Creative Team Building Through Pottery
In our fast-paced world, we often rush from one task to another, missing the chance to bond with one another in the team and to figure out where we are heading together. This is why rest and fun through team building activities is so important, for they restore and re-energise us. Held in a comfortable indoor environment which is not weather-dependent, pottery facilitates interaction and provides an opportunity for members to discover latent creativity in one another:)
As adults we gradually forget the artist inside us! This is why pottery is so exciting, for its re-ignites our imaginations and frees us from our mental boundaries. Its benefits for wellness have also been widely documented.
Tailored for beginners with no prior experience, our pottery team bonding workshop covers an overview of pottery making and teach you handbuilding and coiling techniques so that you can create your own unique cup/bowl/planter in a single session. In addition, you will learn how to form attachments such as handles, and decorative techniques. Collection/delivery of the fired pottery would be 2-3 weeks after the workshop.
TEAM BONDING PROGRAMME *Note: We are fully booked for 2020. For bookings in 2021, it will also follow Singapore’s COVID-19 requirements for social gatherings.
2 hour Hand-building: For both small and large groups (up to 40 pax).
3 hour Hand-building & Electric Wheel: For smaller groups up to 12 pax.
To customise a team building activity for your team, please contact us at email@example.com or call +65-6656-3008.
PAST CORPORATE CLIENTS
Google, Autodesk, Twitter, Barclays, Keppel Land, Putien, Ministry of National Development etc. More about our studio can be found here.
WHAT SOME OF THEM HAVE TO SAY
“We’ve heard great things from our Finance team when they had the pottery class with you and we were hoping to attend a session as a team bonding activity as well” – Twitter team
“The team had a wonderful time bonding and it’s certainly a good way to suss out the creative brains among us. Can’t wait to see the finished pieces.” – Keppel Land team