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Some suggestions for deciding what level to take:
Examples of techniques performed in the laboratory

1) Basic courese

a)Fragment of an ancient mosaic (recommended for those who never made mosaic)
You learn the grammar of the mosaic, the cutting of stone materials (marble, stone), the specific tools and binders. Making copies of ancient mosaics.
b)Byzantine Copy
Running in the laboratory is a copy of a paperboard Byzantine choice (es.frame to the Ravenna’s basilicas, S. Vitale, S. Apllinare Class, etc.), through the technique of Ravenna on the bottom. Using glasses of Venice and gold tesseras.

2)Second level (recommended for those who already have a knowledge of the basics)
Making a paper that such a frame, a mirror, a piece of furniture, lamp, table, etc. ..

3) Contemporary Mosaic (recommended for those who already have a good understanding of the mosaic technique)
Running in the laboratory of a mosaic based on a personal design (or painting, photos, etc.).
It interprets the paper through the use of heterogeneous materials, experimenting with new binders and new materials.

4) Advanced Mosaic (for students who have a good knowledge of the mosaic technique)
Running in the laboratory of a three-dimensional mosaic, or an item made with different materials. Using mortar and new materials, experimentation.

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