Learn the basics of pottery at 'Clay Explore Pottery' in Mumbai

Who needs to buy clay pots, when you can make some?!

Pottery is mesmerising. The art of shaping wet clay into a beautiful piece is nothing less than magic. Pottery as an activity is not only soothing but has been known to reduce stress, improve motor skills and flare creativity, which is why a lot of people turn towards pottery when looking for a new hobby.

So if you're in Mumbai and have been wanting to learn the subtle art of moulding clay, we have just the thing for you. Clay Explore Pottery in Mumbai offers a course in beginners pottery which will help you realise your pottery dreams.

What's the deal?

Located in Prabhadevi, Mumbai, Clay Explore Pottery is an art studio which is dedicated towards creating breathtaking pieces of custom ceramics. Launched by ceramic artist Yashashri Shildhankar, the studio is all about the glorious work of clay, the simplicity of clay turning and the creation modern of aesthetically pleasing pieces that can make any space lively, be it a work environment or home.

The studio offers several courses in pottery and clay turning for those who're interested in the craft. From a detailed introduction to pottery to a basic beginner's course with only a few sessions, these folks have it all!

So if you're someone who has long been waiting to learn this amazing craft, this is the place to be at. The clay objects you had been eyeing from so long? Well, you don't need to buy them anymore because with this pottery session, you can make those beautiful pieces on your own.

Knock Knock

Pottery is an art that is immensely calming and yet easier to master than you'd think. So head to the Clay Explore Pottery Studio and learn the intricate art of clay turning!

Price: â‚ą15,000 for Beginner's session

Location: Ganesh Nagar No.1, Prabhadevi, Mumbai

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