The Cerámica Jorca workshop was founded in 1978 by Jordi Auleda and Carme Llavina. Later in 1982, they decided to open the workshop/school. They devoted the mornings to producing their works and answering commissions from private individuals and institutions, and in the afternoon they gave classes. They made all of the nameplates of the village, the first in Catalan, developing a theme which covered more than 600 species of flowers of the Montseny. The Cerámica Jorca Workshop/School is now run by Glòria Auleda who gives ceramic courses throughout the year for adults and children. The workshop makes its own commercial and artistic pottery and also carries out indoor and outdoor sculptural projects for public and private properties.