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Where to Learn to Mosaic in Johannesburg

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Learning new skills is always exciting and sparks something in us. If you've been meaning to learn to mosaic or just love creating with your hands, we made sure you know where to go for mosaic lessons in Johannesburg.

Mosaic art consists of multicoloured small pieces of material such as stone, mineral, glass, tile, or shell embedded closely together on a surface. If you're interested to learn to mosaic in Johannesburg, we have some places you can try.

Learn to Mosaic at Dish Studio

Started in the Parkhurst area in 1997, Dish Studio now has a new home in Robindale, Randburg. This is the home of mosaics, ceramic inserts and mixed media art. Dish Studio offers one-on-one and group classes. On Saturdays, their classes are open to everyone! Here are some classes they offer:

  • Introduction to Mosaic for R300 per personm
  • Kid's Mosaic Parties, suitable for age 5 and up.
  • Insert making for R450 per person (2 days)
  • Saturday classes for a duration of 2 hours, R250 per person and open by booking.

Visit dishstudio.co.za, and follow them on Instagram and Facebook for more information about their classes.

Details: 21 Esmaralda Crescent, Robindate Extention 1, Randburg, 065 990 9025, [email protected]

 

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Ush Creations

Ush Creations is a home-based brand that specialises in Indo-western designs varying from clothing to home decor and accessories. Usma, the teacher, is a Mauritian Textile Artist with over 20 years of experience. Their classes include mosaic and stained glass. This place is kids friendly and offers Kiddies Mosaic Workshops and the Tie & Dye Workshops

Bring your little ones over the weekends and school holidays and watch them get creative! Ush Creations also offers makeover projects to revamp your old furniture or planter pot by painting and embellishing them.

Details: Mackenzie Park, Benoni, 0747845600, [email protected]

 

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The Pottery Junxion

The Pottery Junxion in Edenvale is a specialist store in all things ceramic. They have a huge variety of ceramics, paints and mosaics and they offer a variety of workshops for both young and old, professional or amateur.

They also host some speciality courses. Some of the workshops they offer are ceramic painting, mosaics, Powertex and clock making. They also host birthday parties, so you can make a day of art and craft fun with your friends and family. Check out their Facebook page to see their workshops.

Details: 52 St Joseph Road, Hurlyvale, Edenvale

Lisa B’s Art Studio 

This studio caters to all of your mosaic, ceramic painting, pottery, and pewter needs. Lisa makes art with mosaic beads and also makes Moroccan inspired pieces. They have hosted sessions like the "paint a mug" event. You can learn to mosaic at both their morning and night classes. Check out more of their art and upcoming events on Facebook.

Details: Lisa B’s Art Studio, 300 Kastaiing St, Weltevredenpark, Roodepoort, 082 707 6218, [email protected]

Mosaic classes in Joburg with Lisa B

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Abundance Moon - Mosaic Studio

Unwind and get creative at this studio with Cindy. They offer both adult and kid-friendly classes. At Abundance Moon, you can get your hands dirty, play with clay and make pottery from scratch! This mosaic studio has hosted events like the cheese and wine mosaic class. 

Look them up on Facebook to see which classes they have now. 

Details: 61 12th street, Parkhurst, Johannesburg, 083 459 2384

Ever attended a mosaic class in the city? Let us know where and how it went!

Written by Tendani Rabali

Looking for some more ideas to start a new hobby? Check out our article on interesting classes to take in Joburg.

 

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