Windsor based artist and School of Visual Arts professor Rod Strickland will offer examples and basic instruction on how to build a radically sustainable building from recycled materials in a public presentation entitled “Talking About Earthships” on Tuesday, June 26, in downtown Windsor.
His lecture will draw on Strickland’s experiences working with the Earthship Biotecture of architect Michael Reynolds and begins at 7 p.m. in the Community Innovation through Vital Interaction and Collaboration (CIVIC) Space, at 411 Pelissier Street.
It is part of the Skills for Good(s) series, which offers educational classes on a barter system. Attendees for Tuesday’s session are asked to bring food to share with classmates. Learn more on the CIVIC Space Web site.