International Work-Shop in Denmark 2013
Week 26 - arrival june 22 - departure june 29
Same procedure as every year. Se
youtube films from previus years here.
Work-Shop in Alsace France mai 11-18 2013
Primarely about cookstoves.
Jean-Yves (the host) wants cook-stoves in two floors connected to eatch other.
Education will be in engliah with frence translation.
More info in english Lars Helbro
More infor in Frenche Jean-Yves
Work-Shops in Catalonia 2013
We are planning at least 1 work-shop this year.
More info later.
Work-Shop in Hungary 2013
This is not scheduled yet, but we are working on it.
in Denmark 2012
Week 25 - arival june 17 - departure june 24.
Steen Moeller will be guestteatcher again this year.
Only room for a few more so please be quick.
Accomodation this year is mutch better, in our old bathinghotel.
On the other hand you´ll need to suplly yourself with food (most of the time).
We do have fine places where you can buy a meal for little money, and the kitchen in the hotel is free to be used.
in Denmark 2011
Week 26 - arival june 25 - departure juli 2.
So again - same time and place as last year, but not only that -
Since we had very great succes with
as well Steen Moeller as guest teatcher, and Paul
Banks wonderfull concert
both have agreed to join us again in 2011 :-))
Im still editing filmclips from 2010 workshop (takes a h... of a time) but it will be here as soon as im done.
In the meantime take a look at the film from 2009 (further down this page).
Leave a message in my emailbox if you would like to join us in 2011
Other work-shops in Europe where i´ll teatch in 2011
May - France ½ an hour south of Paris. Video on you-tube on its way.
June - here in DK (se above - more info later) (allmost booked up allready)
September: Bordeaux France august 26 - september 2. (English/French
translation, Spanish if needed).
Participant fee: 1.500 euros. More info in english More info in french
Galisia Spain last week of sept. Workshop in cookstoves (Spanish
and french translation.)
Participant fee: 750 euros
Se poster in spanish here.
U.S.A., France and Belgium
More about that later.
Out of present shedule, but still a possibility:
Somerset England (west of London) - late this summer is suggested, maybe next spring.
In doubt of anything ? Fell free to
contact me !
in Denmark 2010
Week 26 - arrival june 26 - departure juli 3
Same time and place as last year - allmost, since i have been asked to move arival and departior to saturdays instead of sundays.
Teatchers: Lars Helbro and Steen Moeller
Besides being a very nice and entertaining guy, Steen is probably one of the most experienced persons in Europe, when it comes to clay/cob/strawbale building.
He made the first serius and succesfull big strawbale house in DK, and have since founded a hole village (Friland) on his principals "Happy and without debt".
Special surprise this year (schould have been a surprice, but now its
Concert tuesday night with Paul Banks (get a taste here)
Or here at my films from MHA´s anual meeting at Wildacres USA 2010
Price for work-shop: 1.200 Euros = 1.636 US$
Primitive accomodation and good food included
Contact Lars Helbro
International work-shop Denmark 2009
This Work-shop has
>Take a look at this 10 minutes video to get an impression of what happend
We will definately do it again next year
Time: june 28. to
Location: Drejoe, a very small island in the south of Denmark.
Participationfee: 1.000 Euros + 130 euros for food
Several different possibilities for accomodation from 0 euroes and up.
The last 3 years we have been working
hard to make good conditions at this place, for develloping and educate
in masonry heaters.
We are not finished yet, but we have come to the point, where it is possibel to begin, so we do.
Last years work-shop in Hungary told us, that this we can do mutch better at home. We hope we can live up to that.
At the work-shop we speak english.
Only english. Translation takes far to mutch time and coarse a lot of misunderstandings.
You will be teached in theori as well as practical building on the beginners level, or where ever you might be in the level of skills.
The goal is, that when you return home, you will be able to build your own masonry heater. No matter what skills you have now.
The stoves we build at the work-shop,
is not for further use, so you dont have to worry about if you might not
be good enough !
This has been a problem for some in other work-shops, so here we only have to think about pure education.
The goal is not to build a nice stove, but to teach you how to do it.
The price is may be higher here than you are use to from other work-shops, but remember, that you are not here as paying labour.
If you catsh on, and want a repetition
ore more skills ore practice, it will be possibel at a later time.
Two of the best student from Hungary was here later last summer to get an intensiv update whitch is nessesary if you want to make a living on building stoves.
Special guest this year will be Tom
Trout from North Carolina, a very skilled masonry heaterbuilder "over there"
who wants to show how to build a primitive but efficient cop-bakeowen.
Im sure it will be a lot of fun and a big bit serius too.
I have been invited to the masonry heater assosiations anual meeting this year, where Tom allso will be, so i hope that he and i will bring back some of the spirit from theire work-shops
Bring your camera, take your own
pictures, make your own drawings, make your own notes !
Only you know, what you dont know, ore what you cannot remember !
We do allready have participants on the list from France, Norway, U.K., Latvia, Israel, U.S.A and Denmark so dont hessitate.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org