Date: Saturday 29th January 2022
Time: 10am – 4pm
Price: £70.00 including materials
No previous experience required
In this friendly, relaxed workshop you will learn about the various mosaic materials and techniques of cutting and laying tesserae. You will make a 25cmsq panel on board with a choice of vitreous glass and matt porcelain mosaic tile.
You may bring a simple design which Joanna will help you adapt for mosaic, use our stunning garden as inspiration, or use one of Joanna’s many tried and tested template design. Grouting will be demonstrated but you will need to complete this at home – grout and full instructions included. The completed mosaic will be water and heat proof on the mosaic surface.
During the day be sure to take time to see the shelter at the bottom of the museum garden. The floor is made from tesserae that was excavated from the site of a Roman Villa in Tarrant Hinton. The roof tiles are from the same villa.
The Museum Tearoom will be open from 10am-4pm to purchase refreshments and light lunches.
Please bring a pencil, ruler and rubber if you can, although there will be some to loan on the day.
Minimum Bookings: In order for this workshop to go ahead we must have a minimum of 6 people booked on to it. We will let you know two weeks beforehand if this is the case. In the unlikely event that we have to cancel, you will be offered a full refund.
Workshop bookings are non-refundable. You may transfer a ticket to another person for the date you have booked, but please let us know their details by emailing [email protected] in advance.
Museum of East Dorset reserve the right to cancel the workshop at any time. In the event of cancellation, due to government imposed Covid-restrictions or any other purpose, we will endeavour to re-arrange for a future date. Alternatively, a full refund will be given.
Please note, we advise that masks are worn in all public indoor areas in the museum unless seated at your workspace. We will continue to follow Government Guidelines as they are issued.
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