School of Clay Arts is a Singapore-based ceramic studio.

Dedicated to stimulating critical and creative applications of craft and material knowledge, we hope our programmes and approaches would prove to be a provoking, productive basis to all who share our interest in the ways of using tools, organizing work, thinking about materials that provide alternative, viable proposals on how to conduct life with skill.

Image Credit (From Left to Right): School of Clay Arts <Cobalt Underglaze Painting> Workshop for Facebook SG; Mugs in cream (2017) by @socasg

SOCA Salon Vol. I photographed by @marithamae ; @socasg for Garibaldi Restaurant & Bar


Pottery for Beginners

Our workshops and pottery courses are suitable for anyone with or without prior ceramic experience. 

Our classes are structured to contexualise and inform on the basis of pottery-making, while encouraging students to explore and express themselves through creative applications of fundamental techniques.

Handcrafted Ceramics; Designed & Made-in-Singapore

Our projects arm <@socasg> aims to explore and articulate the nuances and sensibilities of contemporary Singapore Ceramics through  a design based framework and collaborative practice. We strive to uphold excellent artisanal standards, responsible production and supportive partnerships.

Our long-standing clients include Cloudstreet, Danshari Coffee (Vietnam)  Apartment Coffee, Our Second Nature, Garibaldi Italian Restaurant & Bar, DREAM/ProofLiving amongst others private commissions. 

Selected Clientele (Pottery Workshops)

  • Facebook Singapore
  • SIA Engineering Co. 
  • General Assembly Singapore
  • Citibank Singapore
  • JP Morgan
  • Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy
  • Apartment Coffee
  • SOMOS Summer Camp
  • Autodesk
  • Western Digital Corporation
  • Somerset Capital Management
  • Paya Lebar Methodist Girls' School
  • St Anthony's Canossian Secondary School
  • Calvary Baptist Church
  • People's Association Singapore
  • Cake Theatre
  • The Northern Trust Company
  • LGA Telecom
  • Eliot Partnership
  • Corbion
  • LGA Telecom


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Workshops On Demand

  • One-time Pottery Workshop
  • Customised Private/Group Class (for gatherings, birthday parties, bridal showers ...)
  • Corporate Team-Building
  • Community Co-Creation Projects
  • Clay Jamming for Events
  • Wheel Demonstration and Try-Outs
  • Ceramic Curriculum Consultation and Training for Education Partners

Services & Retail

  • Studio Membership
  • Ceramics by @socasg
  • Japanese Pottery Tools
  • Shimpo Banding Wheels 
  • Clay 


<Intro to Pottery> 

A one-time workshop that contextualises the craft of pottery-making.

Private bookings available from 2 pax onwards. 

<Pottery Fundamentals: Handbuilding>

A 4-weeks foundations course highly recommended for anyone who wish to have a comprehensive overview of the craft with or without prior experience in ceramics. 

Best suited for ages 13 and above.

Private bookings available from 3 pax onwards.

<Studio Membership>

Studio access for independent makers.

Studio membership includes access to 4 different clay bodies, SOCA's blend of high-fired glazes and quality equipments from the most reputable brands in the industry such as Shimpo, Northstar and Brent.  

<Customised Clay Workshops for Corporate Groups>

We tailor workshops for one-off teambuilding sessions to year-long subscription modules that serve to ignite creativity and boost group morale. 

SOCA's workshops are suitable held in office venues. We are experienced at conducting workshops from 4 pax to 180 pax. 

As featured in PM Lee Hsien Loong's Community Visit to Bedok Reservoir-Punggol and Paya Lebar. 

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
  • 10 mins walk from Ubi MRT (DTL)

There is ample parking available within UBI TECHPARK.

Call 9177.5764 or email

 Open By Appointment Only


@schoolofclayarts @socasg

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