Wanna craft your very own ceramics? Here are the best ceramic classes in Hong Kong for artsy peeps.
Let’s agree that there’s nothing more encouraging than learning a new skill. For eager learners like you, we’ve sorted all the best cooking classes, dance classes and online fitness classes in Hong Kong. If you’re looking to pick up a new art-related hobby, we think these amazing ceramic classes in Hong Kong will give you the best learning experience.
Best ceramic classes in Hong Kong
1. Tung Yao Ceramics (童窯陶瓷設計工作室)
Founded by Amber Lei who has a BA in ceramics, Tung Yao Ceramics has several studios, showrooms, and labs in Hong Kong and Zhuhai, as well as in the pottery heaven, Jingdezhen. From single item workshops to throwing trial classes, to membership packages, an array of courses are available at Tung Yao Ceramics. If you’re new to the world of ceramics and would like to master the basics, the ten-lesson Ceramics Technical & Theory Course would be perfect for you.
Tung Yao Ceramics, 4-6 Po Yan Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong, p. 2989 2300
2. Touch Ceramics
If you fancy Japanese pottery, you have to check out Touch Ceramics. You can learn about Kintsugi, a 600-years-old ceramic repairment art, at its regular Kintsugi course. The porcelain painting course is also a highlight, as it teaches traditional European and British decorating brushstrokes.
Touch Ceramics, Shop 203, 2/F, Block 3 Barrack Block, Tai Kwun, 10 Hollywood Road, Central, Hong Kong, p. 2562 9000
3. Half Corner Studio (半邊陶室)
If you are looking to master fundamental ceramic skills, Half Corner Studio has got an array of courses to support your journey. Let its professional instructors teach you techniques of throwing, slab-building, pinching, and coiling. From sculptured objects to simple vessels, all kinds of artistic ceramics can be made at their studios. Classes specifically designed for kids from five to 15 years old are also available at their Causeway Bay location.
Half Corner Studio has locations in Causeway Bay and Kwai Fong.
4. CC Art Studio (思陶藝術工作室)
Dedicated to promoting ceramic art, CC Art Studio provides classes for all levels. Craft your very own ceramic earrings, mug, coffee filter, sake set, and many other works in a class of one to eight people. What’s cool about CC Art Studio is that their classes can be conducted outside of their studio, allowing you to enjoy their fun classes in the comfort of your own home, or as a group in a venue of your choice.
CC Art Studio, Room C, 17/F, Shun Lee Commercial Building, 338-340 Castle Peak Road, Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong, p. 9546 6825
5. Useless Studio (無用生活)
Funny name, but Useless Studio’s classes ain’t useless at all! Founded by three local ceramic lovers, Useless Studio aims to promote a slow lifestyle through the process of ceramic making. The team holds both regular classes and trial workshops, teaching visitors essential skills to create beautiful ceramics like coffee dripper, candle holder, and plant vase. Also on display are an array of ceramic products at the studio where you can shop some intricate artworks.
Useless Studio has locations in Mong Kok and San Po Kong.
6. Two Parts Studio (二部藝術工作室)
Two Parts Studio holds high-quality ceramic classes for all levels of learners. Its five-lesson beginner course teaches you all the basics like throwing, trimming, and glazing. Or, you can go for the advanced class if you’re feeling confident. Moreover, members of the studio can take part in member-exclusive workshops, as well as book a self-service slot to throw, glaze, or handbuild anytime.
Two Parts Studio has locations in Tai Koo and San Po Kong.
7. Hiuchi (曉至)
Specialising in hand-painted pottery, Hiuchi offers workshops conducted in English and Cantonese. The classes are all beginner-friendly and there are coaches to guide you through every step of the process. You can make marbled cups, bowls, clocks, candle holders, and more. The fees vary depending on the product, but we’ve tried and tested some of the workshops here, and we can assure you that you’ll love them!
Hiuchi, 10C, The Globe, 79 Wing Hong Street, Cheung Sha Wan, Hong Kong, p. 6432 9366
Founder of Cupclay, Kit Han, believes that people can get satisfaction out of making ceramics, as every single piece is different to another. We agree with her view, as you never know how your ceramic project is going to turn out until the colours are all blended in the firing process. Try your hand at ceramics with Cupclay’s workshops which include mug and plate set, animal plates, wheel-throwing, and more.
Cupclay, G/F, 66 Cheung Sha Wan Road, Sham Shui Po, Hong Kong, p. 9312 6580
9. Hama Pottery Studio (temporarily closed)
Co-founded by a local ceramic artist and a graphic designer, Hama Pottery Studio creates trendy ceramics with a minimalistic style. They hold an array of ceramic workshops where you can make plates, mugs, and many other homewares with quirky shapes. Although Hama is temporarily closed, you can still get in touch with the team to arrange online or private classes.
Hama Pottery Studio, Room 702, Hing Tai Commercial Building, 114 Wing Lok Street, Sheung Wan, Hong Kong