4 Places To Visit If You Love Pottery As Much As Titeeksha Tawde From Tu Ashi Jawali Raha

The actress who essays Manva's character inspires us with her artistic side.

1. Mitty Pottery Classes And Sculpture Studio, Mumbai

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A wise man once said, “To practise art no matter how well or badly is a way to make your soul grow.” Each day we are stepping into modernism. While our ancestors drank water out of clay pots, we have luxurious vessels looking after our needs. However, with each step, we take into the mechanical world of today, there is a whole lot of curiosity wants to explore about the bygone era. We are talking about nothing other than pottery, one of the oldest human creations. Recently, Titeeksha Tawde from Tu Ashi Jawali Raha took pottery classes inspiring us to dive into this artistic field.

Seeing her if you want to do the same, here’s from where you can start.

Before you proceed, watch the episode of Tu Ashi Jawali Raha:

At Mitty, you can learn from terracotta, porcelain and stoneware. This workshop is for all the age groups as you can make children’s ornaments to wedding platters! The face behind this art is Vinod Dubey who will also conduct your workshops.

Check out more information here.

2. Ganesh Pottery, Pune

Ganesh Pottery
Ganesh Pottery

You will get to play with terracotta clay on a modern electric wheel machine. Your teacher will teach you to give a shape to the object and the amount of water required to make it. They also fire your pottery products, the ones that you have made at home.

Check out more information here.

3. Potter’s Place, Mumbai

Potter's Place
Potter's Place

You will be welcomed by a mango tree under which the studio is located. The classes are mostly conducted by Shalan Dere. The workshops teach you the hand and wheel techniques required for pottery. Potter’s place also boasts exhibit handmade by artists. If you are looking for home decor items, this is your place to be.

Check out more information here.

4. Veena Chandran Ceramic Studio, Pune

Veena Chandra
Veena Chandra

Veena Chandra has worked with artists like Ray Meeker and Deborah Smith at Golden Bridge Pottery. Conducting workshops for the last seven years, Veena takes workshops from beginners to intermediate levels. She teaches basic hand building, wheel throwing, glazing and intermediate workshop: wheel throwing, glazing and firing.

Check out more information here.

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