Salem College and the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art, North Carolina Chapter present master professionals in wood working, brick masonry and plaster work. These craftspeople will address typical problems and solutions found when working with historic building materials through demonstrations and hands-on learning opportunities. The program is designed for those involved with historic sites and institutions; historic property owners; homeowners renovating their houses; builders and contractors; architects and interior designers; and students in historic preservation, history, museum studies and the allied arts. No training or experience is required.
About the Instructors:
Daniel Chasse is an educator and woodworker who specializes in the restoration of historic homes. He is the lead preservation trades instructor at Edgecombe Community College.
Wayne Thompson is an historic masonry specialist with extensive experience in maintaining historic brick masonry and appropriate masonry repairs of historic projects and new traditional brick work.
Patrick Webb has taught as a Professor of Plaster Work at the American College of the Building Arts in Charleston. He serves as technical consultant to heritage plaster manufacturer Platres Vieujot, assisting them in proper plaster systems and specifications.
Registration Deadline: April 4, 2016
Free for Salem College Students, Faculty and Staff
$30.00 for Members of ICAA
$45.00 for Non-Members
Complimentary Refreshments and Box Lunches
INSTITUTE OF CLASSICAL ARCHITECTURE & ART
NORTH CAROLINA CHAPTER
6207 Robinson Church Road, Charlotte, NC 28215
704-602-4894 | classicist-nc.org
Salem College, Dale Gramley Library 714 South Church Street Winston-Salem, NC 27101
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