Storytelling at Work
April 01, 2022
ANNOUNCING: Evelyne Pouget's San Miguel Mosaic Workshops


Hello and thank you for your interest in my upcoming mosaic workshops.

I will be teaching a series of 3-day workshops in my garden, in April and May, focusing on different glass mosaic art pieces for each workshop. For the first workshop, we will be making framed mirrors.

We will meet around an enormous table on my shaded outdoor patio, with as much social distancing possible.

You will learn some simple techniques to make very creative and beautiful mirrors out of glass mosaic. No previous experience necessary.


I will provide all of the multi-color glass tiles, mirrors, frames, grout, and other tools and materials necessary to create a mosaic you will cherish forever.

You will have four different sizes of mirror frames to choose from.

If you have flat ornaments (i.e. old earrings, beads, two-dimensional objects) that you want to include in your artwork, please bring them with you and we will try to incorporate them into your mosaic.

If you already have your own mosaic tools, please bring them.

If you want to wear thin gloves and/or goggles to protect your eyes from glass chards, please bring them to class. I will provide plastic gloves.

I will also have some patterns and designs for you to follow, in case you need some design inspiration.

FEE: US $225 (or 4,700 pesos): 3-day workshop (9 hours). Includes your mosaic mirror. Cash only.

CLASS SIZE: Six people maximum

HOW TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE: At least one week prior to the workshop, send me an email ( and then, by appointment, bring a non-refundable deposit (US $100 or $2100 pesos) to my home -- Stirling Dickinson 16, Centro. I am there most mornings from 10:00 am -- 1:00 pm.


-- April 4, 6, 8: (10:00 am -- 1:00 pm)
-- April 11, 13, 15: (10:00 am -- 1:00 pm)
-- April 25, 27, 29: (10:00 am -- 1:00 pm)
-- May 9, 11, 13: (10:00 am -- 1:00 pm)

Let's have fun, creating together!

See you soon!







Posted by Mitch Ditkoff at April 1, 2022 09:31 AM

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Storytelling at Work is a blog about the power of personal storytelling – why it matters and what you can do to more effectively communicate your stories – on or off the job. Inspired by the book of the same name, the blog features "moment of truth" stories by the author, Mitch Ditkoff, plus inspired rants, quotes, and guest submissions by readers.

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