After careful consideration in relation to the rapidly changing coronavirus (COVID-19) situation we have decided to end all classes for this term from Wednesday 18 March.
This is a preventative measure for the health and wellbeing of all staff, students, their families and friends.
We will keep you informed about our plans to recommence classes or any other changes that might arise. Hopefully we will resume for Term 2 (21, 22,23 April).
These are extraordinary circumstances and we appreciate your understanding and hope to welcome you back next term.

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Bayside Sculpture ‘Connections’ exhibition opening night will be held here on Sunday 15 December 6.30-8.30pm. The exhibition will finish the following Sunday 22nd December. Opening hours are 11am – 5pm daily and entry to the opening event and exhibition are free of charge. Come and see a wide variety of over 90 sculptures showcasing the talent of the students and resident sculptors.

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Congratulations to Susie Ashkenazi and Esther Goldberg for their success at the recent Association of Sculptors of Victoria 2019 Annual Awards Exhibition.  Susie won the Meridian Fine Art Foundry prize for her ceramic piece ‘Relic”. It was described as ” a powerful work of a fragment of a larger-than-life-sized head reminiscent of the destruction of the beautiful buildings and sacred objects which we have lost recently in wars and acts of deliberate violence…”

Esther’s piece,  ‘Ballet Dancer” was highly commended in the Andor Meszaros Sculpture prize division. The judges said “This sculpture is masterful and expressive.  The body flings itself back in a controlled and yet abandoned gesture.  The work embodies the soul and the muscularity of a ballet dancer.”

 

 

 

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