Don’t Miss Out on Experiencing a Scenic Pottery Class in Antipolo This Month
The fee is inclusive of snacks and a drink.
by Ina Louise Manto | May 10, 2023
It’s never too late to get started on a new hobby or try a new experience, especially if you want some time away from your screen after a week’s worth of work. If you’re the type to enjoy artsy hobbies, good food, and a scenic view, this Clay Play class by Laro Ceramics might be up your alley:
Clay Play Class by Laro Ceramics
Whether you’re going solo, with or partner, or visiting with your friends, Laro Ceramics has an interesting class you can take on May 20, 2023. You might’ve already heard of the studio as they’ve been selling clay kits for ceramics newbies. This time, they’ve partnered with Antipolo-based Cafe Agusta for an afternoon of pottery hand-building class, with a scenic metro view as your background. The class will be led by Erika of Laro Ceramics.
The class is from 3 PM to 6 PM, and the venue is just a few minutes’ drive away from Pinto Art Museum. Hit two birds with one stone and plan an art-filled day: a museum trip in the morning and a fun ceramics class in the afternoon. It’s also a perfect opportunity to get some inspiration for your class.
How much will it cost you?
Laro Ceramics’ Clay Play Class at Cafe Agusta costs PHP 2,900 per person. This is inclusive of pottery materials, glaze firing, an Iced Americano, and a Carbonara Blanca. You’ll also get to personalize your mug with stamps and paints.
How long do I have to wait for my creation?
It’ll take three to four weeks until your new mug is ready for use. Your creation will be fired and glazed after the workshop to have it ready for use. If you live far, you may also opt to have it shipped instead.
Where is Cafe Agusta located?
Cafe Agusta is located on Grand Heights Road, Antipolo, Rizal. Visit their Facebook page for more information.
Book a reservation here.
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