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Discover the secrets of traditional Vietnamese pottery without a time-consuming trip to one of the country’s rural ceramics villages. In this half-day pottery class, learn how to make all sorts of clay creations from a master artisan direct from Bat Trang, one of the country’s oldest ceramics villages. Get personalized guidance and answers to all your questions in this private session – no fighting to be heard from the back of the class.
While away the afternoon with this watercolor class in a cute, off-the-beaten-track cafe in Hanoi. Whether you’re an avid artist or it’s your first time picking up a brush, your teacher can accommodate your level with appropriate instruction on techniques and gentle guidance. Leave the class with your original artwork in hand—it makes a memorable souvenir.
Get more fun and more experience with pottery class in Hanoi old quarter
You don't need to go to Bat Trang ceramics village, just stay in Hanoi Old Quarter, you can play with our Bat Trang artisan.
Introduced to Vietnam by Chinese calligraphers centuries ago, Vietnamese calligraphy has evolved over time into different modern styles, each style designed to communicate something different to its reader. In this short class led by a renowned local calligrapher, learn some of the techniques used by modern Vietnamese calligraphers. With those techniques, create your own unique piece of calligraphy art to take home as a memory of your Vietnam adventure.
Dong Ho Village with its famous paintings has become an aesthetic symbol in Vietnam culture. Located to the left side of Duong River, Dong Ho stood for centuries making their unique art work. From over 100 families in the 1950s, currently there are only a handful of families still making the traditional craft. Dong Ho paintings are places for artists to reflect their wishes for lucks and their perception of everyday life in the village.
Why you choose our workshop
- We are the first one in Hanoi for pottery workshop
- Come to our workshop the kid will know and understand how to make the cups, vase bowl from the clay ( why is from the clay that we have the cups, take how long to fire, how temperature that we fire ……)
- The kids can create with their design
- Create with many idea for hand painted
- After class, the kid can have products to bring home
- Don’t need to go to bat trang village, just stay in Hanoi
- It is really fun
- The workshop in house