3 November 2010
An evening of artists’ presentations and interventions with Gillian Dyson, Danica Maier, Roy Pearce, Valerie Beck
The Manor House
Hull based artist, Gillian Dyson began, by speaking about how she has developed Still Life, the one-day art commission that took place in July 2010, to launch The Louth Mansion House Project and the Beacon Bimonthlies. Next, Lincolnshire based artist and curator, Danica Maier gave a presentation about her practice. Her work appears pretty and decorative, yet once the viewer begins to experience it from various distances within the space, the imagery reveals its true self. Nottinghamshire based artist Roy Pearce and Nottinghamshire based artist Valerie Beck, both graduates from the Master’s Degree in Fine Art at The University of Lincoln talked about the development of their careers as artists beyond the institution.
If you've missed the previous Bimonthlies they have been documented on the Beacon Bimonthlies Blog
About the Bimonthlies
Launched in July 2010 the Beacon Bimonthlies is a programme of eight evening art events which feature presentations from invited visual artists, taking the form of performances, powerpoints, film screenings and talks.