15 March 2015

B.talking 17 April 2015
Friday 17 April 2015

B.talking

Friday 17 April 2015 
7-10 pm

The Reading Room and Chapel,

High Street,

Wellingore,
LN5 0HW

You’re very welcome to join us for the third B.talking event of our current B.professional programme. Come view and hear about the work of our B.resident artist Cedar Lewisohn plus our B.mentored artists Ellie Collins, Claire Morris-Wright, Alice White. You will be able to enjoy some wholesome food and refreshments together with stimulating conversations about contemporary art.

You can book for this free event here:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/btalking-tickets-15402988754

There is free return travel by minibus to Wellingore. The minibus will depart from outside The Collection, 1 Danes Terrace, Lincoln LN2 1LP at 5.45 and continue on to Wellingore stopping at villages along the A607 Grantham Road to pick up attendees if required. The return minibus will depart Wellingore at 10pm.

Seats on the minibus must be booked in advance by 16 April please email: info@beaconartproject.com

21 December 2014

B.talking
Friday 9 January 2015 7-10pm

Lorrice Douglas 2014

Lorrice Douglas 2014

B.talking

Friday 9 January 2015 
7-10 pm
The Reading Room and Chapel,
High Street,
Wellingore, LN5 0HW

You’re very welcome to join us for the second B.talking event of our current B.professional programme. Come view and hear about the work of our second B.resident artist Lorrice Douglas plus our B.mentored artist Scott Mason and invited guest artist Alec Shepley. You will be able to enjoy some wholesome food and refreshments together with stimulating conversations about contemporary art.

You can book for this free event here:https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/btalking-tickets-14259553709

If you live within a 15-mile radius of Wellingore a free return travel by minibus is available and must be booked in advance by 8 January please email: info@beaconartproject.com.

2 November 2014

B.talking-1

The Calm Before The Storm.

The Calm Before The Storm.

Our first B.talking event was a great success with nearly 60 attendees making it a memorable Beacon event with an incredibly engaged and enthusiastic audience.

'I felt that there was particular edge to the audience on the evening that created an interesting tension in the performances and presentations by all the artists involved.' Marc Renshaw

During the evening there were presentations from Alexandra Parry our first B.resident artist who showed the work she produced durimng her residency. Together with projects developed by artists Marc Renshaw and GÂST as part of our B.mentored programme.

'We have found your mentorship very thoughtful, inspiring, and critical in the maturity of our practice.' GÂST

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15 September 2014

B.talking
Friday 10 October 7-10pm

B.talking

Friday 10 October
7-10 pm

The Reading Room and Chapel,
High Street,
Wellingore, LN5 0HW

You’re very welcome to join us at this, the first B.talking event of our current B.professional programme. Come view and hear about the work of our B.resident artist Alexandra Parry plus our B.mentored artists Marc Renshaw and GÂST. You will be able to enjoy some wholesome food and refreshments together with stimulating conversations about contemporary art.

If you live within a 15-mile radius of Wellingore a free return travel by minibus is available and must be booked in advance by 8 October please email: info@beaconartproject.com.

You can book for this free event here:
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/btalking-tickets-12927585757

27 March 2014

SEEN CREATED
12 April 2014

Clare Charnley and Vanessa Grasse, <i>to dizionario from dicionário</i>

Clare Charnley and Vanessa Grasse, to dizionario from dicionário

To celebrate the work of contemporary live art performance, the National Centre for Craft and Design has commissioned Beacon Art Project to curate a programme of performance and film to complement their current exhibition Creating A Scene.

Friday 11 April,  6-8pm
Launch Event and Film Programme

An evening of short films featuring artist performances incorporating theatricality, props, costume and speech.

Amanda Coogan, Gillian Dyson, Doug Fishbone, Wayne Lloyd and Bob and Roberta Smith.

Saturday 12 April,  12-4 pm 
Live Performances
A sequence of performances by artists that are being re-staged specifically for the unique space of the Terry O’Toole Theatre. You will be served lunch, be engaged and enthralled by a range of exciting artist performances.

Amelia Beavis-Harrison, Clare Charnley and Vanessa Grasse, Gillian Dyson, Marcia Farquhar with Ella Finer and Kitty Finer, Fabiola Paz, The Postmethodists.

