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Midnight, by Catie Newell

Tin Sheds Gallery

A contemporary exhibition space located within the school

The Tin Sheds Gallery provides a platform for public debate about the role of architecture, design and planning in contemporary society through the production of research-led exhibitions, publications and related activities.

Current exhibition

Past exhibitions


Designed in Italy, Made in Australia

Discovering the Australian work of Pier Luigi Nervi

Through a series of original work and new documentation, the exhibition will, for the first time, showcase the comprehensive work developed during the 60s and 70s by the world-famous Italian engineer and his office in Rome for Harry Seidler.

Fusion of Horizons

Australian Architects in Asia, 1950s-80s

Fusion of Horizons is the story of five pioneering architects from Australia who travelled throughout Asia in the post-war years and fundamentally contributed to the architecture and design of the continent.


Tin Sheds Gallery

  • 148 City Road, Darlington Sydney, NSW
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Open: Tuesday - Friday 10am – 5pm. Parking is available along Maze Crescent or at Shepherd Street Carpark.

Tin Sheds Gallery