Choose Between Two Options
- $29 for a BYOB ceramics-painting studio night on Saturday's for two adults ($50 value)
- $55 for a BYOB ceramics-painting studio night on Saturday's for four adults ($100 value)
Guests 21 years and older sip drinks while decorating Italian-bisque ceramic pieces with a variety of high-end glazes and tools. Instructors will be provided to serve up tips, tricks and inspiration table-side. The pieces are then professionally finished and fired and are ready to be picked up a five days later. BYOB is only available at the Upper East Side location, but the Upper West Side location offers wine for purchase. Classes are held on Saturday evenings from 7-9pm starting April 19th, 2014.
"This is a candy shop for creativity," Make Meaning's CEO, Dan Nissanoff, told New York Family. The crafting hotspot, named the Best Crafting Hub by New York Magazine, boasts a dizzying range of activities. Inside the brightly lit confines, youngsters and adults can make candles, jewelry, and soap. They can also paint ceramic pieces, create paintings on canvas, and decorate cakes.
The inspiration behind the business? The connections that Nissanoff made with his family when they worked on craft projects together. In order to offer that up to other families, he created Make Meaning, where he and his staff lead guests through craft projects, organize special events from corporate gatherings to birthday parties, and encourage inventiveness and fun.