NEWS / EVENTS / WEBINARS
• Zoom Info Session and Q&A – March 1, 2022 at 8:00 via Zoom
• Applications Accepted using ArtCall.org- April 1 through April 30, 2022 (The application link will be sent to all NEMS members prior to April 1st)
• Exhibition Dates – July 2 to Dec 4, 2022
• Notification of Acceptance – May 20, 2022
• Delivery Deadline for Mailed Works – June 10, 2022
• Date of In Person Drop Off – June 7-10, 2022
• Installation – June 10, 2022
• Reception – To Be Determined
• Pick up art date – Dec 7-9, 2022
Beth C. McLaughlin, Artistic Director and Chief Curator, Fuller Craft Museum , Brockton, MA
Beth is passionate about expanding awareness of art forms in all media, promoting the makers, and exploring the transformative powers of creative expression. Most recently, Beth’s curatorial practice has explored the ways in which handwork can be used as a tool for political resistance. She has worked in the arts and museum fields for over 25 years, holding leadership and curatorial positions at the Oakland Museum of California , deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum, and Fuller Craft Museum. She has curated dozens of exhibitions nationwide and has been published in multiple arts magazines.
Kim Emerson, Professional Mosaic Artist, Founder and Owner of the San Diego Mosaic School
Kim Emerson has been designing and creating mosaics for private and public spaces in San Diego, CA since 1991. She received her Bachelor of Arts in Architecture & Art History, and a Master of Science in Historic Preservation of Architecture. Besides teaching mosaic art, creating public art projects, residential commissions, and her own small studio works, Kim has extensive experience working with cities, counties, non-profit organizations, community groups, in construction, arts education, galleries, and museums. A life-long member of the Society of American Mosaic Artists since 2004. She has been a former SAMA board member, a two-time recipient of SAMA’s Best of Show in the architectural category of the Mosaic Arts International (MAI) in 2005 and 2006, a juror for the MAI in 2019, and a recipient of SAMA’s Robin Brett Memorial Scholarship in 2013.
“Mosaics Today: Ancient Art Through a Contemporary Lens”
July 2 to Dec 4, 2022
Location: Fuller Craft Museum, 455 Oak St, Brockton, MA 02301
We are delighted to announce that the Fuller Craft Museum will host a mosaic exhibition of NEMS members’ work. This will be a Juried Exhibition that will be exhibited from July 2nd through December 4th of 2022. In a Juried Exhibition, not all applicants are guaranteed a spot in the exhibition. Submissions are provided to a panel of jurors “blindly” meaning they do not receive the name of the artist. This allows jurors to select pieces for the exhibition based on elements such as technique, quality, innovation and originality. This is a tremendous opportunity for us to create our best work and see it exhibited at the Fuller Craft Museum. Sculptures appropriate for both interior and exterior display are welcome. Work must be made within the past 3 years and have not been exhibited in any previous NEMS shows. Artists may submit up to 3 pieces for consideration. Due to the requirements of exhibiting at the Fuller Craft Museum and for the ease of our jurors, members will be required to submit their application and images using an online system called ArtCall.org. Please note that submissions that do not meet the requirements of the Application will not be accepted or entered into the jurying process. Late submissions or submissions that do not meet size/weight parameters will not be accepted. Artists will receive an email May 20, 2022 stating whether their work was selected by the jurors for this exhibition.
Application Fee: $35 per entry* (Members are allowed to submit up to 3 entries)
In order to apply, your membership must be up to date. To renew your NEMS Membership for 2022, or to join, visit us here.
*Entry fee financial assistance is available, if needed. Please contact the Exhibition Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
General Submission Requirements:
- Image quality must be appropriate size and quality for jurying and publishing in catalogs, marketing, and social media. Images should be taken straight on with minimal glare and have a white background. Images should have the highest resolution possible.
- Up to 3 pieces of recent original work not previously exhibited at NEMS exhibits, created in the past 3 years.
- As the Fuller Craft Museum is a museum gallery, work will not be for sale. Visitors will be encouraged to contact the artist for purchasing inquiries.
- Artwork cannot be stored at the Fuller Craft Museum.
- Artwork can be mailed to the museum as long as it arrives between Tuesday, June 7th- Friday, June 10th.
