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2018 Annual Studio Exhibition - Tom Bass Sculpture Studio School

BY Tom Bass Sculpture Studio School | 10-Sep-2018
The 2018 Tom Bass Sculpture Studio annual studio exhibition opens on Sunday 23 September. Everyone is welcome to the opening party. This exhibition is particularly special as we are celebrating our 20th year of calling the Erskineville studio space our home. We will be joined by Clover Moore, Lord Mayor of Sydney, for the opening! The exhibition is a showcase and celebration of the work created at TBSSS over the last 12 months. The event showcases work by students who attend our term and special workshops. Opening 23 September 3 – 6pm,. Exhibition runs from the 24 September – 28 September (open 10am-2pm daily)
Our flagship event for the year – the Annual Studio Exhibition – is drawing excitingly close. The ASE is an opportunity to showcase and celebrate student work completed in classes at the school within the last 12 months. It is a chance to celebrate the progress and achievements of sculpture completed at the school.

This year the exhibition will run from Monday 24 – Friday 28 September 10am – 2pm. The Director’s Choice exhibition will continue to run in the Clara Street Gallery for some time after the close of the main exhibition.

This year we are honoured to have the Lord Mayor of Sydney, Clover Moore, to officially open the exhibition at the opening celebration. This year’s exhibition is particularly special as it is also a celebration of the 20th year that TBSSS has called the Erskineville space home, and provides an opportunity to celebrate our ongoing partnership with the City of Sydney.

We invite all students, their family, friends and members of the public to join us for the opening celebration from 3pm – 6pm on Sunday 23 September. The Rose of Australia will be sponsoring the exhibition by providing catering for the opening. It is sure to be a memorable occasion. All are most welcome to visit the exhibition during the following week and, of course, the Directors’ Choice exhibition which continues on in the Clara Street Gallery.