We had prepared a program of local actions around climate change in the Barbate River basin to be carried out between April and June of this year 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic has made us rethink not only the dates, but also the essentiality and format of each of the actions in this program. In these
A documentary about people who’s hearts have been touched by honeybees. We are glad to let you know that we have begun editing the many hours of footage we filmed during our visit to Israel and Palestine last November. Here we have a short excerpt of the unfolding story that we are happy to share
Estuvimos en El Factor Wow, al que fuimos invitados por Estefanía Muñoz para participar en la tercera jornada del ciclo de conferencias organizado por la Escuela de Arte Mateo Inurria en Córdoba, que tuvo lugar en el mastodonte de hormigón que mantuvo casi cuatro años sus puertas cerradas y sus salas sin usar. El C3A.
Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and right doing, there is a field. I’ll meet you there… Rumi This journey came as an indirect invitation from the bees. Bee Time was invited by Yossi Aud, an Israeli beekeeper and advocate, to a conference in Tel Aviv University about biodynamic and urban beekeeping. Jorge, Pol and I
Convocatoria abierta hasta el 17 de diciembre de 2019! Estamos muy contentas por haber sido seleccionadas por el programa #SantanderEmpleaCultura destinado a crear empleo entre jóvenes especializados y con reciente titulación en cultura contemporánea. Una ayuda que apuesta por favorecer la profesionalización del sector de la cultura y contribuir al fortalecimiento de organizaciones dedicadas al
We are pleased to announce that our project Sustainable Municipalities: Facing climate change in daily life has been selected together with five other projects out of 152 projects submitted to the open call ‘Composing knowledge in order to understand contemporary challenges‘ by Daniel y Nina Carasso Foundation. The launch event took place on Monday september
During the two weeks of Bee Time, our conversations and discussions informed my thinking and making on a deep level. It suddenly seemed odd to point at my sculpture and say – I made that. That’s mine. It seemed that everything I was making was somehow the result of the group’s collective thinking. Carrie Foulkes
Over the last four years, we have been working in two parallel directions; Exploring the local ecology, through the work with honeybees and exploring the local memory present in the fabric of the place we live in. We now see how these two things are interrelated. Santa Moviez was created when a group of teenagers
BeeTime visit to Israel/Palestine during the first two weeks in November will include visits to projects and meetings with people involved with natural beekeeping. Inspired by the honeybee, we will seek stories of collaboration and co-existence, of the possibility for peace as lived by people connected to the landscape and active in the social realm.
ART & ECOLOGY – RESEARCH RESIDENCY – Welcome to our OPEN STUDIO next Thursday 19th of September from 18h to 21h30 at the Aula de la Naturaleza, Santa Lucía – Vejer de la Frontera. ART & ECOLOGY – RESEARCH RESIDENCY September 1-22nd 2019, Santa Lucía, Vejer de la Frontera, Spain Finding the Common Thread We