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Looking for a New Hobby? Here’s Where You Can Learn Pottery in the Metro

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by | July 06, 2023

While it looks intimidating to sculpt something on clay, the art of pottery is a relaxing activity worth trying. There’s no wonder why there has been a growing interest and appreciation for it; we all need to take a breather and experience a calming activity. Whether you’re looking into making pottery a new hobby or simply looking for a new experience where you can let your creativity go wild, find pottery classes in Metro Manila at these studios:


Mess We Made Manila


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Pastel colors and cute characters – if these are your cup of tea, head over to South Korean ceramics studio, messwemade. Its owner visited the original studio in Seoul, became friends with the Korean owners, and decided to bring the experience back home. You can visit their studio in Alabang, or purchase a home kit (starts at P2,800) if you live far.

Find more on Instagram.


Wabi Sabi Studio

You might’ve already heard of Wabi Sabi Studio – it’s a fave among celebs and influencers. The San Juan-based studio opened in 2021 and started with five pottery wheels. Years later, they’re able to expand to a bigger space and host more students. Whether you’re going alone or with a date, a One Day Wheel Throwing Crash Course starts at P4,400 per person, while a Hand Building Workshop is at P2,600. If you don’t feel like getting your hands dirty, you can opt for a ceramic painting experience instead, which starts at P1,500 per session.

Find more on Instagram or visit their official website.


Laro Ceramics

Laro Ceramics started as an online store until they made sets you can purchase online and try at home. Now, they host Clay Play Classes in different locations around the metro. As of writing, they have upcoming classes in the following locations: Las Pinas on May 28, Cavite on May 31, and Quezon City on June 18. Class rates start at P2,000 per head, which is inclusive of materials, firing, and even paint.

Find more details on Instagram or visit their official website.


Bumi & Ashe

Don’t worry about being a complete newbie with pottery. The team behind Bumi & Ashe’s mission is to provide beginner-friendly classes that even kids can get started with them. They offer two 3-hour sessions: learn the basics of ceramics using a potter’s wheel and make your own ceramics with your hands and a few tools, both of which may be done in a day. If you want to commit to learning, you can opt for the 4-session course at P7,800. They have private classes for two too, which is perfect for dates.

Find more on Instagram or visit their official website.



Tahanan Pottery

Feel inspired and inspire others when you take classes at Tahanan Pottery. Over the years, wife and husband-owned pottery studio has built a community for folks who have grown fond of ceramics. Together with their partners and team, Tahanan Pottery was built on expertise and the desire to make the art more accessible for Filipinos. They offer a variety of classes and workshops: from a Basic Pottery Wheel Class (Php 9,000) to an Advanced Sculptural Clay Class (Php 12,000).

Visit their Instagram or official website for more information.


Color Me Mine

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Color Me Mine won’t really teach you how to get started with pottery. Here, it’s the painting experience that you’ll be paying for, which is a fun activity for dates and even for kids. All you have to do is select your ceramic piece and go wild with your designs. Patience is key though – firing will take 5-10 days until it’s delivered to your home. Some ceramics you can paint include a basic tapered mug, wave bowl, and different figurines. Visit their kiosk on the 3rd Floor of Uptown Mall, Taguig, and let your imagination run wild.

Find more details on their official website and shop for ceramics here too.


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When she’s not writing, Ina’s busy curating playlists that will save her when words don’t work, reading, annoying her cat, or thinking of her next meal.

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