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1272 reviews

Good experience! Girls enjoyed themselves a lot. Staff are friendly and helpful. Looking forward to come again. We ended at 5min before 3pm. Should have do more clay in that 30min. Hehehe... Thanks Sage Artelie...


I had a lot of fun trying hand building.
The teacher was very patient and walked me step by step through the process! Highly recommended!


Hope the session could be abit longer. The session was enjoyable and fun.


Initially booked a 10 to 11:30 lesson but Shane was nice enough to allow us to more time at his expense just so we could finish our crafts.
Shane was very enthusiastic in what he does and is a great perso...


The trainer was very helpful and friendly


It was a great session for my son and I. A different experience from other workshops that we attended. Great insight! A big thanks to Nilo for sharing and filling us with knowledge on Kintsugi. More than that, s...

Priscilia Lee

My boyfriend and I really enjoyed the experience! Even though it was my second time doing pottery, the techniques and style taught were different and it was extremely insightful! We got to customise what we want...

J & C

We love the atmosphere on the rooftop. Tiffany was very welcoming and such an affable person. It was a very pleasant experience to learn with her. Totally and immensely enjoyed the seesion. We are going back for...


Helpful Questions

How much does it cost to make pottery?
Pottery in Singapore is from $35-$120 depending on what you're making. Wheel throwing tends to be a little more expensive than hand-building as it requires more equipment. It also depends on which class you go for - some classes are more expensive as the instructors are pottery pros who will spend more time with you, and will make sure that your piece is glazed well, so you end up with a professional looking piece!
Is pottery class messy?
It can be as you'll be working with wet clay! You'll usually be provided with an apron so you don't get clay all over your clothing - and even if you do get clay on your clothing, you can wash it off easily. The messiness, and chaos of a pottery class is one of our favourite things about it as it's just very raw, creative and meditative fun.
What should I wear to pottery class?
Wear clothing that you don't mind getting clay on! You'll get to wear an apron during class, and the clay on your clothing will wash off in the washing machine, but you don't want to be wearing your best outfit for a class! For women, you might want to wear shorts, trousers or a dress that covers your knees if you're using the pottery wheel, as that will be more comfortable.
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