Architect's visualisation of the entrance to the new Stage 1 Building

Architect’s visualisation of the entrance to the new Stage 1 Building

CONNECT is the public art programme for the redevelopment of the Royal Sussex County Hospital.

It will bring a unique quality to the new patient and public environments, that reflects the hospital’s values of compassionate care for all.

The programme was launched in November 2016 and will result in commissions throughout the hospital including waiting rooms, treatment rooms, corridors and even the roof garden.



Photography in the 3Ts Redevelopment of the Royal Sussex County Hospital: Meet the Artists 6th December 2018

Four artists are creating new photography for the 3Ts Redevelopment of the Royal Sussex County Hospital, in Brighton. The work will be displayed permanently in 36 waiting rooms throughout the redevelopment’s first new building, which is due for completion at the end of 2020. Local residents are now being invited to find out more about the work and how they can be involved.

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Brighton-based ONCA has been appointed to support Royal Sussex County Hospital staff

Emerge is a creative project for staff in departments affected by the transition into 3TS. Brighton- based ONCA will develop creative activities for staff, to support wellbeing in this time of change. ONCA will develop activities in dialogue with staff, listening to what they need and offering creative opportunities in response to their comments. As an arts organisation specialising in ...

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Current Commissions

View the latest commissions for 3Ts below:


Emerge will help to improve staff morale and wellbeing during the transitional move from the old hospital into the new 3Ts Redevelopment

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Connect Legacy Project

This commission will explore, interpret and celebrate the history of the Royal Sussex County Hospital.

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Art and Wayfinding: Lifts and Corridors

The wayfinding strategy for the 3Ts Redevelopment will mean that visitors to the new hospital buildings will be able to navigate using feature wall artworks, as well as the standard signage system.

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Sharon Ting, a textile artist who creates colourful abstract panels for public spaces, has been appointed to develop an aesthetic approach to the whole Sanctuary space within the 3Ts redevelopment.

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