture sector align with iDiversity’s ethos of inclusion, where we can celebrate different backgrounds and abilities coming together on common grounds, boasting opportunity for learning and creativity.

 #Tech4Good Arts and Culture Award – The Finalists

Artist Support Pledge 


The Artist Support Pledge, was created and executed by the artist Matthew Burrows. It is designed to build a generous culture of artists and buyers and create a sustainable economy for artists and makers.
Artists post pictures of their art for sale on their Instagram account, costing £200 or less, with the hashtag #artistsupportpledge. Anyone interested can purchase the artwork through direct message. For every £1,000 of sales an artist makes, they pledge to reinvest £200 in the scheme, supporting a continuing flow of sales.



The Cooper Gallery/Barnsley Museums



The Cooper Gallery, operated by Barnsley Museums, began creating digital jigsaws online once it had to close its doors in March 2020 due to the pandemic. The jigsaws are made using artwork from their collections, even though visitors were unable to visit the museum the team have managed to keep their audience engaged online through daily puzzles and challenges on the museums social media pages.

Universal Viewer



The Universal Viewer (UV) is a direct response to the challenge of making cultural knowledge accessible online. Adopted internationally, the UV is used to serve up some of the world’s most valuable cultural assets as high resolution, zoomable images, 3D models, PDFs, eBooks, audio and video.





Hatsumi develops playful, new and innovative approaches to improve physical and mental health that integrates immersive technology, storytelling, and design. Its core product, Bodymapping, is a virtual reality adaptation of the arts and health research method, body map storytelling, which assists to help patients feel seen, heard and better understood.


Graeae Theatre Company


Graeae Theatre Company are a human rights charity that support the talent of both established and early career D/deaf and disabled artists by connections to opportunities, advice, training, mentoring and creative spaces within a national network of theatres, through their artistic development programme.