Timeline Mosaic Workshop at Elizabeth Gallery in Santa Barbara
Dec
1
to Dec 3

Timeline Mosaic Workshop at Elizabeth Gallery in Santa Barbara

We are invited by Elizabeth Gallery in Santa Barbara, California to run a workshop on how to design and make a timeline mosaic. The gallery specialises in mosaics for public mural installations and private home decor. This event joins in the with the preparations of making a timeline mosaic for Santa Barbara, inspired by our Queenhithe Dock mosaic which was completed by Southbank Mosaics in 2014. The workshop will reflect on our experience of making this large-scale timeline mosaic, and will give students an insight into all aspects of its conception which can be transferred to the making of the Santa Barbara Timeline Mosaic (download the flyer). 

Dates and Times:
Friday – Sunday, December 1, 2, and 3, 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM

Workshop Location:
Menelli Trading Company 1080 Coast Village Road, Montecito, CA 93108.

Places on the course can be booked here

View Event →

London School of Mosaic is recruiting a Finance Manager
Nov
1
1:30 PM13:30

London School of Mosaic is recruiting a Finance Manager

We are looking for a 2 day/week Finance and Development Manager to join our team from November 2017. 

London School of Mosaics (LSoM) will teach the craft of mosaic to degree level. It will set a gold standard for applied mosaic studies and maintain our ethos of inclusive diversity. The charity opened as a School in August 2017, growing out of the work of Southbank Mosaics CIC. The new school based in Camden will run a range of courses for students from 14 years to adults.

Key tasks and experience required

  • Agreeing and managing budgets and accounts
  • Overseeing social investment money
  • Forecasting needs and securing new funding (fundraising)
  • An understanding of the financial operation of arts organisations and charities

Please see our detailed job description below before you apply:

To apply please email your covering letter and CV to info@lsomosaic.com 

View Event →