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Half  Day Workshop  |  £ 60

This half day workshop is a 'taste of mosaic' where you will learn how to use mosaic tools and material to create an unique piece of art.

Half day workshops are suitable for people who are complete beginners wanting try a taster session to learn the basics of mosaic making and have a fun day, but everyone is welcome to join this workshop and the content will be tailored

to suit people's ability levels.

What you will make

You will create a 10 x 10cm coaster mosaic using the Direct technique or Indirect technique depending on the session. A wide range of mosaic materials such as unglazed and glass tiles are to your disposition to help your creativity

for creating your unique mosaic. 

The workshop includes all mosaic materials & tools, and wooden frame.

All  designs are already  provided by the tutor. If you wish to bring your own design it will need to be agreed with the tutor in advance.

 Please note that the workshops will run only with a minimum of 2 people

per session. 

Time  |  10am - 2pm 


Snacks and refreshments are provided by the studio. 



Indirect Technique is when the mosaic is created backwards like a mirror image. 

The method involves temporarily fixing the mosaic pieces to a removable backing (brown paper) which holds the design together.

When completed the whole mosaic is transferred onto the base.


Direct Technique is when the tesserae (mosaic pieces) are glued directly on the wooden support like in roman time, using tweezers and tile adhesive. 



  •  Introduction to the course and the       techniques;

  •  Selection  of design and  materials         How to transfer / draw an image to   prepare   the creation of a mosaic

  •  How to cut and shape tiles to create your

      own mosaic using mosaic tools

  •  Indirect method: using glue and brown paper

  •  Direct method : gluing your tessera directly   onto the wooden support

  •  How to create a mosaic   using Andamento techniques

  •  Complete and grout your mosaic

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