WE ARE TEMPORARILY CLOSED
Due to the current lockdown measures affecting Greater Sydney, TBSSS remains temporarily closed and we do not have a reopening date yet. If you are an enrolled student in Term 3/4 classes or any scheduled Special Workshops you will have received email contact from us regarding your booking.
While we hope to be able to open for part of Term 4, we also recognise that the Premier has advised that the lockdown may need to be extended even further. We are monitoring the situation and the State Government advice, and will continue to advise our community accordingly.
Our office staff are currently working remotely and the office and phone will be unattended. If you have any enquiries, please email email@example.com.
The Tom Bass Sculpture Studio School is unique. Founded by Tom Bass in 1974, it is Australia’s oldest and most respected institution dedicated to teaching sculpture in the classic atelier tradition.
Working in a large fully-equipped studio, students of all levels learn one-on-one from professional and dedicated sculptors in a friendly, creatively stimulating atmosphere.
Whether you’re sculpting in clay, stone, direct plaster, papier mache, wax or wire, you will be challenged and empowered to learn to ‘see’ and be inspired to develop your own creative expression. At TBSSS you’ll find yourself absorbed in another world apart from the everyday.
For more information on Tom, visit www.tombass.org.au
“We teach you to see,
not merely to look.”
Tom Bass, 1916 – 2010
Our 3 hour workshops are suitable for students of all skill levels, and aim to develop an understanding of the fundamental aspects of creating sculpture.
We offer a range of special workshops including one day and weekend courses, intensive courses or workshops over a few weeks. You can learn to carve stone, create sculptural ceramic works, work from the life study, plus much more…
Working from a life model, this is an opportunity for the in-depth study of pose, exploring rhythm and expression of the human form. The Life Study runs at different times of the year, as short intensive workshops and extended terms. This class is suitable for intermediate and experienced students.
Term Dates 2021
Term 3: Saturday 10 July – Thursday 16 September
Term 4: Saturday 9 October – Thursday 16 December