Come learn Pottery on the Wheel with us! Start your journey in vessel creation with an introduction to wheel-thrown pottery- learning centering, throwing, trimming and glazing techniques. Start from Basic Potters I and develop progressively towards our Basic Potters II and Intermediate Potters Wheel to acquire different levels of mastery on the wheel.
Pottery on the Wheel sessions run weekly over 8 consecutive sessions. Choose a session from Tuesdays to Saturdays to get started!
8 Sessions x 2.5hrs
Outcome: 6-10 fired pieces
Select your class:
Thursdays from 10am - 1230pm (Full)
Tuesday 7pm - 930pm (Full)
Wednesdays from 3pm - 530pm (Full)
Wednesday 7pm - 930pm (Full)
Thursdays from 7pm - 930pm (Full)
Friday 7pm - 930pm (Full)
Saturday 1pm - 330pm (full)
Saturday 4pm - 630pm (Full)
If your desired time slot is not available or fully booked, please indicate your preferences and interest in the form for us to include you on our Waitlist . You will hear from us once we have a vacancy opening up!
(class schedule updated on 23 June)
A 3-hour introductory session to Ceramics for Beginners! You will have fun having a go at the potters’ wheel and unleash your creativity at hand-building. The perfect activity for a bonding session while you learn. (Children aged 8-12, to be accompanied by an adult participant)
Outcome: 1 x glaze-fired piece.
Additional pieces can be fired at $10.00/piece.
Every Saturday (9am-12pm)
19th Oct (full)
(class schedule updated on 14th Oct)
Learn about the multiple handbuilding techniques such as pinching, hollowing, coiling, slabwork to create functional vessels, tableware and unique sculptural pieces. Attempt surface decoration, textural inlay and experimentation with different glaze finishes in the process of creating original pieces like no other!
8 Sessions x 2hrs
Outcome: 5-6 fired pieces
Starting in Jan 2020, every Monday from 7-9pm
What better way to spend some time together than to gather your friends, family and colleagues over at The Potters’ Guilt and get your hands dirty! Rekindle that kinship with family, build up some camaraderie with your working team or celebrate that farewell to singlehood- swing by now for a private session and create a couple of master pieces, not to mention some precious memories with a good laugh at how some people should continue to stick to their day-job…
And now you know who you can trust to reinvent the wheel!
Adam Khoo Learning Technologies Group
Mount Elizabeth Hospital
Pacific Life RE
The National Arts Council
Urban Redevelopment Authority
The perfect gift for your crafty friend! Sign them up for a course at The Potters’ Guilt with our gift certificate that they can use to redeem for a session that their schedule can accommodate.
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Terms & Conditions-
~The gift certificate is valid for 3 months from the date of issue
~The gift certificate is non-refundable, non-transferable and non-exchangable for cash
~The gift certificate is valid for 1 pax participation for session stated
~Recipients can register for their sessions via email at firstname.lastname@example.org at least 2 weeks before session, if not subject to availability.
For customization, please provide us with the following-
Name of Recipient
Name of Sender
Reasons/Occasions for the Gift Certificate
The first of our many ad-hoc visiting artists workshop where we hold one-off workshops by artists friends visiting from around the world!
Learn to pinch your own customised cup & saucer that is unique and one of a kind! Other than form and materiality, discover the considerations of anthropometry and ergonomics in design. Whether if you’re racking your brain about what to get for that loved one this Christmas or think it’s time to do a Greta Thunberg and remind your colleagues to cut down on the disposables, take the opportunity to see what our visiting artist can offer and value add to your understanding of pinching and custom-made design.
Just remember there must be space for a curling little pinkie as you hold and sip from the winning cup of yours!
About the artist-
Lin Chi Yun was born in Taipei, Taiwan. She received her MFA from Tainan National University of the Arts in 2018 and currently practice in a rented studio in Tainan. Since then, she had been invited to Arctic Clay Center in Posio, Finland in April-May 2019 and California State University Long Beach, Los Angeles, USA in June-August 2019 as resident Artist. Her works had been exhibited internationally, in China, Korea, Japan, Finland and USA. She creates a variety of narrative sculptures and is also a part of a clay collective called “Mud Child” where they create interesting non-conventional functional ceramics for daily usage.
Date: October 6th
Time: 3pm to 5.30pm