Monthly Archives: October 2011

perhaps natural paints need a fluffy dog?

This was an interesting Guardian photo gallery to stumble across whilst working out the logistics for the EBUK 2012 conference on earth and clay plasters (and paints). Clearly if Earth Builders had a big fluffy dog our use of natural paints in … Continue reading

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land marking – memory and place

Other fun things to do at a time of year when the nights draw in I think more about family memories and making those memories have some meaning to the younger members of the family. In this case making and … Continue reading

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terra 2008 – earth heritage online

Great news from the GCI – Terra 2008. 10th International Conference on the Study and Conservation of Earthen Architecture February 1st-5th 2008.Bamako,Mali. (eds) Ranier, L, Bass Rivera, A and Gandreau, D. Los Angeles: Getty Conservation Institute. – is now available as a … Continue reading

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heritage, politics and eviction

And catching up with other heritage in the news from the last few weeks . The attempt to get the scaffolding structure at the entrance to Dale Farm, Essex listed by English Heritage as an “emblem of a struggle for traveller … Continue reading

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world monument watch list… interesting heritage

Not being one for lists but I do appreciate that they can help to raise awareness of heritage issues – the World Monument Fund have today announced those sites that made it through to the 2012 World Monument Watch List. … Continue reading

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