Artist George Eksts’ exhibition titled Serious String at Mansions of the Future has been re-curated by visitors at Frequency Festival over the past four days. The works exhibited in a special framework, and on wheels, allowed visitors, gallery staff and the artist to put the works together and to re-curate the show.October 27, 2019 on Blog, Online Zone
Victoria Roberts shares the creative process behind her black and white photographs, Industrial Quarry. The creative brief came from Frequency 2019’s theme of “Disruption=Cultural Reinvention”, during a module in her second year studying BA Photography at University of Lincoln.October 27, 2019 on Blog, Online Zone
Calling all future artists and inventors! We want you to show us what you think art and inventions for Lincoln could look like 100 years from now. And be in with a chance of winning a £25 Smiggle voucher!October 27, 2019 on Blog, News, News updates, Online Zone, Uncategorized
Zach Walker and Reeps One have brought this audio reactive laser bending vibrating structure to Frequency Festival 2019 in Lincoln’s Posterngate.October 26, 2019 on Blog, Online Zone
It’s been a fantastic Friday at Frequency 2019, thank you to everyone who came along!
We’ve had an exciting array of exhibitions, VR experiences, interactive and immersive installations, performances, family-friendly workshops and our Digital After Dusk event until 9pm. Here are a few of the highlights…October 26, 2019 on Blog, Online Zone
Print Magazine by Artist Matt Snellin, and commissioned by Frequency Festival, is a publication aimed at emerging talented creatives. View the full publication in the Online Zone, or you can pick up a hard-copy at any of our Festival sites.October 25, 2019 on Blog, Online Zone
We’re having ‘A Moment of Madness’ and offering a special discounted ticket price of £15 for a group of up to 4 people to join in this unique part performance part live gameplay experience on Friday and Saturday this week.October 24, 2019 on Blog, Blog, News, News updates