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1237 reviews

My husband and I took a pottery class with Emily and she was extremely warm and patient with us. The workshop is held in this cute little outdoor hood with loads of plants. It is a nice relaxing was to spend a S...

Damini Singh

Really fun. Very humbling experience, now I realise those beautiful pieces we see, what goes into the making. Teacher made it look so easy. Very encouraging. Very accessible with public transport.


Tiffany is very patient and create a comfortable space for us to learn using the wheel and hand building. The awesome view is a plus!


The whole experience is very memorable and enriching. Emily takes time and patience to guide us throughout the pottery making process which makes it session meaningful

Delvin Khong

Good and enjoyable experience. Would recommend.


Really fun experience. It would have been nice to have a booklet of ideas for what we could make as beginners


I love the experience, Nilo is so warm ,helpful and friendly. It is something I been wanted to have with my partner, when I touch down to Singapore’s to meet my partner … something to heal each other in daily li...

Grace lee

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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