To celebrate our 10 year anniversary of Frequency Festival we asked artists and audiences to write about their journey with Frequency, and send us in some of their memories.
In this blog post we hear from an amazing artist we have worked with in 2013 and again in 2019, Rebecca Smith from Urban Projections.January 20, 2022 on Blog, Blog, Homepage featured, News
Frequency Festival is back from 28th-31st October and we’re looking for passionate and enthusiastic volunteers to join our events team.
If you’ve volunteered with us before or if you’re new to Frequency, it’s a fantastic opportunity to get involved with the creative industries, meet new people and do some volunteering in Lincoln.October 18, 2021 on Blog, Blog, News, News updates
This free online session on Wednesday 18 August, 1pm-4pm (BST) is led by light artist Thomas Buckley, who will introduce participants to the basics of hacking, breaking, and inventing things, exploring themes of scale, surface, and working in a way that’s accessible.August 6, 2021 on Blog, Blog, News
As a proud partner in Digital Democracies we are pleased to announce the second Artist Development event – Masterclass #2: The Art of Sound.
This free online session on Wednesday 21 July, 1pm-4pm (BST) is led by artist and sound designer Thor McIntyre-Burnie (Aswarm GB).July 14, 2021 on Blog
Frequency Festival returns 28-31 October 2021 with a theme reflecting our times: Connection
Frequency Festival returns to animate the streets of Lincoln and exhibit works online for 4 days this autumn. This year’s theme of Connection is inspired by our desire to reconnect again. It is a response to the environment, digital inequity and re-emerging from the pandemic.July 12, 2021 on Blog
WE-Hope and Digital Democracies have announced a Call-Out for Artists to create a new interactive digital animation that will premiere at this year’s festival in October. (Deadline: 5 July 2021)June 28, 2021 on Blog, Homepage featured, News updates
Frequency is seeking an experienced Event Producer to lead on the delivery of this year’s International Festival of Digital Culture in Lincoln. (Deadline: 2 July 2021)June 7, 2021 on Blog, Homepage featured, News updates
At the launch event of Frequency 2019, University of Lincoln filmed for their Why Arts Matter campaign. Hear from some of the partners of Frequency Festival 2019 and industry guests speak about Why Arts Matter and how we can all help to support and grow the arts.December 9, 2019 on Blog, Video