Mosaics with Recycled Materials
Learn to use what’s around you to create mosaic artwork...
Saturday, February 2nd from 10 - 3 pm
At the New Orleans School of Art and Craft
Level: Any, no experience necessary
In this one-day workshop students will create a unique mosaic piece to take home using reclaimed, salvaged, found and recycled materials. Class will cover project design, how to effectively combine materials for cool effects, adhesive and tools use and other technical skills.
Students will explore ideas around using what’s available to create meaningful art, and how to use mosaic as a technique for exploring combinations of diverse materials.
Workshop will also cover:
Sourcing and gathering materials
Working with prompts to create a compelling design
Preparing a surface/ object to receive mosaic
Environmental constrains for certain materials
A selection of objects and surfaces to work on will be provided, or students can bring their own with consent of instructor.
There will be lots of materials to experiment with including: second run and used ceramic tile, scrap stained glass, architectural glass, mirror, dishes and pottery, metal objects and hardware, bottle caps, sea glass, slag glass, bottles and salvaged glass, discards from professional glass studios, stone, marble and more.
Students are welcome to bring additional materials to work with.
Workshop will be held at:
New Orleans School of Art and Craft is located at:
3041 N. Rampart in Bywater
"Art grows out of each particular situation, and I believe that artists are better off working with whatever their environment throws up."
- El Anatsui