HERstory:Lincoln – Arch 468
Date: Thursday 28 – Sunday 31 October
Time: All Day
Location: St Marks Square (Garden)
Created by award-winning arts company Arch 468, HERstory is an audio storytelling experience that uncovers the stories of women usually hidden from history.
These are the real stories of women from Lincoln and beyond. Listen as they open up about living through the COVID-19 pandemic. Insightful and inspiring, HERstory carves out a space where women can be heard. We invite you to enjoy a meditative moment in St Marks Square Garden, discovering stories that celebrate the truth and power of women all around us.
New Lincoln stories will be premiered at Frequency Festival. No booking needed, just bring your headphones and scan the QR codes with each photo portrait to hear their narrative.
Visit Lincoln.HERstorytrail to access the digital works online.
About the Artists
Arch 468 is an arts production and development hub that exists to shape the cultural ecology of the future. They seek to subvert the mainstream by telling revolutionary stories in popular, accessible ways. Since 2007, Arch 468 have won a number of awards for national and internationally-touring work.
Facebook: Arch 468
Twitter: @Arch468 #HERStoryTrail
About the Commission
Created by award-winning arts company Arch 468 & Stef O’Driscoll, HERstory is an audio storytelling experience that uncovers the stories of women usually hidden from history.
It was co-commissioned with Brighton Festival and Lighthouse. The original production premiered as part of the Brighton Festival 2021.
HERstory: Lincoln has been commissioned through Digital Democracies, a two-year programme led by Threshold Studios and supported by Arts Council England. Digital Democracies connects three UK-based commissioning festivals, Frequency International Festival of Digital Culture (Produced by Threshold Studios), Freedom Festival (Produced by Freedom Festival Arts Trust) and Brighton Digital Festival (Directed by Lighthouse) to explore the intersection of technology, art and public space.
HERstory poster image credit: Amaal Said