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Top 10 Best Pottery Studios in Singapore: An Inside Look

If you’re thinking of taking up pottery, Singapore has some of the best classes in the world. Whether you’re looking to learn traditional techniques or experiment with new ones, there’s a class for you. Here are the 10 best pottery classes in Singapore.


#1 – The Potters’ Guilt


The Potters’ Guilt is a collective group of practicing artists who work in the realm of three dimensional art and enjoy sharing the satisfaction of creating something handmade. The name of the studio plays on the word guild, a reference to the respect accorded to the integrity of craft, as well as the guilt in the pursuit of their own idiosyncratic imperfections. Find out more about their teaching artists here.

Get updates on their Facebook and Instagram, and feel free to contact them at pottersguilt@gmail.com.

Price range:

  • Basic Potters’ Wheel ($535.60)
  • Pottery Do-It-All (3hrs) ($88.00)
  • Pottery on the Wheel Experience (1.5hr) ($58.00)
  • Handbuilding (From $97.85)

Operating Hours: On Classes Availability

Location:195 Pearl’s Hill Terrace, #01-03, Singapore 168976

Contact: pottersguilt@gmail.com

Website: https://www.thepottersguilt.com/

#2 – Sam Mui Kuang Pottery


Sam Mui Kuang Pottery is the potter’s supply in Singapore which are run by Family Potters Chua Soo Khim, Chua Soo Kim and sister Patsy Chua. They supply pottery equipment, kilns (and accessories), chemical raw materials, clay, glazes and full range of tools.

They provide hobby ceramic courses for adults and children, and also professional Advanced Ceramic Knowledge Courses for serious hobby potters. School teachers can also attend their courses to upgrade their skills and knowledge.

Price range:

  • Hand Building-10 sessions / 2hrs ($500)
  • Wheel Throwing- 10 sessions / 2hrs ($580)

Operating Hours:

Monday to Saturday: 9.30am to 5.30pm (Lunch Break: 11.30am to 12.30pm)

Sunday: 10am to 1pm

Closed on Public Holidays

Location: 22, Jalan Kelulut Off Yio Chu Kang Road, Singapore 809039

Contact: +65 6482 2424 / +65 6482 2525

Website: http://www.smkpottery.com/

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#3 – Arudio Studio


ARUDIO is a Singapore-based art studio offering affordable, beginner-friendly pottery workshops. The studio’s logo is derived from the Chinese character “rén (人)” which translates to “people”.

People are at the centre of ARUDIO’s practice and our friendly instructors are committed to making this art enjoyable for everyone – including you!

ARUDIO was founded by Poh Sin Yong, a professionally trained ceramic artist. Through his studio practice, he aspires to support the art community of Singapore by providing arts to the public and job opportunities to local artists.

They have been building our community and empowering artists and non-artists since 2014. Join them now to channel your creativity and make your mark on clay.

Price range:

  • Wheel Throwing Short Class (5 sessions) ($300)
  • Wheel Throwing Short Class (10 sessions) ($580)
  • Hand Building Short Class (5 sessions) ($300)
  • Hand Building Short Class (10 sessions) ($580)

Operating Hours:

Tuesday – Saturday
9:30am – 5:30pm
(Contact hours may differ for Public Holidays)



Nordcom II , Tower 2

2 Gambas Cres, #06-26,

Singapore 757044


Macpherson (LTC Building C)

14 Arumugam Road, #08-07

Singapore 409959


+65 9797 4064 (Arudio @ Sembawang)
+65 8838 9256 (Arudio @ Macpherson) 

Website: https://www.arudioceramic.com/

#4 – Studio Asobi


Asobi (遊び)” means “play” in Japanese while “遊” translates to “journey” in Mandarin. 遊び心 (asobi kokoro) also means having an open heart.

They took to this name for Their pottery studio because They see life both as a journey of exploration, and also a joyful adventure.

They also believe that play is of great importance to the flourishing of the human soul, and it is an underrated state of mind that children and adults alike should engage in more often.

Let them find enjoyment together.

Price range:

  • Living Clay Pottery Workshop (3 hours) ($95/Pax)
  • The Potter’s House – Spiritual Retreat (6 hours session) ($160/Pax)

Operating Hours: Wednesday & Saturday 10am-4pm
Location: Blk 705 Hougang Avenue 2 , Singapore, SG, 530705

Contact: studioasobi.com

Website: https://studioasobi.com/

#5 – Taoz Ceramics Studio


Ceramics, rooted in ancient history, is such an attractive and mysterious form of art. Making them may seem difficult, but anyone can have the opportunity to connect with this traditional style of art and create their own masterpiece.

Located in the heart of Singapore, They offer wheel throwing experiences and ceramic courses for anyone looking to craft your own piece. They’re fully equipped with the facilities and any tool you might need — just come as you are. 

Price range:

  • Experience: Wheel Throwing 1 lesson (30mins) ($40/Pax)
  • Beginner 10 lessons (1 hr each) ($650)
  • Intermediate 20 lessons (1 hr each) ($1,150)
  • Advanced 40 lessons (1 hr each) ($2,000)

Operating Hours:

Orchard Road 11am -8pm

Jurong East 11am -8pm


Orchard Road

277 Orchard Road, Orchard Gateway

#03-03, Singapore 238858

Jurong East

2 Jurong East Central 1, JCube

#04-16, Singapore 609731


Orchard Road

+65 8342 2381

Jurong East

+65 8363 3930

Website: https://www.taozceramics.com/

#6 -Boon’s Pottery 


Boon’s Pottery & Art Gallery is a Singapore art gallery featuring local artworks as well as collections of visiting artists around the world. While its focus is in ceramic arts, the gallery also features paintings.
Opened shop in 1998 with pottery studio facilities in the basement, to provide a platform for Singapore ceramic artists to showcase their works unique to the local style and techniques deployed here.

The full studio facilities with glazing and firing capabilities enables Boon’s Pottery to conduct classes and promote the appreciation of ceramic fine art and the making to general public and aspiring learners. It has also enabled local ceramic artists to congregate and exchange knowledge with overseas visiting artists.

Most recently, Boon’s Pottery & Gallery presented an exhibition “The Bowl” featuring ceramic artworks by 12 artists from Singapore, China, England, Japan, South Korea and Thailand. This exhibition comprising 80 pieces of ceramic artwork reveals the fascinating world of a potter who engages different methods and techniques, mixed with diverse cultural perspectives and experiences to present every bowl as a work of art.

Price range:

  • Trial Lesson 1.5 hour ($80)
  • Wheel Throwing 4 Classes ($280)
  • Handbuilding 4 Classes ($280)

Operating Hours: Monday to Sunday 11am-6pm


Boon’s Pottery @ Tanglin Place

91 Tanglin Rd, #B1-01/02, Singapore 247918

Contact: +65 6836 3978

Website: https://www.boonspottery.com/ 

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#7 – Thow Kwang Pottery Jungle


Humble family-run pottery business-Thow Kwang Industry Pte Ltd founded in 1965 and owns the oldest dragon kiln. Retails, tours and workshop available!

Humble family pottery business-Thow Kwang Industry Pte Ltd founded in 1965 by Mr Tan Kim Seh. They own the oldest dragon kiln in Singapore and still firing the kiln 3-4 times a year. They carry a wide varieties of pottery ( stools, figurines, vases, table wares so on), if you love local crafts – check them out too! Pottery workshops are held every 2-3 times a month during the weekend – come enjoy the different shopping/pottery making experience! 

Courses :

  • Trial Potter’s Wheel Workshop (One time off)
  • Private Group workshops
  • Long Term Potter’s Wheel Course
  • SPECIAL: Paw Stamping Workshop

Operating Hours: 9am – 5pm, Daily

Location: 85 Lorong Tawas Singapore 639823

Contact:  +65 8949 0168 (WhatsApp Message Only)

Website: https://www.potteryjungle.com/

#8 – Common Touch Craft Unit


They craft chemistry  with a common touch.
Founded and led by ceramic artists Fyon Cheong and Zestro Leow, Common Touch Craft Unit is a buzzing ceramic studio that welcomes people from all walks of life to share in the joy of pottery together.
In these fast-paced times, slow down and savour the moment by reconnecting with your sense of touch and time. Here at Common Touch, They craft chemistry between people through the shared experience of pottery.


  • Pottery Courses
    • Hand & Wheel 1 time Pottery Experience
    • Rent-a-Wheel (RAW) Package
  • Private Session
    • hand-&-Wheel pottery package
    • photo & Video coverage
  • Corporate Events & Workshops
  • Bespoke gifts

Operating Hours: 11am-6pm , Tuesday & Wednesday Closed

Location: Burghley Lifestyle Hub ,45 Burghley Dr, #01-08 , Singapore 559022

Contact: ct.craftunit@gmail.com


#9 – The Clay People Ceramics Art Studio


The Clay People Ceramic Studio is a creative space that welcomes ceramic enthusiast from all walks of life to manifest their imaginations and crafting them into reality. The studio is run by our head ceramist, Teo Boon Gim who is a veteran in wheel throwing and experienced in ceramic sculptural art. He aims to make this studio a haven for like-minded people, to grow a community that love ceramic arts and pottery.

The Clay People is always happy for you to be part of our journey in cultivating a local Singaporean aesthetic, founded on good craftsmanship. If you would like to collaborate, or find out more about any of their classes, get in touch.

Price range:

  • Muddy Hands First Time Trial Workshop (Suitable for all ages) (2 to 3 hours)
    • Marina One ($85)
    • Toa Payoh Industrial Park ($85)
  • Introductory Throwing Course (Total of 8 sessions /3 hrs per session)
    • Marina One ($600)
    • Toa Payoh Industrial Park ($480)
  • Advanced Handbuilding Course (Total of 8 sessions /3 hrs per session)
    • Toa Payoh Industrial Park ($400)
  • Advanced Throwing Course (Total of 8 sessions /3 hrs per session)
    • Toa Payoh Industrial Park ($400)

Operating Hours: 10am-6pm


Main Studio
Block 1003, Toa Payoh Industrial Park, #07-1527, Singapore, Singapore

Pop-Up Studio
7th Straits View, Marina One East Tower

Contact: +65 9692 8030


#10 – Ceramic House


Ceramic House got its start back in the 80s, when Master Potters Lim Kim Hui and Shee Bee Heo started their apprenticeships in Ming Village and fell in love. They worked in separate departments – him on the pottery wheel and her specializing in blue-and-white porcelain decoration – but took the same bus home every day. And the rest, they say, is history.

After getting married, they started Ceramic House in the old premises of a since-defunct studio in the Tampines industrial park where it still stands to this day. Despite not having experience in mixing glazes, firing kilns, and many of the skills fundamental to running a pottery, Mr. and Mrs. Lim were not dissuaded. Through reading numerous books on the craft and persevering through thousands of glaze trials and experiments, they were able to hone their skills to the point of mastery.

​Tucked away amidst the unlikely company of car and motorcycle manufacturers, Ceramic House is an oasis of calm – a place to laugh and joke around, and focus on crafting art with one’s own hands. Teaching their students all they know, they have built a tight-knit community of pottery lovers and artists. Some of their students have gone on to establish their own studios in the burgeoning Singapore ceramic scene.

​Since its very beginning, Ceramic House has stayed true to its craft, eschewing industrial production for true handmade, thoughtful pottery. Each piece is unique and made with pride.

Price range:

  • Beginner Classes 10 sessions ($550)
  • Advanced Classes 10 sessions ($650)
  • Children’s Classes 1 session ($70)
  • Trial Classes Handbuilding ($80)
  • Throwing ($80)

Operating Hours:

  • Tuesday: 9.30am – 12.30pm & 6.30pm – 9.00pm
  • Wednesday: 9.30am – 12.30pm & 2.00pm – 5.00pm
  • Friday: 10.30am – 1.30pm
  • Saturday: 12.00pm – 2.30pm & 3.00pm – 5.30pm
  • Sunday:10.00am – 1.00pm


Blk 9004 Tampines St.93 #02-102 Singapore 528838

Contact: +65 6784 0024



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