LIST: Here's Where You Can Get Pottery Classes in Metro Manila

Aug 7, 2023 0 comments


Looking for a relaxing and cool hobby? You know, the kind that's as chill as your favorite Instagram stars learning pottery? Imagine getting your hands dirty, just like in that famous scene from Ghost (1990), while the classic tune "Unchained Melody" plays in the background.

Guess what? Metroscene is here to help you dive into this awesome world. We've found 5 amazing pottery studios right in the city, where you can make your own magic happen. Get ready for some artsy fun!

Wabi Sabi Studio 


Wabi sabi is a Japanese philosophy described as appreciating beauty that is "imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete" in nature. True to its name, the pottery class in this studio serves as a form of therapy. It seems that even famous celebrities got the memo on the tita things to try; Kathryn Bernardo, Bea Alonzo, and Maine Mendoza have all tried out pottery at Wabi Sabi Studio located in San Juan, Manila.

If you want to have the same experience, you can enroll in their three-hour crash course for P4,400. In this course, you'll learn how to use a potter’s wheel, shape forms, and design your own ceramic ware. If you decide to turn it into a hobby, you can sign up for their three-day full course for P10,600. This comprehensive course will take you through the entire process, from starting with the potter’s wheel to finishing by firing your clay.

Bumi & Ashe Pottery


Bumi and Ashe is situated at 59a Cubao Expo Drwy, Cubao, and stands out as the sole pottery studio on our list where you can bring along your young ones. They present the Kid + Parent Hand Sculpting Class, priced at P3,950, offering a delightful two-hour session tailored for beginners. This engaging experience enables you and your child to grasp the fundamentals of pottery together.

In addition to their standard pottery workshops and classes, they periodically host special workshops that you can participate in. Stay in the loop by following their social media channels to stay informed about their upcoming events, and don't forget to visit their website for the latest schedule updates.

AMT Ceramic Studio


This studio caters to individuals who possess prior pottery experience and are seeking an environment equipped with time, space, and resources to refine their skills. Situated at Lot 1 Block 1 La Chesa Heights Subdivision, Tandang Sora, Quezon City, and at an affordable rate of only P100 per hour, you can engage in pottery practice at your own comfortable pace. This self-guided studio provides you with the freedom to unleash your creativity in a pressure-free zone.

For those eager to acquire new techniques, the studio also presents one-session workshops during weekends, available for P2,500. These workshops offer an opportunity to expand your repertoire under guided instruction.

Tahanan Pottery


If you're yearning for a deeper dive into the pottery experience you've savored in a one-time session before, Tahanan Pottery is tailor-made for you. They present a comprehensive understanding of pottery through an immersive package of seven basic classes, complemented by a complimentary six-month membership. Their annual membership commences at a rate of P9,000. You'll find their establishment nestled in South Triangle, Quezon City.

For those seeking a taste of what lies ahead and a glimpse into the learning journey, Tahanan Pottery offers beginner-friendly single pottery classes priced at P2,700. It's the perfect way to dip your toes and gauge the artistry waiting to be explored.

Kibō Studio


Kibō Studio truly shines with its pottery classes designed to cater to "anyone, anywhere." Driven by their vision to create art inspired by both people and nature, they proved their resilience during the peak of the pandemic by pioneering online pottery classes. This exemplified their unwavering dedication to adapt and thrive. The studio's bedrock principles are centered on cultivating growth and facilitating collaboration. Going beyond the potter's wheel, they offer a diverse range of services, including pottery painting and exclusive private workshops.




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