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“2 weeks of fun creativity”

Gaya Ceramic Arts Centre
Ranked #38 of 63 Classes & Workshops in Ubud
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Recommended length of visit: More than 3 hours
Owner description: Directed by American wood-firing ceramic artist, Hillary Kane, Gaya Ceramic Arts Center (Gaya CAC) offers a stimulating program of international workshops, continuous weekly wheel throwing classes, and a fabulous ceramic resident artist program. Some might ask... why come half way around the world to learn throwing skills, or to fire a kiln? In our view, setting is everything! Our annual calendar of world class ceramic workshops reflects this: approaching clay not only from the standpoint of a skill-building experience, but also as a creative exploration, tapping stimuli from landscape, architecture, cuisine and culture that cannot be found anywhere else but here in Bali. Gaya CAC coordinates every detail so that participants can focus on the experience at hand—and that experience is indelible: Bali offers fecundity at every juncture---the creative interpretations are endless. WORKSHOPS… Two-week intensive programs taught by internationally renowned ceramic artists from all over the world. CONTINUOUS CLASSES… Weekly tutelage, private lessons, and studio membership passes for an on-the-ground audience. ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM … two-month opportunities for concentration, growth and exposure, attracting professional ceramicists worldwide.
Reviewed 21 May 2014

a wonderful place to attend ceramics workshops. well run with great tutors. I highly recommend it to anyone wanting to do ceramics while also having a fabulous holiday - best of both worlds

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Reviewed 10 December 2013

Just returned from Gaya Ceramics. There was very little for sale - we had gone out of our way to visit this centre believing from the website that there would be a lot for sale. I don't think there were 30 different pieces. What was there was interesting but very difficult to take name on a plane.

6  Thank Shantell C
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