Mosaics and Music at idiomART!

To finish out the month of January, we have two more exciting events that you won’t want to miss.

First, we have a mosaics workshop with incredible local artists, Edgar and Cristina! In this workshop you will learn how to create fun mosaic designs on planters. You will learn how to use ceramic cutting tools, mosaic composition, and grouting. Your garden, patio, or home will be alive with vibrant colors and patterns!

The workshop consists of 4 classes on Thursdays and Saturdays. Starts Jan. 20 ~ Ends Jan. 29 from 10 AM – noon. Cost is $150 and includes all materials.

We will finish off the month with a double-feature Garden Sessions concert with the incredible Cindy Benson where she will be performing her new show, “Something’s Coming”, for the first time! The show is a buffet of musical delights including a little jazz…some Broadway show tunes…and a side of pop music. This is going to fill up fast so we’re offering two shows.

For those of you who don’t know, Cindy Benson has been a professional performer for many years and has starred in such Broadway productions as Les Miserables, Cats, Billy Elliot…the list goes on! Critics love her too…”Cindy Benson is an outstanding comedienne and singer, the sort of performer who helps make Broadway musicals the worldwide success they are.” ~ NY City Tribune.

The Garden Sessions concerts are Saturday Jan. 29 and Sunday Jan. 30 and both shows begin at 2 PM. We will open the doors at 1:30 so you can come and save your seat, grab a drink and look at the Alberto Soriano art exhibition as well! The show costs $15/person. This show will sell out quickly so don’t wait…reserve your seat today.

To register for the workshop and to reserve your seat for the concert, contact:

We have reduced capacity numbers for all of our activities, so space is very limited. Please contact us right away so you don’t miss out on all the fun! See you soon.

January 2022, prices vary, idiomART is located at: Presidente Cordova, between Miguel Angel Estrella y Manuel Vega (diagonal from Coral Centro downtown), Cuenca.

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