100 poems about 100 places. Our national story can be found in the buildings all around us, from Brixton Market to King Arthur’s Round Table.
From hidden gems to famous landmarks, Your England is an installation and series of readings by artist Dan Thompson which showcases the history of our country.
www.danthompson.co.ukJuly 26, 2019 on Blog, Blog, Online Zone
We are very excited to announce that our fifth edition of Frequency Festival will be hosted in Lincoln from 24–27 October 2019.November 20, 2018 on Blog
Frequency Festival of Digital Culture returns to Lincoln for its fourth edition from 20-29 October 2017. A biennial festival, it provides a platform to celebrate the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate.
The 2017 festival integrates artists’ work from all over the world into Lincoln’s heritage landscape, galleries, streets and shopping district in the form of installations, projections, site-specific work, talks and live performances.June 14, 2017 on Blog, News
Frequency Festival, Lincoln’s biennial celebration of digital culture, will return for a fourth edition in 2017 thanks to a major grant award from Arts Council England.
Yesterday Arts Council England announced funding of £165,000 through its National Lottery funded Grants for the Arts programme to support Frequency 2017, a 10-day programme of arts events which will take place from 20 – 29th October 2017 during Autumn Half Term.March 3, 2017 on News
We have now brought Frequency Festival 2015 to a close.
This year we’ve ventured deep into the heart of the internet, taken a journey under the sea and fought for our right to dream. We found out if we were pretty or ugly and whether that even matters, we saw just how much the internet knows about us and heard the noise our digital communications create. We took a road trip through the US, got buried alive, flew into space from our apartments and even found enlightenment in a shopping centre. All in just ten days.November 4, 2015 on News
On Wednesday 28 October, Lincoln Cultural and Arts Partnership (LCAP) will host a Culture Cafe at The Rest, 55 Steep Hill, Lincoln, 6pm – 7.30pm.
This event will focus on the relationship between the arts and business in our great small city and will seek to support network-building amongst creative professionals and local business owners and entrepreneurs.October 26, 2015 on News, News updates
As part of Frequency Festival we have a variety of creative conversations with some of the artists featured in our programme. This is an opportunity for people to get to chat to the artist and learn a bit more about their work, casual and inclusive for allOctober 26, 2015 on News, News updates
Founded 15yrs ago and based in London, seeper is a collective of people creating a variety of work utilising technology and the possibilities of user interaction. By creating interactive and accessible work, they aim to introduce older and younger generations to things they may not have seen before.October 23, 2015 on Blog, News updates