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In the Beginning of April 2011, we will fly in Ian Baker of interpretive arson fame to teach us how to make and control fire.
(since vienna is a pre-fire society)
This will be a weekend hands-on workshop for (possibly) up to 15 students.
The workshop (at least the hands-on parts) will not be held at metalab.
The workshop will cost money for (at least) flying our teacher in and materials. Price depends on # of participants and material costs. Up to 100 EUR are possible.
Give us your name if interested, also limitations in your budget (:
- kyrah - if it's April 2-3 or 16-17 (I am not in Vienna April 9-10)
- jain7th - I don't know if I can make it to Vienna in April, my FH schedule hasn't been updated yet
- Phantasus - I still don't know how to afford it and where I will be, but hell yeah!
- ra - Fire, jawohl!
- japhy (probably)
- red667 burn baby burn
- scripty got a lighter? - if i have time & $$$ <= 60 ?
- nickless (probably)
Problems to be solved
YOU CAN HELP US SOLVE THESE PROBLEMS
- Find a suitable location
- Find participants
do you know suitable locations? warehouses, anywhere? contacts? send them to fin
do you know people who'd be interested in this? send them here! (:
- Figure out local regulations
- Find materials
Quoting ian: 1. The plumbing is different. We'll have to figure out what's available for use in class. 2. I won't be able to bring a crapload of stuff with me, which I usually do for the larger effect that we assemble (it's an accumulator-type effect that I keep around for this purpose, but it's built with American parts and includes bits that can't fly on airplanes) 3. The law is different, if there is a law at all. This is something it will be difficult to research on my own, and I certainly won't feel qualified to teach this part. I can explain how you go about finding that stuff out, though... 4. I usually provide links to suppliers of parts. Those likely won't be useful over there.