Mosaic art classes around New Zealand
Community classes are held by some of our members. These cater to all levels. We suggest you contact the member to discuss whether there is a class for you.
Piece by Piece Mosaics
63 Signal Road RD1
Sitara Mosaics Gallery
Foxhanger Studio Mosaics
Basic, Advanced, and weekend workshops
Double P Contemporary Art & Mosaics
Weekly Classes Available for Beginners and the more advanced, Weekend workshops/classes available on application.
Funky Glass Art
4 Arthur St
Classes are on Thursdays ongoing throughout the year from Feb until Xmas. This means you can start anytime or come for a one-off lesson. They run 9 am -12 am or 1 pm – 4 pm and cost $20/class not including materials. I work mainly in tile and china and have some materials available for sale.
87 Old Waitekauri Rd
Waikino RD 2 Waihi
New Zealand Mosaic Art 5 Day Live-In Course:
Stay and study at our rural garden property and gain a charming, challenging, introduction to the world of mosaic art. Each course has a maximum of of three participants, held at a time to suit you.
Specialising in China & Porcelain
Weekend Masterclass Workshops
Louise Herdman Mosaics
50 Guyton Street
“Be inspired to mosaic in your own way” is the catch phrase at Louise’s studio.
Louise has been teaching for over 12 years now and has plenty of skills to share from beginning mosaics to more advanced.
Regular studio sessions each week allow mosaic enthusiasts to develop new skills in a friendly supported environment. Custom workshops are easily set up for groups, contact Louise to make a plan.
Toi Poneke Arts Centre
Teaches workshops on demand from her studio in Central Wellington at Toi Poneke Arts Centre. Teaches a variety of mosaic techniques.
From beginners to advanced
Classes are suitable for beginners to more advanced and are run weekly on a Sunday. You are welcome to bring along any supplies you may wish to use.
“Students who attend my weekly mosaic classes are always an inspiration to me. The ideas that spring from these amazing people continually surprise and delight me. Gosh we do have some laughs.”