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Master Mosaic Making A Corinium Museum

Design and make a beautiful mosaic at this exciting day school for adults, taking place at the Corinium Museum, Cirencester, on Tuesday 30th October.

Using the stunning Roman mosaics at the Museum as their inspiration, participants will make their own unique mosaic with the help of tutor, local artist Debbie Stirling. Over the course of the day they will learn how to cut and fix ceramic tiles in order to create a simple Roman style panel, of their own design, to take home.

The finished mosaic could form a garden feature, decorate the wall of a favourite room, or even be given as a Christmas present.

The day school will run from 10am - 4pm and tickets cost 35 per person, including materials and tea or coffee. Lunch is not included.

Booking is essential. For more details, to book a place, or to find out about other events taking place at the Museum, please call 01285 655611 or email:

Posted : 05/10/2007 10:57:48

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