Odaja Culture and Traditional Skills, Brezoi (RO), 5-9 May 2016

2016/05/04 — 2016/05/09

The main theme for the five day workshop is Wool Processing and Traditional Wood Tiles.

We'll have a step-by-step workshop and will practice all elements of the wool processing activity, from the live sheeps sheering to weaving carpets and clothing items or building insulation.

We will have live demonstrations, experts explanations and museum guided tour.

APTNV ROMANIA HOSTS:

ODAIA WORKSHOP
WOOL PROCESSING

5 – 9 May 2016

THURSDAY 5th MAY

Arrival, the adress that you have to arrive is:
Brezoi, Golotreni Street, no. 23,  Valcea County, Romania.
You can reach our location by Sibiu or by Bucharest.
Thursday evening we will leave Brezoi downtown for the mountains area , where we will take dinner, sleep  and stay until Sunday morning.

FRIDAY 6th MAY – ODAIA Area

EVENT – SHEARING USING TRADITIONAL AND LOCAL TECHNIQUES AND TOOLS

After breakfast, we will star to shear the sheeps. When this activity will be done, we will organise discussions on this topic.

SATURDAY 7th MAY – ODAIA  Area

Walk-through the area – a several hours trip with and without horses around the hills, visiting multiple  Odaias.

Presentations (odaia issue and all partners projects) – in the evening all the partners will make short presentations about their work/projects.

SUNDAY 8th MAY – SIBIU

ODAIA ISSUE

ASTRA MUSEUM SIBIU – guided tour + presentation of traditional tools and wool processing

10.30 – 17.30 - We will leave in the morning by bus to Sibiu (90km trip), where we will visit the Astra Ethno-Museum. An expert will explain us the wool processing techniques.

MONDAY 9th of MAY- ODAIA  Area

Activity: traditional wooden tiles manufacturing. We will use local traditional tools and techniques in wood processing and we will learn how to use them to make a proper wooden roof.

Wool processing workshop

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