Bostik and Artaic will co-host major workshop at Microsoft store in Boston

September 26, 2016

untitled2Wauwatosa, Wis.—On Oct. 6, 2016, Bostik and Artaic will co-host an event at Boston’s Prudential Center Microsoft store. Attendees of the Microsoft store event will be able to participate in a state-of-the-art, hands-on mosaic workshop using Artaic’s Tessera software.

Additionally, attendees will have the opportunity to get involved/learn about how best to install glass mosaics using Bostik’s Dimension Grout. After the Microsoft store festivities, there will be a networking function at the nearby Mandarin Oriental Boston Hotel, where attendees can learn even more from representatives from both companies.

untitled1“Together with Artaic, we plan to showcase cutting-edge ways to specify and then install mosaics,” stated Scott Banda, Bostik’s director of marketing and business development. “And, to do so in very upbeat, unique and technologically-advanced venues. In particular, architects, designers and others interested in what’s happening tomorrow in the tile industry, will want to attend this event.”

This free event is located:
Boston Prudential Center Microsoft Store
800 Boylston St. #27
Boston, MA 02199

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