Clay-Street and The Earthen pot came together to celebrate the diversity in clay by organizing an exhibition Earth with the six Singapore-based artists actually hail from five different home countries - India, Malaysia, New Zealand, Singapore and Turkey.

Held alongside Singapore Art Week 2021, earth. presented the works of six contemporary ceramicists based in Singapore. Abraham Ling, Carragh Amos, M. Fikret Ercan, Alvin Ng, Chew Seow Phuang and Mona Malhotra.


Clay-Street Studio gets total makeover with afresh and welcoming look.


Artist Mona Malhotra with the President of Singapore with Mdm Halima Yacob at the opening of Singapore Clay Festival at The Enabling Village.

Singapore Clay Festival, 2021

Enabling Village hosted the inaugural Singapore Clay Festival from 19 – 29 November 2021. This multi-event community celebration brought together more than 130 potters in a family-friendly and diverse programme that includes pottery workshops, masterclasses, talk, exhibitions, and a Clay Makers’ Market.

As an unwavering supporter for the Singapore Clay Festival, Clay-Street organised multiple hands-on workshops for the adults and children and festival visitors and continues to do it till date.

Clay-Street will be conducting more such workshops in the upcoming Singapore Clay festival 2023.

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