School of Clay Arts (SO-CA) is a Singapore-based ceramic studio specialising in pottery classes for beginners. 

Dedicated to a skills-based and practical education, we aim to inspire the application of craft and material knowledge in Everyday Life.

SERVICES

  • Pottery Courses (Beginners' Handbuilding, Advance Beginners' Handbuilding & Beginners' Wheel Throwing)
  • Pottery Trial Class (Handbuilding  or  Potter's Wheel)
  • Clay Art Workshops for Private Groups
  • Open Studio Usage
  • Bisque, Mid & High Temperature Firing 

RETAIL

  • Singapore-made Artisan Tableware
  • Japanese Pottery Tools 
  • Japanese Clay
  • Made-to-Order Plaster Board and Molds 

ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • NO POTTER'S WHEEL TRIALS FROM 2 OCT - 11 NOV 2017
  • STUDIO WILL BE CLOSED 20 OCT - 4 NOV 2017 

Our Core Programmes

Pottery Trial Class

Have a go on the potter's wheel and learn to create simple tableware such as a cup, a saucer or a cereal bowl. A therapeutic creative activity, our trial classes are structured to minimise instructor's assistance and encourage personal exploration and expression.

Pottery Fundamentals for Beginners 

A four weeks course that serves to contextualize the basics of pottery-making through hand-building and glazing techniques. This is recommended for those who wish to work as an independent potter in the long-run.

 

Speciality Workshops (NEW!)

MOLD-MAKING & SLIP-CASTING WORKSHOP FOR BEGINNERS


Opening up great potential for creative expressions, mold-making is an essential technology often employed in industrial production for making multiples. This two-part workshop offers an introduction to the world of mold-making and slip-casting for the absolute beginner. 

Popular Offerings

Corporate Workshops

Japanese Pottery Tools and Clay

Kiln Firing Services


 

Paya Lebar/ Macpherson Location

10 Ubi Cres, Ubi Techpark Lobby B #07-33 Singapore 408564

By Public Transport: 

  • Train to MacPherson MRT (CCL). Take Bus 63 or 63M from EXIT A of MacPherson MRT. Alight 4 stops later when you see KOPITIAM

 

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