We have commissioned one of the UK’s leading mosaic artists, Caroline Jariwala, to produce four unique murals over all four days of the festival using the kaleidoscopic coloured waste glass from the nearby waste tip of the Thomas Webb factory, which has lain undisturbed for over 100 years. The windows will depict four of the main trades and resources of the Coalbourn Brook Valley that have been so vital to the success of the Stourbridge Glass industry; including coal mining, fire clay mining, glassmaking and the Stourbridge canal.


Get involved in creating a piece of craft art that will become a major part of the story of Stourbridge’s Glass heritage, as well as being a part of local history. After the Festival is over, the murals will be installed within the windows of the Webb Corbett Visitor Centre.

The sessions run each day of the Festival. Six people per session, pre-booking required. Children must be 10 or over; children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult.

Due to the huge interest you can only book for one session so as many people as possible can have a go. Thank you. 


Price:

Free with Festival Pass. Children under 16 don't require a Festival Pass. 
Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund

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Mosaic Workshop - Friday 2pm -4pm

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Mosaic Workshop - Saturday 10am - 12noon

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Mosaic Workshop - Sunday 10am - 12 noon

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Mosaic Workshop - Monday 10am - 12 noon

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Four Day Festival Pass

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Day 4 - Monday Festival Pass

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Day 3 - Sunday Festival Pass

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Day 2 - Saturday Festival Pass

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Day 1 - Friday Festival Pass

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