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Channel Your Inner Sculptor At These 8 Pottery and Ceramic Studios

Play with clay.

Get those hands to work as you try out all kinds of activities involving pottery, ceramics, and design at these pottery and ceramic studios and workshops!

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You can never have too many hobbies. Whether you’re in need of a new skill to hone or a new activity to spend way too much money and time on (but it’s worth it), try heading to one of these pottery and ceramic studios! Learn to shape clay, wheel throw, handbuild, fire, and design your own handmade creations in their classes and workshops.

You can start with beginner pottery classes and work your way up until you’re an expert, or you can go for the design aspect of it all and just paint and decorate some pre-made ceramics. These studios offer it all. Try it solo or bring all your friends (or a date) for an afternoon of the good kind of messy and the making of something beautiful. Check these pottery and ceramic studios and what they offer below!


From wheel-throwing to handmaking, Laro Ceramics will allow you to play with clay and create something you can be proud of at the end of the day. Book a slot for a wheel-throwing class, a mug-making class, or a ceramic-painting class—or go big and enroll in their four-week advanced wheel-throwing course this summer!

Laro Ceramics’ studio can be found at 219 Katipunan Avenue, Quezon City.


Get your hands dirty at celeb-frequented Wabi Sabi, where you can learn the basics of wheel throwing in their one-day crash course, or get a more extensive hands-on look at the craft with their three-day workshop. They also offer a painting session so you can personalize your crafts, a mug-making and painting workshop, and a boob mug handmaking and painting workshop. Yes, you read that right.

Wabi Sabi is located in the 4th floor of Hallare Building, E. Capitol Drive, Kapitolyo, Pasig City.


Learn from seasoned ceramic artists and potters with Tahanan Pottery, whether you’re just starting out in your journey with clay or wanting to develop your skills further. From the beginner- and youth-friendly basic sessions to advanced bust-sculpting classes, making one mug to a full tableware set, Tahanan Pottery has workshops to suit all levels of clay enthusiasts, and is the wisened tutor you’ll appreciate in honing your pottery skills.

The studio is located at 27B Scout Tobias, corner Scout Lozano St., Brgy. Laging Handa, Quezon City.


Craft a quirky little piece for your kitchen or desktop with Sinta Ceramics‘ pop-up workshops! Their workshops and sessions are usually held in cafés or restaurants, and offer more than just handbuilding with clay. For instance, one such workshop put together pottery painting with a matcha tasting and preparation demo! If you’re looking to plan date nights or barkada bonding sessions, check out Sinta Ceramics on Instagram to get notified of their next workshop sessions.


You’ll have no shortage of workshop options to pick at Bumi and Ashe. They don’t just offer your typical wheel-throwing and handbuilding sessions, but they also teach mug-making on the wheel, glaze making, and recently, even rug-making. Bumi and Ashe also offers a Kid-and-Adult beginner session, cozy mug painting, and a full four-session pottery course.

The studio is located in Cubao Expo, 3 General Romulo Ave, Quezon City.


AMT Ceramics will satisfy your inner potter and ceramic artist when you avail of their single-session or full-course wheel-throwing or handbuilding workshops. Their techniques and aesthetic are a blend of Filipino and Japanese culture, making for minimalist, nature-inspired art and craftsmanship.

AMT Ceramics’ studio can be found at La Chesa Heights Subdivision, Tandang Sora, Quezon City.


All the way from Seoul, Mess We Made brings its ceramics and adorable aesthetic to Manila. You can try your hand at making plates, bowls, mugs, and decorative items (and painting them all sorts of colors) at their workshops. Mess We Made is currently offering a one-month, four-session summer school program all about ceramic making, which you can enroll in the same way you can avail of their one-day classes: by direct messaging them on Instagram.

They’re located in on the second floor of Southbank Café + Lounge in Westgate Center, Alabang.


The Siargao-based clay studio brings craft and community together in their sessions and workshops. Siargao Pottery hops around different resorts and restaurants in Siargao for their “Clay Play” handbuilding guided workshops, which also includes a rug-weaving class. If you’re ever on the island, make the experience more unique by booking a class.

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