The Frequency Festival of Digital Culture is a platform for celebrating the pioneering spirit of digital innovation and culture through exhibition, creative collisions and debate.
This year’s festival will take off on October 18 and will run until October 26 with a busy schedule of free events for everyone to enjoy.
Frequency launched in 2011 when more than 100 local, national and international artists exhibited their work to an audience of over 32,000.
The 2013 festival integrates local and international work from artists that use digital tools and new media into Lincoln’s landscape.
Installations, Projections, site-specific work and live performances will be hosted from a number of locations across the city and the mission is to develop long-term relationships with artists and art organisations internationally.
Frequency 2013 venues include:
- Lincoln Drill Hall
- The Collection
- Lincoln Performing Arts Centre
- Sincil St Gallery
- Angel Cafe
- Library commission venue
- The National Centre for Craft & Design
- Postern Gate
- Lincoln Castle
- Ritz Cinema
- St Swithin Churches
- Water Shop, pop-up
- University of Lincoln, public spaces
This year’s programme of events: