Pottery Carving Class In Pejaten Village

Bali, Indonesia

Duration
02 hours
Capacity
2 - 6 travelers
Booking notice
2 days
Standard price
RM 225.00

★★★★★
Garutma
I speak English, Malay

Step into the Tanteri Ceramic Studio neighborhood, where there is a village community that earns their living from making traditional pots made of local clay. Learn the history of pot making in Pejaten Village that has turned it into an industrial village of Pottery in Indonesia.

Then it's time to get crafty! Learn hand building techniques, wheel throwing and hand decorated painting in a step-by-step class that will have you seeing the whole flow of working with clay.


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09:45 AM

Pottery trip to Pejaten village

Summary

Head to the Tanteri Ceramic studio neighborhood and get a comprehensive site tour, along with a fun workshop that will give you an insight into the processing of clay, wheel throwing, decorating, glazing and firing. You will have an electric wheel to mould your clay on.


11:45 AM

End of pottery trip to Pejaten village

Summary

Choose your favourite masterpiece to be processed for firing. Your final piece will be sent to the representative office within one week.


Travel notes

The artwork can be picked up within 1 week after practice. The time/date of the program can be scheduled according to studio availability. Museum visit is included in the price. Workshop Facilities: 15 electric wheels, 5 kilns, clay, a tool kit.

Poor weather plan

Since this is an indoor activity, there is no problem in case of poor weather.

Safety notices

The local guide will explain the regulations.

Where we will meet

Tanteri Ceramic, Pejaten, Tabanan Regency, Bali, Indonesia

How to get there

Standard price
RM 225.00 /Pax
Booking details
Adult
MYR 0
Child (10-15 years)
MYR 0
Total MYR 0.00
Price including
1 mineral / soft drink
Artwork - 1 piece included in the price, extra pieces are for additional fee
Instructor and an accompanying person for working in the studio/factory
Museum visit
Workshop facilities
How to get there

By car rental or travel agent.