Let your creativity flow at these pottery classes and workshops for children and adults in Hong Kong.
Looking for a way to spend a relaxing afternoon this autumn? Why not try your hand at pottery? Attend one of the many pottery classes and workshops across the city where you can learn the basics or finesse your skills. These classes are suitable for all skill levels, including children. By the end of your session, you will have created a unique piece that you can take home and cherish.
LUMP Studio – Private and group pottery classes in Hong Kong
Tucked away in Wong Chuk Hang, LUMP Studio was established by passionate potters hoping to bring people together through the unique craft. The studio offers a range of private and group classes for people of all levels to learn the techniques and craftsmanship including pinching, coiling, slabbing, and decorating to create a unique piece to cherish.
Tung Yao Ceramics – Create unique pieces at this pottery class in Hong Kong
With studios across Hong Kong and China, Tung Yao Ceramics encourages keen potters to experiment with the unknown through a range of workshops and classes. From single-item workshops to the ten-lesson Ceramics Technical & Theory Course, students can tailor their ceramic journey and create unique pieces. The studio also offers a youth creative ceramics course, consisting of eight classes for children aged 8-15 years.
Terracotta – Pottery class in a picturesque location
Based in the picturesque seaside town of Stanley, Terracotta’s small but mighty studio is the perfect location to let your imagination run wild. With an abundance of natural light and plenty of wheels and Kilns, this location is the perfect stop for your next pottery party! Offering a fully guided creative kids’ party, children will learn to build, decorate, and take home a clay object inspired by the chosen theme in a fun and creative environment.
Touch Ceramics – Pottery classes specialising in the Japanese technique of kintsugi
Founded by award-winning ceramic, kintsugi artist, and collector Enders Wong in 2016, Touch Ceramics specialises in the centuries-old Japanese technique, kintsugi, which takes broken or cracked pottery and rebuilds them with lacquer and gold dust. Touch Ceramics offers regular classes and private workshops depending on your preferred experience.
Half Corner Studio – Pottery classes for students of all levels
Whether you are just beginning your ceramic journey or are already familiar with all things clay, Half Corner Studio offers a range of classes for students of all levels. Located in the heart of Causeway Bay, this studio focuses on hand-building techniques, helping students understand the whole pottery-making process before moving onto the potter’s wheel. Its Children Ceramics Class & Parenting Course is suitable for children aged 4-15 years and encourages them to observe, problem-solve and build a 3D conception.
CC Art Studio – Online and in-person pottery classes in Hong Kong
Looking to create the perfect gift for yourself or a loved one? CC Art Studio offers a range of fun and creative workshops where students can create their own ceramic earrings, mugs, vases, and even sake sets! With online courses also available, students can even learn from the comfort of their own homes.
Sunroom Pottery Studio – Relaxing pottery class in Hong Kong
If you’d prefer to escape the city on your pottery journey, Sunroom Pottery Studio, located on Peng Chau Island is the perfect spot for an afternoon at the wheel. Founded by ceramic specialist Conrad Li, the studio provides both himself and his students with a quiet environment and simple lifestyle to allow them to work at their own pace and get in touch with their emotions. Weekend workshops and four-session courses are available for adults and children aged 6 and above, don’t forget to book your spot!