Registration is Open!
Secure your spot now on the Camp Stevens website.
To inquire about BIPOC, Trans/Queer, or need-based scholarships, submit the form below.
You will also receive occasional emails about other upcoming workshop opportunities.
About This Workshop
In this hands-on workshop, you will learn how to restore an earthen building with beautiful clay finish plaster and add artful sculpture. Facilitated by natural building artisan Autumn Flower Creek.
This is a great opportunity to build community with like-minded individuals and learn more about natural building. Registration includes two nights of shared lodging and meals (Friday dinner through Sunday lunch).
Accessibility is a core value of MudWorks and Camp Stevens. Therefore, all workshops are offered on a sliding scale, with three pricing tiers for those at various income levels. Scholarships are available for BIPOC/TQ (Black, Indigenous, people of color and trans/queer people) without the means to pay. If you feel called to participate but cannot afford the ticket price, please reach out!