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Workshops

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Teach something, share your knowledge

how to make compost at home, parma-culture, build your own wind turbine, etc.

אם יש משהו שאתם יודעים לעשות, ורוצים לשתף בו את באי הכנס, זו ההזדמנות שלכם

 

Please write your name, a short description of the workshop, length and needs (space, equipment, volunteers...)

אנא רשמו את שמכם, תאור קצר של הסדנא,  אורכה וצרכיה 

 

Eldad Granot:

Mud Ovens - 2-3 hours

 

 

דרור צחורי

גלידה וטכנולוגיה

סדנא להכנת גלידה

בסדנא אשתמש בטריקים זולים ולא מוכרים למשוך את הקהל

כדי לדון בעינים החשובים באמת

לאן התרבות שלנו הולכת והאם פקאנים מסוכרים הם השילב ההולם את הבננה

על תרבות וטכנולוגיה בדיון מרתק שדורש רק בננות, טוב ואולי גם פקאנים

 

צרכים: מקפיא, מעבד מזון וכפיות רב פעמיות

 

 

concentrated solar power workshop - from popcorn to glass

tom sofer

 

If the sun shines on us -- We will use a (very rough) 1x0.8 meter lens to make popcorn, melt aluminium into a mold and even fuse sand into glass beads. in full sun the lens reaches over 1000 deg. c.

BRING DARK SUNGLASSES!

 

Energy Conservation - Ken Shostack

Heating and cooling account for 50 to 70% of the energy used in the average American home.  In Israel, the cost of cooling is more important than the cost of heating.  Inadequate insulation and air leakage are leading causes of energy waste in most homes. Insulation:

  • saves money and our nation's limited energy resources
  • makes your house more comfortable by helping to maintain a uniform temperature throughout the house, and
  • makes walls, ceilings, and floors warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer.

The purpose of this workshop is to develop an awareness of some of the fundamental concepts of energy conservation for heating and cooling that will help people reduce their energy costs. 

 

Comments (1)

Ealz said

at 12:05 pm on Nov 19, 2008

Name: Ealeal Ginott
Workshop focus: Crafts Gone Green - A Glance at Recyclable Materials in Crafting and Wearable Art
I'd like to invite you to explore what can be done with much of a junk you have lying around, such as #6 plastics, old electronic bits and pieces, and how these can be turned into crafts and wearable art, a-la-steampunk bling. I would also like to offer a neat chance to discover some creative plastic alternatives that can be made right in your kitchen without harming the environment.

What's needed: some space with an electrical outlet, a toaster oven, old electronic junk pieces, old watches, #6 plastics (like the kind that house take-away salads in most restaurants), milk, vinegar, stove-top or fire-pit where we can heat materials. Let me know if you'd like more info or to assist.

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