- The staff of the Fuller Craft Museum is responsible for hanging and installing all work, unless there are special considerations.
- Image files and this application should be uploaded through the online jurying platform at this link.
Indoor Wall Hangings Requirements:
Hanging work must not exceed 35lbs and 48”x48” (not including frame)
All work must arrive ready to hang. No sawtooth hangers.
Indoor Sculpture/3D Requirements:
- Indoor sculptures/3D works are limited to 78” h x 40” w x 20” d
- Indoor sculptures/3D works must not exceed 100 lbs
Outdoor Sculpture/3D Requirements:
- Outdoor works should be limited to 6’ x 6’ x 6’
- The artist is required to provide any required foundations/footings/cement pads etc.
- Outdoor sculptures/3D work must be made of exterior grade materials and adhesives. NEMS and the Fuller Craft Museum are not responsible for damage of any outdoor sculptures/3D pieces.
Shipping/Delivery of Work:
If your work is accepted into this exhibition, shipping/delivery details will be provided with your letter of acceptance.
Please note that submissions that do not meet the requirements of the Application will not be accepted or entered into the jurying process.
New England Mosaic Society Webinar Series
Alejandra Martin: How Nature Informs My Creative Process
Date: May 12, 2022 | Time: 7:30 pm eastern time
Location: Online via Zoom
Speaker: Alejandra Martin, Mosaic Artist, EL Calafate, Santa Cruz, Argentina. She is internationally known for her vibrant, 3D mosaics.
Translator: Cecilia Kremer, Chromatile
Host: Emily Bhargava, NEMS Program & Education Committee Co-Chair
The beauty of Patagonia, its flowers, the diversity of its landscape, and its vegetation inspires Alejandra visually and spiritually when she creates mosaics. Nature is the recurring theme of her work. Nature’s contrasting textures guide Alejandra in the creation of shapes and her choice of colors. For Alejandra, depicting nature in mosaics goes beyond creating a landscape, it goes deeper into the relationship between man and nature. Alejandra will discuss several of her mosaics and how nature guides her in the process.
Registration link for webinar:
New England Mosaic Society
“Little Gems 2022”
All Member Exhibition
Exhibition Dates: April 26th to May 21st
Reception Date: April 29th
The New England Mosaic Society is returning to the Cultural Center of Cape Cod for an exhibition of small works. This is an All Member Exhibition and will highlight the diverse creative talents and styles of all of our members.
Work-Along Session: Hanging by a Thread, A Mosaic for Afghan Women
Date: Wednesday, March 2, 2022 | Time: 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Location: Online Via Zoom
Join us for a work-along session featuring Madeleine Turgeon, one of the creators of the Hanging by a Thread Mosaic Project for the Equality of Afghan Women. This international collective work, featuring the diversity of Afghan textile designs, will be “woven” in a huge scarf. Learn more about the project at
Madeleine Turgeon, a visual and mosaic artist from Quebec Canada, will talk about the project, then describe the process and materials needed to create your mosaic. She will show us an example of an Afghan textile WIP and will then demo her technique using the direct method with thinset on mesh. We’ll have a short Q&A session, then you can work on your project.
Not signed up to participate in this project? It’s easy. Send an email to email@example.com with your first name, last name and country. You’ll receive an email with more information.
Virtual Tour of the New York City Subway Mosaics
Date: March 10, 2022 | Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Online Via Zoom
Speaker: Cathleen Newsham, Mosaic Artist and Owner, Modern Mosaic Arts, LLC
Do you know there are over 600 mosaics installed on subway platforms in the five boroughs of New York City? Professional mosaic artist Cathleen Newsham will give you a sneak peak of her upcoming tours (which are starting again in March after a two year hiatus), and talk about her ten year journey through this amazing underground art museum with the largest collection of mosaics in North America.
Cathleen will also answer any questions about the tour at the end of the presentation.
Please note, if you missed last year’s presentation, be sure to add this to your calendar! The presentation will contain many of the same images presented in 2021, but will also include several new mosaics. This presentation will not be recorded.
