Get your hands dirty: Here are 4 places in Hyderabad offering pottery classes

Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced potter, these studios have something to offer

By -  Nikisha Uddagiri |  Published on  12 March 2023 6:00 AM GMT
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Pottery enthusiasts in Hyderabad. 

Hyderabad: Looking for a fun and creative activity to try on the weekends or during this summer vacation? Why not try your hand at pottery? Hyderabad is home to several pottery studios that offer classes for all ages and skill levels. Whether you’re a beginner or an experienced potter, these studios have something to offer. So, take a break from your routine and explore your creative side.

Here are some places that offer pottery classes in the city:

Kalpataru by Vandana Badruka

Located in Road no 8, Banjara Hills Kalpataru is a true hobby haven. Regardless of age, they welcome everyone to come and explore their creative side. According to Vandana Badruka, the founder of Kalpataru, “Pottery is a difficult skill. Hence, we allow the students to come and have practice sessions by themselves.” She said Anuradha, who comes from a family of potters, teaches her skills to students. The charges for practising sessions vary depending on whether a tutor is required or not. Contact: 09000581919

Our Sacred Space

The pottery classes offered at this place provide an excellent opportunity to learn the basics of pottery and clay sculpting while celebrating art and culture through various courses and workshops. According to Kumar Chakravarthy, an employee of Our Sacred Space, “Gowtham is the pottery master here. The classes are held on weekends and are in high demand. One has to book the sessions in advance here.” Contact: 09030613344

Kavi Art Studio

If you’re looking for a spacious place to unwind and learn the art of pottery in Hyderabad, then Kavi Art Studio is the perfect destination for you. Located behind Sadhana Infinity International School in HUDA Layout, Nalagandla, this studio offers hand pottery and wheel pottery classes. According to the founder of Kavi Art Studio, Kavitha Kumar, “Hand pottery sessions are generally one-on-one and require a minimum of 10 sessions to learn the art. One of the benefits of hand pottery is that one can also make pottery at home.” These sessions are available throughout the year. Contact: 08106532696


Claysutra, located in Railway Colony, Padmarao Nagar, offers a wide range of pottery classes for people of all ages and interests, from parties and events to workshops and residential courses. According to the founder, Carmel Hessing, “Everyone from the age of four is welcome to learn the art of pottery and enjoy the process of creating beautiful things.” Claysutra offers various courses, including regular, beginner, and residential courses, Sunday workshops, and fun learning sessions for parties and events. Contact: 09000803395

Learning pottery can be a fun and therapeutic activity, and these classes offer a great way to explore your creativity. So, why not give it a try and start spinning the potter’s wheel today?

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