Meet the artists – October 2018 residency


Welcoming the new residents who will join us between the 14th – 28th October for the Bee Time Residency in Santa Lucia. This residency has been funded by the North West Consortium Doctoral Training Partnership and has selected four Ph.D. students who are joining us to further their practice-based research within their doctoral work. Here

What we learned at the LFTB conference


Learning from the Bees, a conference about natural bee husbandry, took place in Holland at the end of August. It was a brilliant coming together of contemporary thinkers and do-ers who are actively engaged in changing the narrative about honeybee protection. There were over 300 of us coming together from over 30 countries, and that

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Bee Time Artist residency July 2017


Participating artists: Cristina Ferrández [ES] / Ilaria Villagrassa & Roberto Ghisu [IT] / Florence Boyd [UK] / Jorge Gallardo Altamirano [ES] / Lynne Shapiro [US] / Nessa Darcy [IR] / Karmit EvenZur [IS,UK] / Veronica Marquez-Veytia [MX-ES] / Laila Holwerda [NL] / Joanna Laurie [AUS] & Lydia Heath [UK] & Pol Parrhesia [BG] as artistic

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Bee Connected shirts


One of the unique experiences we have when working with the Bee is an embodied awareness of interconnectedness. Often, during our residencies, participating artists find themselves engaged in mutually enhancing relational dynamics with each other, with the beekeepers they meet, and with the landscape they inhabit. Sarah Dowling, who came to our October 2016 residency

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Bee Time radio interview


In Vejer de la Frontera, just before Easter Sunday, on a day when the streets were filled with people attending the traditional bull run, a swarm of bees flew into the main street and settled on a shop window. Much to the horror or the town council who organized the event, the bees flew to