London School of Mosaic

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This is the first art school in the UK specialising in Mosaic Studies. They run a degree programme, short courses, work with the community and decorate public spaces.

London School of Mosaic was opened in September 2017 and is a small independent art school constituted as a self-governing charity with trustees from the academic, arts and business communities. The purpose of the charity will be to run the London School of Mosaic delivering a range of courses including vocational diplomas, a foundation and an undergraduate degree in mosaic studies that set a standard of excellence for the dissemination of this complex and architectural art form.

The move to establish the school has grown out of the work of Southbank Mosaics to civilise and decorate the minimalist face of London’s premier cultural quarter: London’s Southbank. They were started in 2004 by volunteers, led by David Tootill and now have over 250 installations in public space and a track record of teaching children and university students.

Mosaic short courses (evening and weekend)
During the academic year, they run a number of weekend and evening short courses in making mosaics. These are for beginners as well as for hobbyists and mosaicists with many years of experience. All materials are included from our well-resourced, specialist mosaic studios.  See the website for details of current courses.

Contact Details

020 7620 6070



London School of Mosaic, 181 Mansfield Road, London NW3 2HP

Other Info

Fees are charged

Tube: Belsize Park. Overground Train: Gospel Oak. Buses: 24, 46, C11

Other information:
People with special needs need to be accompanied by a helper.

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