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Tom Bass Sculpture Studio School

Sculpture workshop with Monika Scarrabelotti

Where
1A Clara St
Erskineville NSW 2043
Australia
When

Every day, 10am to 4pm Monday 11 January to Friday 15 January

Cost

Earlybird: $450.00General: $500.00

This summer join Tom Bass Sculpture Studio School for an intensive 5 days of making sculpture. This is an open workshop class which will be run by TBSSS teacher Monika Scarrabelotti.

This workshop is for all skill levels. Students have the chance to work on any project they choose and in the media of their choosing. This may include – stone carving (alabaster, soapstone, limestone), direct plaster, wire, clay modelling, mould making and casting or a ceramic work (to be fired offsite and organised by yourself).

It may be a new project or it could be a sculpture that you are already working on. These 5 days are a wonderful chance to have uninterrupted Studio time over the summer! Places are limited and a short online mentoring session is available with Monika before the workshop to talk about your ideas / project.

Fees include GST and all materials – except stone, which can be purchased at the Studio.

NB TBSSS is an accredited COVID-safe venue. The workshop is socially distanced. All students will need to read the conditions of entry before commencing class.

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