Do you want to learn the art of pottery? Fancy this art as your new hobby? You can learn and hone your skills by joining these top pottery classes in Pune. There are some ceramic studios as well as artists who hold workshops and short-term classes across the city.
Get Your Hands Dirty & Create Something Beautiful At These Pottery Classes
Ganesh Prajapati Classes
With a rich experience of 27 years in the field of pottery, Ganesh Prajapati has been teaching the art to adults as well as children. His studio in Katraj imparts personalised training and you have the option to either attend the classes in the studio or call the tutor at home. Apart from that, he also trains in clay modelling. Join the 10-session class (each session is hour-long), and learn the art. They also offer weekly, bi-weekly and monthly classes and several workshops. Here you will learn about the wheel-throwing technique.
Milind Misal's Picasso Art Studio
Picasso Art Studio in Pashan is known for its art courses. Obviously, it's the first name that pops up in our head when we say pottery. Join the academy to learn the art from a scratch. Convened by the founding artist Milind Misal, these classes will provide you with a comprehensive insight into the art of spinning.
Veena Chandran Ceramic Studio
Veena Chandran specialises in functional tableware, personalised gifts and pieces, sculptures, custom crockery for restaurants and cafes and installations and other art pieces. She also holds pottery workshops at her studio by the name Veena Chandran Ceramic Studio in Kalyani Nagar. Chandran’s inspiration has always been in nature. In her workshops, she will hence teach you the nitty-gritty of the network of cracks in the dry-patched soil, arches and curves on tree branches and leaves and more.
There is a pottery studio in Undri and it is all about handcrafted pots, bowls, and other kitchenware products. They also conduct workshops and classes where they teach you the art. M.C Potteries, heaven for customised clay crockeries, kitchenware, home decor and more. Naresh Kesharwani, a gold medallist from BHU in fine arts, is the founder and teacher who shall conduct all the classes. If you want to seriously pursue a course, enroll for their full-time classes where you will be taught about the art from scratch. They are flexible with their timings and can chalk out the class plan according to your preferred timings.
Kalimann means 'play clay' in Tamil and this ceramic studio in Chinchwad has our heart. Did you know the founder Kashmira Shreeram also teaches pottery? Enroll now for personal training and learn to handcraft your own pots and plates. We love the earthy designs that they handcraft. Read our recommendation here.