Welcome to JBCS

JBCSG NEW LOGOJalan Bahar Clay Studios (JBCS), which began operation in 2005, is managed by Focus Ceramic Services. Located off Jalan Bahar, next to the CleanTech Park, in the premises of the former Guan Huat Dragon Kiln, JBCS is a unique place where Singapore’s pottery heritage has found a new life in a community of artists working with clay.                                                           read more about JBCS →

     
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Open House on 5 March 2016

JBCS Monthly Open House

Time: 11am – 4pm

– Meet artists as they do their artworks in their studios

– View ceramic artworks in the JBCS Gallery

– Tour Guan Huat Dragon Kiln and learn about wood firing

  

Hands-on Clay Session

Time: 2 – 4pm

Try your hands at basic clay forming techniques to create your own functional piece

This piece will be glazed and fired for you

Walk in registration

Fee: Hand Building / Adult $20, Under 12 years old $10

Wheel Throwing / Adult $30, Under 12 years old $20

 

Collect your work: 7th May 2016 onwards

Please note that we would like to give newcomers a chance on the wheel. 

We will be giving newcomers first priority on the wheel.  To those who have had a chance on the wheel, you can have no more than three rounds on the wheel. 

Your understanding and cooperation is very much appreciated.

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The JBCS Artist’s Gallery will also open its doors on Saturday.

Please drop by and enjoy over 100 works by JBCS artists.

This is also a wonderful opportunity to buy a wide variety of works at very reasonable prices and to meet the artists.

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