4 Artists, 1 Mosaic: A Mosaic for Boston Healthcare
Date: March 14, 2022 | Time: 7:30 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
Audrey Markoff, SOWA Mosaics https://www.facebook.com/sowamosaics/
Mia Schon, Mosaic with Mia https://www.mosaicwithmia.com/
Cecilia Kremer, Chromatile, https://www.chromatile.com/
Four New England mosaic artists will talk about their collaborative mosaic, Boston Tree of Life. They will discuss how they were able to collaborate on the design, while still preserving their own style, perspective and experience. Using a variety of tessera, Cecilia, Mia, Audrey and Josh created a cohesive piece while leveraging everyones’ unique mosaic language. They will talk about the challenges they faced and how they overcame them. The finished mosaic will be proudly displayed in the South End Community Health Center for patients and staff to enjoy.
Make it Mosaics Q&A with Bonnie Fitzgerald & Kim Wozniak
Date: April 21, 2022 | Time: 8:00 pm
Location: Online via Zoom
In this Q&A session, you’ll learn tips and techniques from mosaic pros Bonnie Fitzgerald & Kim Wozniak. Kim and Bonnie will be Zooming in to share a bit about their backgrounds and to answer whatever questions you have about your mosaic journey. You’ll have the opportunity to ask about adhesives, techniques, color theory or whatever burning questions you have about your work. And you’ll get valuable tips you can put to use immediately. Don’t miss this lively and informative webinar!
NEMS Online Webinar Series, February 15, 2022:
Gila Rayberg: My Practice in Mosaic Portraiture
Location: Online via Zoom
Speaker: Gila Rayberg, Mosaic Artist, Gila Mosaics Studio
This event has already taken place but you can see the webinar recording at this link: https://youtu.be/01Ye9DBs6vM
Gila Rayberg takes us on her journey from freelance musician and educator to mosaic artist. Gila Rayberg has received numerous awards for her expressive and whimsical mosaic portraits, many made with up-cycled crockery and dishes. In this webinar, Gila will share examples of her mosaic portraits discussing her process and materials. In addition, she’ll present a behind-the-scenes case study of her portrait of John Moskal, Master of Horse on the wall of The Ruins. She’ll take us step-by-step from sketching the cartoon, through the fabrication process, shipping for installation, and her visit to the Ruins Project, post-installation.
NEMS Online Webinar Series, January 19, 2022:
Behind the Scenes:
A Large Scale WIP for the City of Tamarac, FL
Date: January 19, 2022 | Time: 7:00 pm
Location: Online Via Zoom
Speaker: Cynthia Fisher, Mosaic Artist, Big Bang Mosaics
In October 2018 Cynthia signed a contract to create a splash pad mosaic and amphitheater wall mosaic mural for the city of Tamarac, Florida. She is working with art consultants Beth Ravitz and George Gadson who selected her to be the lead artist for the commission. In her presentation Cynthia will explain the various stages of working on large scale mosaics, some trials and tribulations along the way and share lots of images of the process.
“Take Me Away!”
A NEMS juried, virtual exhibition!
The Virtual Reception took place on June 3rd, 2021
The New England Mosaic Society is excited to introduce our first ever themed exhibition! The theme of this exhibit, “Take Me Away!”, comes from our current feelings of isolation and the need to travel. The travel restrictions of COVID have us reminiscing of where we have been, and dreaming of the next place we want to explore. “Take Me Away!” must incorporate the theme and be inspired by images you have taken on vacation or places you look forward to going when COVID is behind us. For some, the place you choose as your subject matter could be across the globe, and for others it could be down the street. For some it could be a landscape, for others it could be a portrait, or any interpretation of where you would love to be. It could be realistic or abstract. The theme is open to your interpretation. When completed, this exhibition will be a collection of memories, inspirations or future visions. This exhibition is a juried exhibition.
February 26, 2021 – Call for Art Published
March 18, 2021 – 8:00 Call for Art Q&A, Application & Image Requirements Review
May 1, 2021 – Application Deadline
May 15, 2021 – Notification of Accepted Work/Awards
June 3rd, 2021 – “Live” Date and Virtual Reception 7:00
We are so excited to have mosaic artists Yulia Hanansen, Karen Kettering Dimit and Cherie Bosela joining us as the jurors for this exhibition! Read their bios in the Call for Art. They will also be showing us some of their most recent work at the Virtual Reception.
