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10×10 PÚBLICA Innovation in Culture

Bee Time has been selected to attend 10×10 Pública; Fundación Contemporánea and Fundación Sabadell’s open call for cultural innovation. We are delighted to say that we were one of the three project support awards to be selected! In addition to the award, we received guidance from a group of experts who highlighted the potential of

Open Space ‘The Mills’

Uniendo nuestra visión para diseñar un proyecto de cultura regenerativa en Santa Lucia Los 2 y 3 de diciembre compartimos junto a las vecinas y vecinos de Santa Lucía, El Circulillo de Permacultura de La Janda (Cádiz), el grupo de permacultura La Boldina de Sevilla y la comunidad de aprendizaje Apijanda dos intensos días de

Let’s say

We share this moment of our encounter on Art and Ecology at the NMAC Foundation, held during the Beetime#4 residence, focused on System Thinking and the ecological approach. A context of conversation to collectively assemble a possible landscape on the aesthetics of the natural in art. An activity guided by Jorge Gallardo, based on the

Beetimers, October 2017

Beetimers, October 2017

Bee Time Artist Residency IV / October 16th-29th 2017 The upcoming residency is dedicated to Systems Thinking and the ecological approach, where we will be exploring the interconnected webs that contribute to honeybee health or crisis. We are happy to present the following artists who will be participating in this upcoming edition, in Santa Lucia:

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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