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Sari Api Ceramic Studio, Ubud

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  • I am only half way through my 16-hour course and I want to say how wonderful it is! Expert individual guidance means that you will take away a few treasures of your own making.  more »
  • I started my classes of by telling susan ' im a quitter , i leave things half way ' . Guess what , i had no reason to let go this time . We started , she gave me knowledge , freedom , patience and the...  more »
  • Situated out north of the centre, my GF and I decided to address our curiosity of ceramics in a 3 hour session. Various handmade techniques were addressed and attempted, before starting on the potter'...  more »
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  • Every Saturday we are there with kids! Friendly telanted Susana !
  • Girlfriend and I attended a class. I had never done pottery, so the guy was teaching me all about it. On the other hand my gf is quite competent and received little advice/help since the guy could see she knew what she was doing. At the end he says it's $80 (aus) (whatever that is in rupee, I'm from aus and everything was marketed towards australians/tourists), I try to reason that it was advertised as $40 for a beginner class, and $10 for a free session if you know what you're doing and don't need help. So $50 right? Nope, he won't take any of it, despite him barely talking to my gf. Anyway I'm not too fussed, it was near the end of our holiday and we were somehow under our budget so ok. Also he said he would post our works to us once they were fired so we left our addresses, and emails (we would have to pay for postage, he said once they were ready to be posted he would email us and we could pay with bpay or something, no problem, I thought my bowl was sick and just wanted to use it!). That was three months ago, since then I've sent them two emails, called numerous times but they rarely answer the phone. On two occassions they picked up, asked for my email and promised they would be in contact asap. Neither of us have received an email. I advise you find a better place for pottery because these guys are a joke. Their prices are just ridiculous too. Last week I attended a pottery class here in downtown Sydney, it was half the price for the same thing. How these guys in the back of Ubud can be more expensive is beyond me...