Mosaic Art Studio offers unique variety of traditional workshops.
Turkish Mosaic Lamp Workshop
Dance of Colours
Come and Enjoy making a traditional Turkish mosaic lamp that lighten your room with your family, couples or friends at the workshops that thought by real Turkish and local artisans.
Moreover you will have a chance to experience Turkish Culture with decorations , musical instruments and tools to make Turkish Coffee and tea with all the explanations around in our studio.
Harmony of Cultures
You will be leaving all the issues and problems behind once you entered our studio and start making your lamp while listening the selected instrumental Turkish music, sipping your Turkish Tea and tasting rose delight.
Create an everlasting gift for your loved ones with your own creativity or with traditional patterns provided while no experience or prior knowledge is required.
Ebru / Marbling Art Workshop
The Art of Dreams
Ebru painting is a traditional Turkish art of creating colorful and dreamy patterns on water, and then transferring the painting to paper, silk or some other materials with 600 years of history.
At Mosaic Art Studio, you will learn about the history and mystery of Ebru painting with several different painting methods.
It is a very peaceful method of painting with unlimited possibilities where you sprinkle the colours on water to make your beautiful, random, and unique patterns.
In this workshop, you will try different colour combinations and designs on paper first until you confident to make your final art-piece with hand stitched Silk.
Turkish Coffee Workshop
Turkish Coffee is tradition, art, ritual, and culture.
Discover the culture and rituals and art of making Turkish coffee in Mosaic Art Studio.
Join our Turkish Coffee Workshop to learn how to make Turkish coffee on the sand as well as fire while exploring the culture, tools, and ingredients with sweet Turkish Delight or chocolate.
Turkish coffee is a unique part of human history. It became the reason that coffee is one of the most consumable beverages on our planet today. Because of its importance in history, It became UNESCO’s Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity in 2013.
1000 years of History
The roots of Turkish ceramics dates all the way back to the 8th and 9th century with the Seljuks. It was not until the Ottoman Empire that the art of hand-painted ceramics rose to a new period altogether with the techniques we use today at 16th century.