NEMS Work Alongs
Date: March 15, 2021 | Time: 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm | Location: Online Via Zoom
Date: March 21, 2021 | Time: 10:00 am – 12:00 pm | Location: Online Via Zoom
Date: April 9, 2021 | Time: 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm | Location: Online Via Zoom
Date: April 25, 2021 | Time: 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm | Location: Online Via Zoom
Virtual Tour: Mesmerizing Mosaics
The Tree of Life Project:
18 Mosaic Artists Respond to the Shooting at the Pittsburg Synagogue
The Ruins Project is a long-term mosaic art installation amidst the ruins of a former coal mine in Fayette County, Pennsylvania. Located on the Great Allegheny Passage, this outdoor mosaic museum attracts artists, students, and travelers from all over the world.
And now, you have the chance to make a bit of history by mosaicking gears that will be installed on the gear wall at the Ruins Project! Rachel Sager, mosaic artist and owner of the Ruins Project, has agreed to dedicate a portion of the gear wall to gears mosaicked by members of the New England Mosaic Society (NEMS). NEMS will be recognized as a contributor to the project rather than individual members.
The Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation in Waltham, MA has donated twenty gears to members who can pick up the gears in Waltham; available on a first come—first served basis. Gears are also available online on Etsy.com and ebay.com, flea markets (check out the one in Hollis, NH), antique stores (not high end), thrift shops, junk yards, and perhaps even in your attic or garage.
The Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation expressed interest in creating a virtual exhibit with the mosaicked gears. If we do this, it will be in February/March and the installation at the Ruins Project will be in late spring. Rachel has volunteered to do the installation. However if we want to put together a team to do onsite installation, that is an option. More on this later.
Or explore more on your own at our Virtual Gallery – https://www.artsteps.com/view/5e7e2a69f74412182c7d23cf
The New England Mosaic Society would like to announce our Members’ Online Exhibit Spring 2020, a virtual art show to present and share our mosaic art. During this tough time while COVID19 spreads throughout the country, we’d like to find a way to connect, support each other, and come together as a community. While this is a challenging time for many, we hope that this also an opportunity to use your artwork as a comforting and creative outlet.
We realize that the online viewing experience cannot replace a physical art show. However, since the exhibit will be online, it also gives us the opportunity to have higher exposure than our usual exhibitions. We are depending upon members to help spread the word about the show to a wider community through everyone’s social media platforms.
With your application, each member can submit up to three recent original works. Please do not include submissions previously exhibited in a NEMS show. From your submission, the jury will select one to two pieces for the show. Artwork will be judged on technique, composition, design, and use of materials.
We will carry on the tradition of recognizing excellence in mosaics by offering awards. The awards will be chosen by the judges, except for the People’s Choice award which will be selected by the visitors to the exhibition.
Register by Sept 12, 2020
Team up with another mosaic artist to create two original mosaics. Each person starts work on a mosaic and completes one half. Then you swap mosaics with the other person on your team. Your teammate finishes the mosaic you started. The challenge for the second person is to decide whether to continue and compliment the style of the first mosaicist, or contrast. This is an interesting way to work as it disrupts your usual flow and you have to respond to what is there. You get to keep the mosaic you started.
The finished mosaics will be featured at the kickoff of the NEMS Virtual Annual Meeting scheduled in the fall. The show will be a collection of the mosaics created by the collaborative project and is not juried.
Many thanks to BAMM (British Association for Modern Mosaic) and to Marian Shapiro for coming up with this idea!
The NEMS PinchPals Project with Bonnie Fitzgerald
Bonnie Fitzgerald of Maverick Mosaics led a series of three online workshops in August and September of 2020 for a limited number of NEMS members interested in creating mosaics that express what PinchPals (pinched clay figures) stand for: support, compassion, optimism, look out for others and reinforcing an understanding that “at our core we humans are all the same”.
Questions or want additional information? Contact Bonnie Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org
To learn more about Bonnie and her mosaic artwork and teaching visit www.maverickmosaics.com
New Blog Post:
View the Mosaic Stones in Memory of Karen Edlund
Karen Edlund, a founding board member of the New England Mosaic Society, was a powerhouse in the world of public health and reproductive health, community organizing and community building. She meant so much to so many people. Since Karen’s passing in November, her husband Phil has been thinking of ways to create a mosaic in her memory. He would like to have the mosaic on Irving street where they lived together for many decades in Somerville, and would like it to be somewhere where it can be seen by passers-by. The plan is to turn the street itself into a mosaic path, with colorful mosaic stones and pavers made in Karen’s memory placed at the bases of the city trees all along the street.
