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[Cob] NATURAL PLASTER Workshop update 08/06/04 (fwd)GlobalCirclenet webmaster at globalcircle.net
Tue Aug 10 12:21:52 PDT 2004
At those prices, it's not a solution for low cost housing for ordinary working people. paul at globalcircle.net *********** REPLY SEPARATOR *********** On 8/8/2004 at 10:18 PM Shannon C. Dealy wrote: >Update on The Cedar Rose Natural Plastering Workshops & Slideshow: >So far we have folks are coming from Maryland, California, Ohio, and >Michigan! See what they are planning to bring to the workshop under >"UPDATES". We >hope you can join us for a unique experience and the opportunity to learn >from an >expert in the field! > >* NATURAL PLASTER WORKSHOP September 18 and 19, 2004 >* NATURAL PLASTER 5-DAY INTENSIVE September 18-22 >* Evening SLIDESHOW by Cedar Rose > open to public September 18, 7 >pm > >Two plastering workshops and a Slideshow will be led by Cedar Rose >Guelberth, >Co-author of The Natural Plaster Book! The setting is a lovely wooded rural >land at the Strawbale Studio, a uniquely sculptural thatched roof >building ~ >featured in The Beauty of Strawbale Homes by the Steens. > >Cedar Rose, from Colorado has been in the field of healthy homes, natural >building/design and natural plastering for 25 years. She studied >architecture in >Europe for 3 years with a focus on natural plasters, and is one of the most >experienced people in the field in the States. > >Assisting will be Deanne Bednar, the illustrator of The Natural Plaster >Book, >& the Hand-Sculpted House book, co-designer/builder of the Strawbale Studio >Project. She also has a background as an art & sustainability teacher. > >These workshops will incorporate a wide range of information and >experiences >with natural plasters and finishes, as well as a tour, and some hands-on >activities, at the Strawbale Studio ~~ a unique thatched-roof structure. > >The techniques you will learn about in these workshops can be used on >natural >buildings and on existing structures. You will also have an opportunity to >check out the extensive resource library, walk in the woods, and spend >time with >some good people. > >This workshop is appropriate for natural builders, artists, architects and >interior design students, and all others interested in learning more about >creating habitable and beautiful spaces in their lives. > >September 18 & 19 Natural Plaster Weekend US$225/185* >September 18 - 22 5-Day Natural Plaster Intensive US$425/375* >September 18 Evening Natural Plaster Slide Show US$10 at the >door > Please RSVP 1 week in advance for the Slide Show if >possible. >Price includes materials, handouts, tour of the Strawbale Studio, wonderful >vegetarian food, camping or indoor accommodations (bring mattress and >bedding), >and access to a great Natural Building Library. > >DISCOUNTS: * if prepaid in full by August 18. Also 20% discount for >signing >up another person. Some work/trade available. >Regular fee: RSVP and 20% deposit due by Aug 18 > >ATTACHMENT: Open pdf attachment in Adobe Acrobat > >CONTACT INFORMATION: >See www.uheac.org/links.html for reservation form or contact Deanne Bednar >248 628 1778 ecoartdb at aol.com >PO Box 733, Oxford, Michigan 48370 >(make checks payable to Deanne Bednar) > >LOCATION: 1 hour north of Detroit, on wooded rural land. > >UPDATES >Additional evening presentation (sounds fun!) > >A 5-day attendee has offered to do a PowerPoint slideshow on Monday or >Tuesday evening on the building process of a round straw bale studio at >Pine Manor >in Southern California with rubble French drain, earth bag base, reciprocal >roof, hydronic heated earthen floor painted with a mural and finished with >earthen plaster. AND - A really neat Hobbit house also at Pine Manor, >which used an >existing straw bale entrance wall, added a light clay wall, and then earth >bags for the front wall, a round door, locally harvested beams, living >roof with >a mature pine growing up through the middle and finished with an earthen >plaster. > >House Plans >Another participant is hoping to bring the design for the natural building >her family will be building in the Southern U.S. > >Bye for now. Let us know if these workshops are something you are >interested >in! Contact Deanne at ecoartdb at aol.com or 248 628 1887. or visit >www.uheac.org/links.html > > >_______________________________________________ >Coblist mailing list >Coblist at deatech.com >http://www.deatech.com/mailman/listinfo/coblist
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