TransActing Stalls

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This is the stall makers/aggregators/assemblers Working Group'
Co-Ordinator: Neil
Members: Claire, Marsha (sometimes), Kuba


Our first stall prototype

NEWS

Next TransActing Stalls Working Group 3rd - 10th July, 10am- 5pm in the Parade Ground, Chelsea College of Arts, where we will be building stalls in an experiment in public education.


Daily tasks during building

Task Who When Comments
Teas, coffees and general hydration An hour per person?
Flyer Handout Paid students? Until flyers gone
Programme handout On currency stall? With helen? Throughout
Stall allocator / assistant 10am - 12
End of day clean up


Tools List

Marsha- 1Drill-1 Hand saw

Angela- 1 Drill-1 Hand saw-1 Spirit level

Kuba-1 Drill

Andreas- 1 Drill- 1 Chop saw-1 Hand saw- 1 Extinction lead 20 M- 2 Spirit levels- 1 Roofing square-5 Gloves

Niel-1 Drill-2 Hand Saws- 1 Hammer- 1 Square.

Karem-2 Drills- 3 Hand saws- 1 Circle saw- 1 Jig saw- 1Stapler- 3 Hammers- 3 Extension Cables mixed length- 1 Spirit level-..........

David Cross- countersinking drillbit, magnet to detect nails etc. sharp woodsaw, speed clamps, try square, 40mm chisel, hammer, tape measure, mole grips, pliers.

Amy - 1 Drill, 1 Spirit level,

Please add any tools you may be able to bring....

WORKSHOP 3

26th June, 10am- 2pm, Lounge, E-Block, Chelsea College of Arts

This was for planning and logistics.

Our intention is that Andreas and PublicWorks will have refined the stall typologies, and we will be planning production. Organising the collection of skipped materials, ordering timber/taupualin/screws/tools/etc and organising working groups to start component cutting/assembly before the 3rd July.

One idea that emerged, is the need to think of the 'take-down' on the 12th/13th July as time to creatively repurpose the stalls into usable furniture.......very exciting

Sunday 28th is also the end of the degree show, so we could try and direct waste materials to our materials store.

WORKSHOP 2

Mari table legs and frame
Stall Workshop 1, gleaning resources

Stall workshop2 18th June, 10am- 4pm Parade Ground Chelsea College of Arts

Great day, thanks! I think we all leanrnt a lot.......hats and suncream a must.


best to you all

WORKSHOP 1

Mari inspired stall typology 2
Stall typology 1
TransActing Stalls working group workshop with PublicWorks on 2nd June, 10am -5pm PARADE Ground, Chelsea College of Arts.


We started fabricating some stall typologies, from scavenged materials Stall Workshop1



































































Early speculation

Bamboo, eyelets, eyelet punch, string, rope, big clips, fabrics (water/sun proof), bunting (no), awning materials (stripey), cable ties,

Neil to price up bamboo:

possible stall base £61.50
Lets make some of these

Top rails
20/25mm x 3m* = £2.25
Structure
30/35mm x 2m = £2.77
40/45mm X 2m = £3.29

Estimating two top rails and eight structure = £30.82 for bamboo

table-tops and trestle 122 X 61 X 73 = £ 63















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MATERIALS AND TRANSPORT: ACTUAL EXPENDITURE.


#TransActing: Stalls+Materials May - October 2015
- - TOTAL BUDGET £3500 -
What's Payment for Date of claim Description of claim Amount £ Paid
Screws tbc screws for workshop £12.98 N
Timber for workshop 18th June 15 paid from CP account £92.77 Y
Timber for stalls 1 28th June 15 paid from CP account £506.03 Y
3 stripey tarpaulins tbc for workshop £38.40 N
30 stripey tarpaulins tbc coverings for stalls £229.50 Y/N
Running total - - £ 2620.47 -
Name date of claim description £ Y/N
TOTAL LEFT - - £ 2620.47 -