We’d like most of the stones to be completed by June 30th, so that they can be in place for the summer.
There is no official size limit, but keep in mind that the stones will be placed around the bases of city trees in Somerville, so they can’t be too big to move or so big that they’ll block passage on the sidewalk. If you choose to mosaic a paver, please choose a small one, no larger than approximately 8”x 8”. Please also think about the final weight of the stone and how you plan to get it to Irving Street.
The stones will be displayed outside, so they have to be frost-proof. In case you haven’t done very many exterior mosaics, here are a few key tips for making outdoor mosaics that will last:
• Outdoor mosaics must be made on a frost-proof substrate (something that won’t expand and contract) like cement or stone
• There are many options for how to make the stones. You could make a false stone from EPS and cover it with fiberglass mesh and cement to make a stone that’s lighter-weight than a real one, you could use a cast cement paver from somewhere like Home Depot, or choose a real stone to decorate.
• The tesserae must be frost-proof, either made from glass, stone or exterior tiles
• Tesserae must be attached using a frost-proof adhesive like thinset or silicone (not mastic)
• Grout will help to further weather-proof the design
1. Sign up using the Signup Genius link.
2. Choose a frost-proof substrate.
3. Make your mosaic using a frost-proof adhesive and grout it
4. Connect with Emily to figure out a plan for drop-off, pick up or shipping. Email Emily at
email@example.com . We can pick up the finished products if you’re not too far
from Somerville (while staying 6 feet away), and the USPS offers a few sizes of flat-rate
boxes that don’t cost more to ship if they’re heavy, so you could plan to make a stone or
paver to fit into one of them.
Below are a few photos of some outdoor-safe substrates and a simple example on a real stone.
It’s about 5 inches across and 3 inches high.
NEMS Online Webinar Series, May, 2020:
Introduction to External Mosaics
Speaker: Bonnie Fitzgerald, is the founder and owner of Maverick Mosaics in Vienna, VA. She is dedicated to providing mosaic education through workshops and art travel.
This webinar will be beneficial for anyone interested in creating mosaics for outside applications. Bonnie’s presentation kicks off with a picture presentation and comprehensive review of all materials suited for exterior applications including glass and ceramic. Selecting substrates, materials and adhesives that will endure weather year round is the secret to successful exterior mosaics and all aspects will be covered and discussed. The picture presentation will show lots of fantastic exterior works by artists from around the world. Q&A following.
NEMS Online Webinar Series, April, 2020:
Tiffany Mosaics at Ayer Mansion
At Home with Louis Comfort Tiffany: Tiffany Mosaics at the Ayer Mansion
Speaker: Jeanne M. Pelletier, Preservation Advisor, Campaign for the Ayer Mansion, Inc.
While known today primarily for his elaborate lamps, favrile vases, and magnificent stained glass, Louis Comfort Tiffany was in his day also a sought-after interior designer, pioneering the concept of the house and home as a cohesive artistic masterwork. An amazingly versatile artist with an equally powerful ego, Tiffany applied his design skills successfully to a wide range of media, including mosaic, metalwork, plaster, woodwork, furniture, and architecture, as well as stained glass. Entrepreneur and art-collector Frederick Ayer and his second wife, Ellen Banning Ayer, scandalized Boston society by bringing this innovative New Yorker to Boston to design their exotic new residence. In this presentation, Preservationist Jeanne M. Pelletier explores Tiffany’s ground-breaking interior and exterior mosaics on Tiffany’s sole surviving residential commission, Boston’s Ayer Mansion, built in 1899-1902.
Participate in a Community Service Project
Emily Bhargava is creating two sculptural tree trunk seats for a small new butterfly garden in Somerville, MA. She would like help in creating and mosaicking the frost-proof cement seats. This would be a perfect opportunity to learn about the process of creating 3D weather-proof styrofoam mosaic bases and mosaicking with thinset.
All are welcome to help. Two cement and four mosaic tiling sessions (using thinset) are also scheduled. Because the weather isn’t always on our side in January, March or April, we’ll work in Emily’s garage studio in Somerville, MA. Snacks and good music will be provided.
