Delhi: Indulge in some clay therapy at these pottery studios.
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Delhi: Indulge in some clay therapy at these pottery studios.

Deepti Gupta Pottery classes a perfect location to go and learn pottery as a beginner

Delhi: Indulge in some clay therapy at these pottery studios.

A pottery lesson could be exactly what you need if you've had a stressful week and are searching for a way to spend some relaxing hours away from your computer screen. Not only will you be able to put your spare time to constructive and creative use, but a pottery session could be the perfect way to develop a new hobby.

Deepti Gupta Pottery classes

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This is a perfect location to go and learn pottery as a beginner. Deepti Gupta conveniently designs the curriculum based on her students' interests and abilities, with each session often lasting three hours. She takes pottery classes for people of all ages. Her classes are held on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays.

Location: Maurya Enclave, Pitampura
Time: 11 AM - 5 PM.

Zorba, The Buddha Village

This village's architecture is a lovely fusion of modern design and organic bamboo-mud-thatch beauty, and it includes lovely gardens and reflective ponds. Additionally, Zorba provides programs for artists-in-residence that last one month. They provide ceramic arts fellowship programs and long- and short-term courses.

Location: Tropical Drive, Mehrauli-Gurgaon Road, Ghitorni
Time:  9 AM - 6 PM

The Clay Studio- Maati Srijaan

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This clay studio, founded by Meenakshi Rajendra and Rachna Sudeen, is a great place to start your pottery journey. They believe in the concept of transferring skills not only via the provision of appropriate training but also through the organization of frequent exhibitions and workshops. Additionally, beginning in the month of April each year, they host a number of different summer workshops.

Location: Madhu Vihar, Street No. 15, IP Extension
Time:  10:30 AM - 6 PM

Kalawatika Ceramic Classes

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Clay is used as a medium for self-expression at the non-profit organization Kalawatika, which has its headquarters in Noida. The group does not seek to profit financially from its activities. In addition, those who are interested in drawing, painting, contemporary art, or photography may find this place to be heloful. Ceramic artists and studio potters have the opportunity to rent Kalawatika's studio facilities on an hourly basis during the week.

Location: C-258, Sector 44, Noida
Timing: 11 AM - 6 PM

Blue Turtle

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The pottery workshops here are taken by teacher/mentor Madhur Sen. Every time you come to the studio, she works to make sure you leave the class having learned something new about pottery. Usually, she has one-on-one lessons on Mondays and Wednesdays of the week.

Location:  E899, Chittaranjan Park
Timing:  11 AM - 2 PM

Delhi Blue Pottery Trust

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The best thing about this location is that it is open to everyone, regardless of whether they want to learn expert pottery techniques like creating lids and handles and slab work or just the fundamentals. A complete, all-inclusive location to begin your pottery experimentation.

Location: Delhi Blue Apartments, Safdarjung Ring Road & Sanskriti Kendra Anandgram, Mehrauli Gurgaon Road
Timing:  11 AM - 7 PM