7 Places To Take Pottery Classes In KL And PJ

Melt your stress away by kneading or spinning clay.

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Disclaimer: This list is arranged in no particular order.

1. Beary Potter Studio

Founded in 2015 by Chloe Wong, Beary Potter Studio provides a wide range of classes for entry to advanced levels. Depending on your preference, you can select a one-day workshop or multi-week sessions.

If you want to go as a group for a birthday party or an outing with colleagues, they provide team building or private sessions as well.

They have themes every month for the hand-building class. This month's theme is Japanese teacups and coasters!


A-7-1, Jalan C180/1,Dataran C180 Balakong,
43200 Cheras, Selangor, Malaysia.


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2. Clay Expression

Whether you're a beginner or an expert, Clay Expression has pottery classes and workshops for all levels. They offer introductory classes or four-lesson and eight-lesson packages.

Trained instructors will demonstrate while providing instructions and guidance as you learn different techniques in pottery making.

They also offer private workshops suitable for groups of six to 30 people.


757, 5 Block C, Jalan Subang 3,
47610 Subang Jaya, Selangor D.E. Malaysia.

+6012-3805505 (Cindy Koh - founder)
+6018 2999054 (Studio)

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3. 22CraftStudio

Melt your stress away by kneading, throwing or hand-building clay at 22CraftStudio.

They have trial courses and courses for both throwing, hand-building, and other techniques. Prices per class start from RM100 onwards. 

You can check out the details on their Instagram Highlights under 'Class Info'.

19, Jalan SL 1/12,
Bandar Sungai Long,
43000 Kajang, Selangor, Malaysia.


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4. Vava Art Studio

Not just an art school, Vava Art Studio has hand-building pottery classes, wheel-throwing classes, and 30-minute workshops on how to glaze. Prices vary depending on which class you pick.

Jalan Bendahara 1/7, Bandar Mahkota Cheras,
43200 Cheras, Selangor, Malaysia.


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5. Life Ceramics

Other than catering to adults, pottery is a great experience for kids. Life Ceramics has 'Discovery' sessions that are kid-friendly. And they also provide course-based classes for you to learn the complete process of pottery throwing.

A one-hour pottery session costs RM100 per adult and RM80 for children.


Lot-3A-01, 163 Retail Park,
8, Jalan Kiara, Mont Kiara,
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.


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6. The Clay Arts Studio

The Clay Arts Studio has been providing pottery classes and workshops since 2008. Each class duration is two hours to two-and-a-half hours long.

A pottery hand-building trial class costs RM180 per person. And a pottery wheel throwing trial class is RM260 per person. Prices include the materials, glazing, and firing costs.

You can book an appointment through WhatsApp or email [email protected] / [email protected].

2-5, One Avenue, Dataran Pelangi Utama,
Jalan Masjid PJU 6A,
47400 Petaling Jaya,
Selangor DE, Malaysia.


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7. Tenmoku Pottery

This pottery studio was founded by Soo Chow Mean, who has been practising in the ceramics industry for more than 30 years. 

Other than providing pottery classes, Tenmoku Pottery also sells their work on their website. Some of the items include teapot sets, vases, bowls, and trays, among others.

23, Jalan Industri Batu Caves 1/1,
Taman Perindustrian Batu Caves,
68100 Batu Caves,
Selangor Darul Ehsan.


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