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Annual Studio Exhibition – opening Sun 20 Sep

The Latest Events Newsletters The Annual Studio Exhibition opens this Sunday 20 September at a brand new time of 3-6pm with official speeches at 4.30pm. Sydney sculptor and TBSSS guest teacher Paul Hopmeier will offfically open the exhibition. The exhibition is a showcase … Read More
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Announcing the Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture

The Latest Events Newsletters In March 2016 an exciting new art prize - the Tom Bass Prize for Figurative Sculpture - will have its inaugural exhibition and will run every two years from then on. The Exhibition will be held in … Read More
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Tom Bass Students exhibit in VIVID Festival

The Latest Events Newsletters Congratulations to Reuben Young and Oliver Tanner - alumni of TBSSS, who both have light sculptures as part of this year's VIVID Festival in Sydney. Working collaboratively with Japanese artist Masakazu Shirane, Light Origami invites viewers to explore the nature of reality by entering a … Read More
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Watch Kim Mahood’s 2015 Tom Bass Memorial Address

The Latest Events Newsletters On Friday 13 March we welcomed a crowd of about 50 people to the 2015 Tom Bass Memorial Address given by writer and artist Kim Mahood. You can watch the film of the Address below and here are … Read More
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TBSSS Board Member and sculptor Tony Wong Hee’s latest exhibition…

The Latest Events Newsletters It’s a small world,  Tony Wong Hee  mu studio gallery 7 March - 28 March Be sure to make a trip to the Headland Park Artist Precinct this March to check out TBSSS Baord Member and … Read More
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‘Pieces of Eight’ – Art Month Exhibition opens at Clara Street Gallery

The Latest Events Newsletters Our Art Month Exhibition Pieces of Eight, was officially opened on Thursday 5 March by TBSSS friend and Defiance Gallery Director Campbell Robertson-Swann. We had a terrific turnout for this event, with five of the eight featured artists present … Read More
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Carving stone available for purchase at TBSSS

The Latest Events Newsletters TBSSS stocks a variety of stone available for purchase. We are now selling beautiful alabaster stone – imported from the U.S. as it’s unavailable in Australia. We have 1-2kg pieces available for $40/kg, there are a … Read More
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Broadsheet visits our Studio

The Latest Events Newsletters Last month, the wonderful people at Broadsheet visited our Studio. They wrote about their visit and took some great photos of our unique space. We'd like to thank Broadsheet for featuring the work we do. Special … Read More
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Ingrid Morley Wins Forbes Sculpture Prize

The Latest Events Newsletters A huge congratulations to TBSSS friend and guest teacher - artist Ingrid Morley on winning the 2014 Sculpture Forbes $20,000 acquisition prize. Ingrid's sculpture pictured "Shadows on the Landing", is an evocative response to the site … Read More
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Unveiling of Green Square School Sculpture by Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney

The Latest Events Newsletters The TBSSS Emerging Sculptor Scholarship Program 2012 gave Susann Taylor and Peter Lewis the opportunity to embark on a public art project funded by the City of Sydney for a ceremonial sculpture to be installed at … Read More
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