Creating a mosaic out of broken glass turns trash into art, much like compiling a rubber-band ball or throwing rotten fruit at the television. Reuse and rearrange with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $19 for a mosaic art kit (up to a $40 value)
Complete mosaic art project includes 6"x6" unfinished wood frame with clear acrylic surface to adhere Italian Di Mosaico smalti and millefiori glass. Additional materials include mirror, adhesive and instructions to complete the project.
- $49 for a Mosaic Cafe Introductory Class class (a $150 value)
In this introductory course, students arrange glass tiles into take-home wall pieces with materials and tools provided during class time. The class consists of tool and setting demonstrations that apply to future projects, including terminology, material types, and de-fixing tiles from your own forehead. View the full schedule of upcoming workshops here.
Institute of Mosaic Art
The two grand exhibition rooms at the Institute of Mosaic Art show off the textured tile work of its staff and visiting artists, with more works displayed outside in its lush garden. Within, more than 80 classes and workshops for all skill levels cover a wide range of topics and techniques, including working with glass, smalti, and tiles, as well as projects such as jewelry and exterior decorations. Visiting artists conduct special workshops, giving students insight into their creative processes and suggestions on the best brand of car windshield to smash for supplies.
The institute also houses Mosaic Studio Supply, which fills its homey halls with materials and manuals for all projects. Mosaic makers can browse the stock of a la carte supplies, from colorful tiles to tools and adhesives, as well as kits full of color-coordinated pieces.
95% of 79 customers recommend
“It was great FUN and very informative.”
“Wonderful class and great to discover such a marvelous place to pursue future projects. Thank you!”
“The class was very good! We got the fundamentals of how to work with the tools and materials, and enough time to actually create something. They were also flexible...”
“The class was very good! We got the fundamentals of how to work with the tools and materials, and enough time to actually create something. They were also flexible about letting us stay and finish our work after the official class time ended. ”