Sunday, May 16, 2010
2nd Compost-making workshop and parallels with theories of anthropology
Nicholas Anastasopoulos/ George Loudos/Fotis Terzakis
A cycle of three workshops addressing home compost-making is designed as a holistic approach to the issue of recycling at the source. The topic will be addressed in theory and practice with hands-on opportunity and it will address the practicalities of composting as well as its application and place in the philosophical movements and religions.
Bring with you all organic remains collected during the previous week in a plastic bag. These may include peels, leaves, weeds as well as egg shells! We will provide the carbon-rich materials in the form of paper, carton, dry leaves, etc.
Instructors: Nicholas Anastasopoulos and George Loudos both practice composting with several methods for more that one decade. Philosopher/ writer Fotis Terzakis will illuminate aspects of human thought and belief systems of different traditions and cultures in relationship with the meaning of death and rebirth and the cycle of life in nature. At the end of the evening we will have a light meal together prepared by the hosts, that will also include everything that we bring along!
This second compost-making workshop will take place at Stavroula and Rheinhold's garden
18:30, 30 Μαϊου 2010
You may register for the first workshop until May 23rd by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Androu 7,Nea Makri
We ask for a donation of 5 euros per person.
Maximum number of participants: 30 persons
For direction and any last minute changes please visit the site one week prior to the scheduled event.
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