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Ceramics in Barcelona

Ceramics in Barcelona: Studio Selection


Ceramics in Barcelona is booming! And no wonder—ceramics is the perfect way to relax, be present and stretch our creative muscles. Below is a list of ceramics studios in Barcelona where you can find classes, workshops and workspace available for rent.

On the other hand, you're looking to buy ceramics in Barcelona, take a look at my online shop, or make an appointment to come by my studio!

Ceramics Studios in Barcelona

137° Artistic Studio

137º Artistic Studio opened its doors in 2015 to support Barcelona’s humming ceramics scene. Located in the popular PobleNou district, just across from a park and close to cafes, restaurants and the beach. They offer a variety of ceramics classes for all levels, including intensive, continuous and individual courses and workshops. They organize expositions, pop-ups, events and activities. There is a large classroom and 15 coworking spaces for resident artists. The classroom space is also available for open work hours when class is not in session. The studio is equipped with a kitchen/ dining and chill-out areas and exhibition space. Learn more >

137 ceramics studio


Unlike the other ceramics studios on this list, Atuell offers an open studio schedule from Mon-Thurs 5:30 to 9:00pm and 5:30-8pm on Fridays. Students can access the workshop any time during this schedule. Access cards are sold for 5 hours (37 Euros) and 10 hours (65 Euros).  Slips, basic glazes and firings are included in the price of the card. The studio is located in the Gracia district, near the Fontana metro stop. Learn more >

atuell studio


Bas is the result of Alicia Bas's passion for ceramics. In 1970 she established her workshop in Barcelona and began working on clay and, after a long journey through various creative phases, in 2013, with the initiative of her daughter, Xènia Bas, the Bas project was born. Bas is a family project that draws on the know-how of handmade ceramics and the precise outline of contemporary design. They offer ceramics and mold-making courses in Spanish. Learn more >

bas pottery studio

BCN Clay Studio

BCN Clay Studio launched in September 2018, offering new classes and coworking opportunities in the Gracia district. They currently have spaces available for ceramists and jewelers. Perks include a personal table, personal drawer + shelves, access to kilns, pottery wheels and basic glazes, kitchenette + coffee/tea. They have ongoing as well as weekend workshops dedicated to wheel-throwing, hand-building, porcelain and more. Location in the heart of Gracia. Learn more >

bcn clay studio

Corrie Bain Ceramics School

This school was launched in 2019 and is located in a spacious building in the centre of Poblenou, with plenty of natural light. The space measures 300 m2 distributed on one floor, and is fully equipped with 10 Shimpo wheels, and a brand new 300 Litre Nabertherm electric Kiln. The school is divided into 7 different areas: Wheel throwing, hand building, glazing, 20 communal coworking spaces, 9 artists spaces, kitchen, and reception. They have a small gallery, library and chill out area. They offer high quality, professional ceramics courses in various ceramics techniques such as: hand building, wheel throwing, glazing and decoration. They also host Artists Residencies and Symposiums. Learn more >

corrie bain school

['eko.] Ceramic Space

Tucked into the eclectic and quaint district of Sant Antoní, you can find a beautiful space dedicated to clay, named after it's founder, Echo (pronounced ['eko]). Native to China, Echo has worked with many art forms, including photography and jewelry, before finally settling down in the world of clay. Her creative space offers coworking, workshops as well as pop-up shows. Learn more >

eko studio

Espai Ku

ku means emptiness, latent potentiality, constant changes. Espai ku is a ceramics studio, a working place for its members. Ceramics, painting and sculpture are our main activities. Espai ku also has an area exhibiting the work of its members, and eventually also that of guest artists. There has emerged the possibility to host concerts, theatre and other events. Espai ku is also a place where guest artists/ artisans can offer various workshops. Learn more >

espai ku barcelona

El Torn de Barcelona

In 2007 Martin Loew left Switzerland to start a pottery school in Barcelona, which evolved into the present El Torn Barcelona ceramics hub. This ceramics studio is located on the second floor of a large commercial building in the district of PobleNou. There is a classroom, exhibition area, coworking studio spaces, a glazing area and kitchen/bathrooms. El Torn de Barcelona studio space is shared among a large group of international artists and they offer continuous and intensive classes for all skill levels. Learn more >

El Torn de Barcelona


The Forma school of ceramics was founded in 1970. Forma school is a family center founded by Joan Auleda and Maria Rosa Segón. Since 1997, her daughter Elisabet Auleda is the director of the school and his son Ivan Biescas (3rd generation) is the pottery teacher. Their method is to teach students the techniques they prefer and the courses adjust to their needs. Learn more >

forma ceramics studio in barcelona


Laüma is an artistic studio that is born with the objective of bringing creativity closer to everyday life. They offer courses related to artistic creation to initiate exchange, experimentation, autonomous learning and creative freedom. It’s also posible to rent the space for personal or collective projects. Learn more >

pottery studio in barcelona


LesMans is a space for creation and training in ceramics and other artistic disciplines such as animation and gardening. They offer courses, monographs, work spaces for coworkers and store-gallery. Located in the district of El Clot, LesMans is a cozy space open to creativity! Learn more >

les mans pottery workshop in barcelona

Little Studio

Located in the district of Gracia, Little Studio offers classes for kids and adults. There is an exposition space as well as coworking spaces to create your ceramics autonomously. Learn more >

Little Studio Ceramics Studio

Studio Kanay

Founded by Katia Falcón in  2016, Studio Kanay is located in the historic center of Barcelona, in the district of El Raval. Studio Kanay offers hand-building pottery classes as well as wheel throwing classes. There are also a few coworking spaces for artists to work independently. Learn more >

Kanay Ceramics Studio

Taller de Ceràmica Japonesa Yuu

The Taller de Cerámica Yuu is run by Japanese potter Motoko Araki. This ceramics studio is located in the historic city center, in the district of La Ribera. Classes for small groups are offered Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday and there is a small gallery where exhibitions are held. Learn more >

yuu ceramics studio

Terra i Pell

Terra i Pell is a new concept store and artisan studio located in the trendy creative district of El Born. You can find handmade ceramics, jewelry and leather products made by two local artisans, Purificación Rodríguez and Víctor Resa. Besides selling their artwork, this is a working studio where Purificación and Victor give lessons and workshops. You can take wheel throwing and clay hand building classes.  Learn more >

terra i pell artisans in barcelona

Turbot Design

The Turbot Design Studio is located in the district of Poble Sec. Founded by a Polish architect who has a passion for clay! The studio is equipped with a small classroom and coworking spaces for rent. Learn more >

turbot design barcelona

Vuelasola y Hombre Pez

Vuelasola and Hombre Pez is a ceramic production studio that unites the workshop of two Spanish artists, Mily Brezmes and Vicente Rivera. Located in the district of El Born, the studio space includes a gallery space and production area.  Learn more >

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