THIS HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO COVID-19
NEMS Online Webinar Series:
The Best Adhesives for Your Mosaic Projects
Speaker: Tami Macala, Mosaic Artist, All Cracked Up Mosaics, Founder of the Santa Barbara School of Mosaic Art and Mosaic Arts Online
This webinar has already taken place. To see a recording click on this link: ADHESIVES WEBINAR
Which is the right adhesive for your project? Which adhesives work best with which substrates? How do the materials impact the adhesive you use? Tami will talk about an array of adhesives she works with; which ones are good for different environments and which work better with specific tesserae. She’ll focus on Weldbond, MAC, other silicone-like glues, mastic and thinset including Laticrete’s new 257 Titanium. A Q&A session will follow the webinar.
NEMS Online Webinar Series
New Mosaics on the NYC Subway System
Speaker: Cathleen Newsham, mosaic artist and owner of Modern Mosaic Arts, which specializes in the design, fabrication and installation of architectural mosaics for commercial and residential clients. Cathleen is also a mosaic educator and conducts comprehensive tours of New York City’s subway mosaics.
This webinar has already taken place. To see a recording click on this link: SUBWAY MOSAIC WEBINAR
The New York City subway system is an immense underground museum with the largest collection of mosaics in North America. As a professional mosaic artist, Cathleen will be explaining the process of how some of the newer mosaics were designed, fabricated and installed, giving participants insight into the complex process of creating a large-scale smalti mosaic mural. Question and answer session to follow. Information on how to sign up for future tours will be given at end of webinar.
NEMS Online Webinar Series: The Skills You Need for Public, Community Projects and School Residencies
This Webinar occurred on Tuesday, November 19th, 2019. If you missed it, click on the link below to view the webinar in it’s entirety:
Speaker: Deb aldo, Principal at Pietre Dure Design
Debora Aldo has been a professional mosaic designer, fabricator and installer since 2005. Over the years, she has created dozens of architectural mosaics, some of which will be featured in this presentation as an overview to give viewers a sense of what is required to do these types of projects. Debora will talk about how she acquired her skill set; the positive and problematic issues that arise doing commission architectural work, and will discuss how to facilitate school or community projects. There will be a Q&A following the presentation.
NEMS Online Webinar Series: How I Made It – SOHO Penthouse Gold Mosaic & Marble Floor
Speaker: Cathleen Newsham, Creative Director & Founder, Modern Mosaic Art
This Webinar occurred on Tuesday, May 21st. If you missed it, click on the link below to view the webinar in it’s entirety:
Cathleen Newsham will provide a step by step description of how she created this stunning floor mosaic for a New York City penthouse. Unusual and complex in both fabrication and installation, her approach to problem solving and construction issues will help mosaic artists at all levels understand the challenges of architectural mosaic work and how to approach even the most perplexing project. The tools and materials used will be discussed and participants will have a chance to ask Cathleen questions following the presentation.
NEMS Online Webinar Series: How I Made a 3-D Sculptural Mosaic Garden Bed
Speaker: Carol Krentzman, Artistic Director & Founder, Mosaic Art Institute of Natick
This Webinar occured on Tuesday, March 26th. If you missed it, click on the link below to view the webinar in it’s entirety:
Carol will take us through the process she used to make her 3-D garden sculpture. She’ll discuss how she sculpted the foam and covered it with mesh, concrete and tile. She’ll talk about the challenges this project presented and how she overcame them to create a bed that is approximately 4’x 5’x 2′ and weighs about 500 lbs.
NEMS Online Webinar Series: All About Substrates and Adhesives
This Webinar occured on Tuesday, February 26. If you missed it, click on the link below to view the webinar in it’s entirety:
Featured Speaker: Lou Ann Weeks, mosaic artists and cofounder of Skeew.biz, a mosaic supply company that specializes in mosaic backers, co-producer of Mosaic Technique Videos, and editor of I-CMosaics.com. How do you know which substrate (backer) is the right one for your project, and what is the right adhesive? There are so many to choose from, and in this webinar, Lou Ann will help you make the right decisions. You’ll learn what criteria to consider before you start mosaicking. She’ll bring it all together and answer your questions during a Q & A period at the end of the webinar.
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