Frequency Festival 2013 is almost here! Fly the flag from 18th to 26th October in Lincoln. It’s a great opportunity to view, listen to and interact with a wide range of digital art & media. Head of LSM, Sarah Barrow wanted to signpost a couple of highlights from the Lincoln School of Media:
The screening of a 13 hour video installation by our very own Visiting Professor of Science and Media Chris Riley, Apollo Raw and Uncut, on Saturday 19th October, 9am-10pm, in LPAC. You can drop in any time. It’s incredible work. Another highlight for us is the provocative multimedia work of our colleague and LSM’s graduateMike Downing. Look out for festivals pocket guide on campus and in Lincoln city. You can preview most of the artists’ work online and follow the Festival on Facebook. The Frequency 13 trailer’s created by LSM alumnus Graham Cooper and sound track from LSM’s Senior Lecturer David McSherry.
The launch party is on 17th October on the Cornhill from 6pm ’til late…
From Sarah Barrow, Head of the Lincoln School of Media:Here’s a good opportunity to screen short films made by students, graduates and staff of the University as part of the Frequency Festival (18th-26th October). We’ve secured a slot at the prestigious ‘Collection’ venue in town on Saturday 26th October. If you’d like your work to be considered – it may be something already made or something you’d like to make over the next few days!
The winning prize will be an iPad mini for the film that the Festival directors like best – i.e. which they feel responds most effectively to the Festival theme. See the pointers for your entry.
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?