Open since July 2018, Les Faiseurs is a café, boutique and pottery studio located in the heart of Little Italy in Montreal. Since our opening, we have introduced more than 15,000 people to pottery and this art has continued to grow in popularity.

It is a source of pride to have contributed to the rise of ceramics in Quebec, particularly in Montreal, and to share our passion with so many people on a daily basis.

Les Faiseurs : a team of ceramic enthusiasts

Les Faiseurs is a small business founded by a woman and made up of a predominantly female team. We went through a pandemic, and we even managed to expand during this period with the opening of the Annex, our second space (at first temporary) that we have kept since 2021 to offer even more courses, workshops and activities, and space for members!

Praise of slowness

Our values: discovery, accessibility, quality and pleasure! We hope to transmit our passion by making you proud to create something with your hands! Here, we praise the slowness and the importance of taking the time to do things well. In pottery, we value the process and the experience more than the result (although we hope you'll love your pieces).

Complete immersion in the world of ceramics

Our mission is to provide you with a memorable experience in today's world of ceramics. We thought of everything!

  • Our coffees are served in handmade ceramic cups made here in Montreal
  • The coffee area overlooks the workshop so you can see the ceramists at work
  • You can participate in a ceramic painting activity
  • Our shop is filled with creations by Quebec ceramic artists
  • And of course, you can put your hands in the dirt yourself during a workshop or a pottery class !

Thank you for following us on this adventure!

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Démocratiser la poterie de loisir , La Presse, July 22, 2023

"It was in the summer of 2018 that the café, boutique and studio was born, boulevard Saint-Laurent just north of rue Beaubien. The concept was daring, but seemed to meet a need, that of democratizing pottery as a hobby. Today, not only is it still in operation, but its space has even grown since its beginnings."