Terry O’Toole Theatre,
NK Centre, Moor Lane,
North Hykeham, Lincoln LN6 9AX

Tickets: £3
Book tickets: http://www.terryotooletheatre.org.uk/events/seen-created/

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29 October 2012

Beacon Bi-Monthly 13
Friday 2 November 2012

Yelena Popova, RCA Installation, 2011 Photo: Yelena Popova

Yelena Popova, RCA Installation, 2011 Photo: Yelena Popova

Friday 2 November 2012
Reading Room & Chapel, High Street, Wellingore, Lincoln LN5 0HW

An evening of artists’ presentations and interventions
Guests selected in association with Primary, Nottingham's newest artists' space


Rebecca Beinart, Nottingham based artist and educator
Matthew Chesney, Nottingham based artist and director of Backlit gallery and studios
Yelena Popova, Nottingham based artist

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3 September 2012

Beacon Bi-Monthly 12
Friday 7 September 2012

Mel Brimfield, <i>Between Genius and Desire </i> (installation view) 2012

Mel Brimfield, Between Genius and Desire (installation view) 2012

An evening of artists’ presentations and interventions
Friday 7 Sept 2012
Reading Room & Chapel, High Street, Wellingore, Lincoln LN5 0HW

Guests:
Mel Brimfield
Scott Mason
Helen Stratford

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7 July 2012

Bi-Monthly 11
6 July 2012

Sarah Staton,  <i>The Rain is Heaviest over the Hills</i>  2011

Sarah Staton, The Rain is Heaviest over the Hills 2011

An evening of artists’ presentations and interventions
Friday 6 July 2012, 7-10pm
Reading Room & Chapel, High Street, Wellingore, Lincoln LN5 0HW

Sarah Staton Artist
Traci Kelly Nottinghamshire based artist, selected by The Summer Lodge (A Fine Art research event at Nottingham Trent University)
Reactor Art group

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24 June 2012

PLOWMAN'S LUNCH
22 June 2012

Visibility and Invisibility: Audience, Artist and Curator
Reading Room & Chapel, High Street, Wellingore, Lincoln LN5 0HW

Food, conversation and debate were shared with guest speakers Penelope Curtis, Director of Tate Britain and Alfredo Cramerotti, Director of Mostyn, Wales. The programme for the day was structured around the lunch with questions before and answers after, incorporating contributions from two artists previously commissioned by Beacon, Doug Fishbone and Kelly Large.

Alfredo Cramerotti is a writer, curator, editor and artist working across a variety of media such as TV, radio, publishing, internet, media festivals, photography, writing and exhibition curating. He directs Mostyn, Wales’ largest and leading contemporary art centre, co-directs AGM Culture, roaming curatorial agency and CPS Chamber of Public Secrets, media & art production unit (co-curator of Manifesta 8, the European Biennial of Contemporary Art, Region of Murcia, Spain, 2010). He is Research Scholar at the European Centre for Photography Research, University of Wales, Newport, Visiting Lecturer in various European Universities among others NTU Nottingham Trent University, University of Westminster, HEAD Geneva and DAI Dutch Arts Institute, and Editor of the Critical Photography book series by Intellect Books. His own publications include the book Aesthetic Journalism: How to inform without informing (2009) and Unmapping the City: Perspectives of Flatness (2010).

www.alcramer.net

Penelope Curtis In 1988 Penelope Curtis joined the new Tate Gallery Liverpool as Exhibitions Curator. In 1994 she moved to the Henry Moore Institute in Leeds, where as Curator, she was responsible for a programme of historical and contemporary sculpture exhibitions, collections building in sculpture and archive, and research activity including events, fellowships and publications. She has written widely on 20th-century British sculpture, on European art and architecture of the inter-war years, and on many contemporary sculptors including Thomas Schűtte, Gerard Byrne and Isa Genzken. She is author of Sculpture 1900-1945: After Rodin (OUP, 1999) and Patio and Pavilion: The place of sculpture in Modern Architecture (Ridinghouse, 2007) and has recently curated Modern British Sculpture at the Royal Academy, London. Penelope Curtis became Director of Tate Britain in April 2010.

8 May 2012

Bi-Monthly 10
4 May 2012

S. Mark Gubb <i>The Bewildered Herd: Text Works and Other Things</i> 2004-2010

S. Mark Gubb The Bewildered Herd: Text Works and Other Things 2004-2010

An evening of artists’ presentations from S. Mark Gubb and Jonathan Roberts and a Beacon Conversation: Collaborative working with Kate Genever.

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