We will show Garbage Warrior on Thursday 10th February, 7:30pm at the Town Hall. Please come along and join us, and be inspired to attend Michael's public talk and/or workshop on February 24th. Also, our new Sustainability Co-ordinator at the Hepburn Shire, Jill Berry will discuss suggestions/ideas for projects for which her department could apply for funding in the forthcoming council budget. Get your thinking caps on and let's discuss your ideas just before we view the film. Short and sweet.
And also on the theme of building...
Peter Cowman is running a number of events in the near future in the Castlemaine and Daylesford areas, with an Open House on the topic of "Architecture and the Meaning of Life," this Sunday 6th February, 2-4:30pm. The updated venue is the Ray Bradbury room, Frederick Street (behind the market building) in Castlemaine. And this one is just a gold coin donation too! See the Living Architecture Centre site for all the details.
And out the other way from Daylesford town...
The Satyananda Yoga Ashram in Rocklyn is running a Yoga and Earth Building Render Workshop from 17th to 21st February. See the flier here.
Michael Reynolds event details:
WORKSHOP THURSDAY FEBRURY 24, 12PM to 3PM DAYLESFORD
Principles, Permits, Planning, Practicalities
Michael Reynolds is a world expert in Zero Carbon building and build Biotecture. He will be presenting and demonstrating how to use build making use of local recycled materials and deal with building and planning regulations. The workshop is aimed at Local and State Government decision makers, builders, engineers, owner builders, planners and architects. This workshop is supported by the MAV. See Michael’s film the Garbage Warrior and website http://earthship.com/haiti for his disaster recovery work in Haiti.
Booking Essential, Limited Spaces.
Cost: $65 - $75
GARBAGE WARRIOR PUBLIC TALK, DAYLESFORD TOWN HALL
7 – 9PM THURSDAY FEBRURY 24, 2011
Michael Reynolds, internationally acclaimed Garbage Warrior will present on Earthship Biotecture and The Art of Zero Carbon Living. Michael is an engaging and knowledgeable speaker on building from local recycled materials, influencing policy and disaster recovery. See Michael’s film the Garbage Warrior and website http://earthship.com/haiti for his disaster recovery work in Haiti. Booking preferred, we need to plan for this popular event.
Cost: $10 - $15.