Clay Play - Workshop
Clay Station Art Studios, Central Silk Board

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  • Clay Art
  • Out shine your Creativity


Get an introduction to the potter's wheel. Learn how to work with clay - to shape it, roll it, pinch it and add texture, to create fun objects such as animal heads, vegetables and simple vessels. Clay Station is an initiative to promote pottery as a hobby in India. They offer recreational options to learn and practice clay modeling and pottery for all age groups through their workshops and training programs.

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This experience is hosted by Clay Station - a Bangalore-based creative clay studio, for the experienced, aspiring and recreational potter. A collective of enthusiastic artists, Clay Station grew out of our infectious passion for the art form. In our effort to share the therapeutic and creative joys of clay, we try our best to make pottery as accessible to you as possible.

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Starting from Rs 0 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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Clay Station Art Studios: Bengaluru

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