WELCOME TO BOON'S POTTERY
Learn the art of pottery from the best potters in Singapore
Boon’s Pottery was founded by Master Potter Chuan Siang Boon in 1998 as he left his job and embarked on the journey to follow his dreams. Over the years, Boon's Pottery has grown from a one-man team to a group of passionate ceramic artists and instructors, featuring both local masterpieces as well as masterpieces from foreign visiting potters. Many of Boon's masterpieces have been sold worldwide and some were chosen as state gifts for foreign officials. The team at Boon's Pottery offers students exposure to different styles and techniques and is a good place to learn the art of pottery.
Boon’s Pottery is a Singaporean art gallery and studio featuring local ceramic artists as well as collections from visiting ceramic artists around the world. Since 1998, we have always stood as a platform for Singaporean ceramic artists to showcase the works and techniques unique to our local flavour. Today, with a pool of talented instructors and armed with a full studio capable of glazing and firing, we conduct classes to bring the general public closer to the appreciation of fine ceramic arts.
Something for Everyone
Basics of Pottery
Handbuilding is an ancient pottery-making technique that involves creating forms without a pottery wheel, using the hands, fingers, and simple tools. The most common handbuilding techniques are pinch pottery, coil building, and slab building. We recommend starting from coil building to build your foundation, as well as to understand the nature of clay better.
Your New Masterpiece
Wheel Throwing makes use of an electric potter wheel to shape the clay placed on the wheel. Watching a skilful potter can make you think that wheel throwing is easy, but it is a skill that requires lots of patience, practice and passion. You don't have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great. Start today!
2-Hour Trial Lesson
Always wanted to try pottery? Come and learn handbuilding or wheel throwing with us in our trial lesson. Fees include clay and firing costs. Handbuilding: 1 piece OR
wheelthrowing: 2 pieces. We have trial classes from Tuesday to Sunday. Give us a call before coming to reserve a slot!
Wheel Throwing 4 Classes
Learn wheel throwing from our instructors for 3 hours per session. The fees include clay and firing costs for a piece of your work every lesson. Walk in from 2-5pm from Tuesday to Sunday. Call us to reserve a slot.
Handbuilding 4 Classes
Learn the art of handbuilding for 3 hours per session. The fees include clay and firing costs for a piece of your work every lesson. Walk in from 2-5pm from Tuesday to Sunday. Call us to reserve a slot.
Children's Class 4 Sessions
Our children’s course focuses primarily on the pinching and coiling technique, and is inclusive of all materials and firing costs. Simple clay vessels such as bowls and cups can be formed by pinching and clay walls with the thumb and forefinger. It is a basic pot making method often taught to young children. Expose your kids to pottery to unleash their creativity. Kids classes are held on every Sunday 10am-12pm.
Looking for a fun and unique experience for your company? Try out our pottery classes and bring home your one-of-a-kind masterpieces home! Contact us for a discussion on the desired date, your group size and let us work together to create a wonderful pottery experience for your team.
People have come to us for birthday parties, anniversaries and hen’s parties. Create and bring home memorable ceramic art pieces to commemorate significant milestones in your life! Contact us for booking and let us work together to bring you and your friends a fun pottery experience.