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Bee Time

Deadline: 1 Sep, 2017

Disciplines: Activism, All Disciplines, Collaboration, Community, Dance, Experimental, Installation, Land Art, Performance, Research, Social Practice, Visual Arts.

Location: Santa Lucia, , Cadiz, Spain

Deadline: 1 Sep, 2017

Duration: Two weeks

Eligibility: artists of all disciplines

Support: Natural beekeeping and bee related resources. Stipend towards contact with local beekeepers and studio space.

Costs: Travel to the program. Fees to cover some of accommodation and food costs.


Program Description:

Bee Time Artist Residency is a two week program where participants explore the ecology of the honeybee within a setting of a particular region, and come into contact with local beekeepers. During this time, the artists spend time observing hives and learning about the bee colony life cycles and it’s intimate interrelationship with the landscape. The artists are invited to co-create together with a shared vision in a non-hierarchical, collaborative and fluid way, inspired by hive consciousness. They then explore the possibility of creatively engaging with the hives within their landscape.

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