Thu., Oct. 17 | At Origin Coffee

Mosaic Frames - Part 1

Cost: $35. Create a Mosaic photo frame from previously-loved materials. This is Part #1 of a 2-part series. You can purchase tickets for both workshops for $55.
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Mosaic Frames - Part 1

Time & Location

Oct. 17, 2019, 3:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
At Origin Coffee, 687 Mt Pleasant Rd, Toronto, ON M4S 2N2, Canada

About the Workshop

Join us for a two-part mosaic workshop from which you’ll be able to take home two completed mosaics! During the first session, you will acquire the fundamental skills for mosaicking on an upcycled photo frame. Your materials will include an array of tiles, stained glass, stones and other odd bits. As an option, you can incorporate a personal object into your mosaic. Examples of suitable items include a piece of jewellery, a key or a found object that is rigid. The instructor can confirm its suitability and the appropriate adhesive to use. 

Come experience an art form that has been in existence for thousands of years - Mosaic! In this workshop you will learn how to create a pendant with an assemblage of small pieces of colored glass, ceramic, stone, or other materials. 

During the second session, you will grout your completed frame. While you wait for the grout to set you’ll have time to create a unique mosaic pendant or Christmas Tree ornament! Up-cycled Mosaics Part #2 takes place at At Origin Coffee (same location), 3-6pm, on October 25th.

You can attend one or both sessions - costs are as follows:

Workshop #1 only - $35

Workshop #2 only - #30

Both Workshops (#1 & #2) - $55 

No experience is required for this workshop. All that is needed is your creativity for an evening of mosaic fun! Snacks, Coffee and materials are covered. 

About our Host: 

Our host, Angèle Blasutti, is a Canadian mosaic artist, with a background in the environmental field. Check out her Studio page at:

Accessibility: Moderate. The store can be accessed from Mount Pleasant Street. The workshop is on the ground level at the back of the store. The washrooms are in the basement which require you to walk down 10 stairs in order to access them.

  • Up-cycled Mosaics - Part #1
  • Mosaics - Part #1 & Part #2

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