Celebrating TBSSS Teacher and Student Achievements

It’s been a busy couple of months for TBSSS teachers, students and alumni, whose work has been included in sculpture prizes and exhibitions. We thought we’d share news of recent achievements, as well as extend our congratulations.

TBSSS guest teacher Ingrid Morley, pictured above left, recently exhibited as part of the ever popular Sculpture by the Sea with her work ‘The Past is Just Behind’. If you missed Ingrid’s work at SXS you’re in luck, as Ingrid currently has a solo exhibition showing at Defiance Gallery until 16 December.

TBSSS Chair, Alabaster specialist teacher and sculptor Carol Crawford is a finalist in the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award now showing at Campbelltown Arts Centre. Now in its 61st year, the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award is an annual art award and exhibition which invites artists to submit works in a variety of artistic categories and mediums. Carol’s sculpture Mitzi (pictured above right) is on show with the other finalist artworks until 8 December. Congratulations Carol!

You may remember from a previous post that Christophe Cornard was a finalist in the 2023 Woollahra Small Sculpture Prize. Recently it was announced that Christophe’s work ‘Intrépide | Intrepid’ was the 2023 Viewer’s Choice Award Winner. Congratulations on this achievement Christophe!

TBSSS sculptors Chris Atichian and Elena Murgia were recently part of the Les Sculptures Refusées at Q Station at North Head Manly. Les Sculptures Refusées is an artist run exhibition which supports artists from Sculpture by the Sea as well as invited artists from around Australia.

As always, we love hearing news and achievements from members of our community. Please get in touch if you have something to share!

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