The creative and cultural agency behind Frequency Festival, Threshold Studios, are conducting a national Artists and Creatives Survey 2022 is to research and better understand the current needs and barriers facing artists and creatives in relation to technology and socially engaged practice. Fill it in and give your input!January 25, 2022 on Blog, Homepage featured, News
Watch the official Frequency Festival 2021 film on our YouTube channel now.
After a year of isolation and disconnection, Frequency 2021 offered an opportunity to explore outdoor public spaces once more, to be surprised and delighted and to reconnect safely with the city and each other. The biennial festival offered online and real-world encounters as it celebrated 10 years of bringing inventive digital culture into Lincoln’s historic city.January 25, 2022 on Blog, Homepage featured, News, Video
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
A huge thank you to everyone who attended our 10th year anniversary of Frequency Festival! You made this year’s festival so special for all of us.
The theme for Frequency 2021 was ‘Connection‘ – to place, people, environment, self. Culture plays a huge part in encouraging us to explore our public spaces and to connect with one another and with the city once again. Here are some highlights from Frequency Festival 2021.December 6, 2021 on Blog, Homepage featured, News updates
The first season of Darkfield Radio shows launched in July 2020 to critical acclaim, featuring in major film festivals such as Venice International Film Festival, IDFA and Raindance Film Festival, Tribeca Film Festival and winning Columbia’s Digital Storytelling Lab’s Breakthrough Award in recognition of the year’s most innovative narrative.October 31, 2021 on Blog
Established in 2007, Zest Theatre is a national touring theatre company creating eye-opening work for young people. Delivering over 100 performances and reaching nearly 20,000 people annually, they tour to theatres, outdoor spaces and schools with a variety of interactive, immersive, site specific and promenade productions. Their new work Monolith is in Frequency’s online programme, so we asked them a few questions about the theme of this year’s festival.October 31, 2021 on Blog
Air Giants’ Luma is coming to Lincoln Cornhill on Sunday 31st October for Frequency Festival 2021.
With a small team of artists, roboticists, puppeteers and software engineers based in Bristol, UK, the Air Giants team applies soft robotic design principles at a super-scale, and their innovations in air control and sensing systems bring their creations to life.October 31, 2021 on Blog
Tune in and relax as you listen to an improvised digital piece designed to free your mind of the distractions of modern life. A wonderfully tongue in cheek performance created by Lola-Rose Maxwell, Jay Bennett and Martin Willis of live comedy production company and mental health support organisation, Objectively Funny.October 29, 2021 on Blog, Homepage featured
Studio Above&Below, Frequency Festival and Lincolnshire Co-op (the owners of the land where Digital Atmosphere is sited) invites anyone who sees or experiences this work to consider how they can take positive steps to help the environmental challenges that we are all facing.October 29, 2021 on Blog
Artist and storyteller Thomas Buckley is premiering his work entitled Repositorium at Frequency Festival 2021! He is very interested in how objects hold the marks of the people who use them and tell individual stories. We asked him about his practice to find out more.October 27, 2021 on Blog
Frequency Festival are very excited to showcase Studio Above&Below’s work, Digital Atmosphere; an interactive, mixed reality sculpture providing an interesting narrative on pollution and climate change. Find out more about the artists of the work in this post.October 27, 2021 on Blog