Can I visit the studio before I sign up?
Of course! Just make an appointment with us during opening hours. We would love to explain more about the class details and show you around the studio.
Can I pay at the studio on the day instead of online payment?
To reserve a slot, we would require a full payment in advance. This is to prevent "no show up bookings" as we still have to pay our instructors.
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What should I wear to the studio?
Anything comfortable and you don't mind getting a little messy. Avoid skirts, although we provide long aprons but its better to avoid anyway.
Do I need to cut my nails before the class?
Recommended, but no necessary. Unless they are so long that you can't touch anything with your fingertip.
What do I need to bring along?
Wheel Pottery (Trial) - We provide everything including disposable apron, all equipments and materials.
I have no experience in pottery, which course should I choose?
Wheel Pottery (Beginner)
I have some experience but I'm not sure if I should enroll the advance class?
Visit this webpages, Wheel Pottery (Beginner) & Wheel Pottery (Advance). Take a look at the course outlines and see if you had already learnt them. Our course structure are flexible. If you have something in mind that is not listed, we could customised the programme for you. Have a chat with us. Let us know how we can help to improve your skills.
I'm interested! but I'm not sure if I should sign up a full course yet...
No worries, we offer 1-time trial lesson for you to try out.
I don't have a paypal account, how do I pay by credit/debit card?
Paypal account is not required to make payment by credit/debit card. Simply select "Pay with credit or debit card" option at the bottom of the payment gateway and you can skip the paypal login.
What are the cancellation policies?
1. Strictly non-refundable once the booking has been confirmed.
What is the difference between Wheel Pottery(Trial) and Wheel Pottery (Beginner)? Do I have to attend Trial class before signing up for Beginner?
Wheel Pottery (Trial) is a 1-time workshop for participants with no experience and no time to commit for a full course. In this 1.5hrs, you'll learn how to form basic pottery shapes like cups and bowls. Whereas in the beginner's course you will learn the complete process that includes trimming foot rim, shaping and glazing techniques.