The Frequency Festival of Digital Culture will return to Lincoln from Friday 18th to Saturday 26th October 2013. Organisers said the festival will ‘bring to the city an extraordinary celebration of international arts, culture and technology.’ Frequency 2013 will explore the concept of revolution and will invite you to consider the impact of the digital revolution, asking how art and culture help us to articulate the dimensions and effects of change?
See below the fabulous Frequency Festival 2013 promotional sting by Senior Lecturers at the creative LSM, alumnus Graham Cooper with the soundtrack from David McSherry. Frequency Fest 2013, ‘Join the Revolution’ 18th-26th October 2013 and fly the flag!
The nine-day event will take place in a range of sites throughout Lincoln from non-traditional and unexpected locations across the city to established arts venues including …
… The Collection, Lincoln Drill Hall, LPAC and the University of Lincoln. There will be a range of unique opportunities for students from the University of Lincoln to take part in the festival experience as both artistic creators and consumers.
Following its successful launch in 2011, the second Frequency festival will again provide a platform to celebrate the pioneering spirit of digital culture through exhibition, creative collision and debate. With investment from a wide range of partners, including the University of Lincoln and Arts Council England, Frequency 2013 will include installations and exhibitions from local, national and international artists will transform historic venues across Lincoln. Festival Director Uzma Johal: “It will be a dynamic platform and showcase for Lincolnshire, putting us on the global map as an exciting destination for creativity and culture.”
The exhibition is being brought to the city thanks to a partnership between the University of Lincoln, Lincoln BIG, Visit Lincoln and Lincolnshire One Venues (LOV) with Threshold Studios, who will again take the lead as Festival Directors. Threshold Studios is an artist-led creative media and visual arts organisation specialising in the production of digital, moving image and public realm works.
Professor Mary Stuart, Vice Chancellor of the University of Lincoln, said: “We are delighted to be collaborating with the Frequency Festival of Digital Culture again. It provides a gateway for the public to experience revolutionary artwork that they might not otherwise have encountered, and here at the University of Lincoln, our staff and students are looking forward to being part of Frequency 2013.”
As well as integrating contemporary art into Lincoln’s landscape, the festival will also bring new opportunities for creative professionals and recent graduates, by creating a number of internship positions and inviting contributions from local artists. If you want to get involved, get in touch with Frequency now!