Earthern Plaster Workshop with Ray Cirino – Sat., Nov. 2, 2019 from 10am to 4:30pm at L.A. Eco-Village

Join artist, inventor, cob innovator Ray Cirino for this workshop.  You’ll  learn many techniques in cob technologies as we repair and re-configure the LA Eco-Village cob bench and enjoy pizza from Sparky the Pizza Dragon. 

EVENT DETAILS:
Date/Time:
Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 10am to 4:30pm

Location: 
Bimini Place on the sidewalk and street
adjacent to the alley at 131 Bimini Pl
Los Angeles Eco-Village
Los Angeles 90004

learn many techniques in cob technologies as we repair and re-configure the LA Eco-Village cob bench and enjoy pizza from Sparky the Pizza Dragon. 

EVENT DETAILS:
Date/Time:
Saturday, November 2, 2019 from 10am to 4:30pm

Location: 
Bimini Place on the sidewalk and street
adjacent to the alley at 131 Bimini Pl
Los Angeles Eco-Village
Los Angeles 90004

Fee:
$50 includes a rocket oven pizza lunch (sliding scale available)

Reservations required (space limited):
crsp@igc.org or 213-738-1254

What to Wear:
Old Clothes and old shoes

What to Bring:
Your own non-throwaway dish and cup

ABOUT RAY CIRINO
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Ray fulfills his dream of making the world ecologically sustainable while enjoying each moment doing so. In 2012 he was awarded with the City of Los Angeles Certificate of Commendation for his creative contributions and community organizations.

His insatiable appetite to build things has prompted him to develop multiple skills. Especially interested in the patterns of nature and architecture, he learned before completing an architectural degree at Miami-Dade Architecture school.

He began a custom furniture business in Sunnyvale California and went on to earn his diploma from the North American School of Natural building in 2002. After twenty years of fine woodworking, he moved to Los Angeles to work as an industrial designer, welder and artist, opening a new world of discovery as an artist inventor. Ray founded two Water Woman festivals based on permaculture techniques and sustainable art.

In 2002, he began studies in permaculture and continues as a top innovator in this movement focused on sustainable energy, agriculture, water, and shelter systems. After adding permaculture to his skill set, he now has the ability to turn a problem into the solution.

Today Ray teaches young people proven sustainable skills and methods. A prime mover and shaker in a world that has become less sustainable, he promotes the abundances nature offers.

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Contact Information

117 Bimini Place #221
Los Angeles CA 90004
crsp@igc.org