If you're stressed out at work, or simply looking for a potential new hobby, why not join us in our classes? There's never been a better time to experience the art of pottery. We offer courses for absolute beginners, as well as seasoned ceramicists.
Each class is 3 hours long. You may choose English, Chinese or Japanese as your language of instruction. Unless stated otherwise, classes will be conducted by Lim Kim Hui.
9.30am - 12.30pm
6.30pm - 9.00pm
9.30am - 12.30pm
10.30am - 1.30pm
2.00pm - 5.00pm
10.00am - 1.00pm
Give pottery a go with a once-off 2-hours session. Working with clay is a tactile, creative experience that you will no doubt enjoy.
If you are new to ceramics, you will start off with our handbuilding course. Techniques you will learn include pinching, coiling, slab building, glazing and a whole lot more. With a syllabus personally developed by Master Potter Lim Kim Hui, you will develop the knowledge on how to make cups, bowls, plates - pottery of your very own.
10 sessions S$480
After gaining confidence through our handbuilding course, you will start off small on the wheel, and progress gradually to throwing larger items. This class allows you free rein on the shapes you wish to make while providing tips and guidance on improving your technique.
10 sessions $580
A 2-hour long class conducted by Shee Bee Heo, your child will learn how to sculpt small clay animals and paint on ceramics.
1 session S$70
Schedule a personalised class for you and your friends. Enjoy free material and firing charges if you are a group of more than 5 people.
Please note that firing charges are not included in the costs of our classes.
We charge S$0.04 per gram of clay, which includes the use of clay, glazes, raw materials as well as bisque and glaze firing. A minimum charge of S$3 applies to every finished product.
Regardless of course or level, firing charges will be included only if the art piece is fired at Ceramic House. If the unfired piece is taken away, we will calculate costs based on the market rate of the specific clay.
Our glazes are mixed by hand in the studio. Ceramic House offers use of both gas and electric kilns to produce beautiful ceramics of porcelain ware quality.
If you would like to hire our kilns, do contact us for more information.