Tin Sheds Gallery Sydney

148 City Road, Darlington, Sydney NSW 2008 Map
Tue–Fri 11 am–5 pm Sat 10 am–2 pm

The Tin Sheds Gallery (TSG) is a contemporary exhibition space located within the Sydney School of Architecture, Design and Planning at the University of Sydney. TSG is situated in a highly visible location, and is embedded in a cultural precinct, positioned between the Seymour Centre, Carriageworks, Performance Space, the University of Sydney Gallery, and Verge Gallery.

Our mission is to foster and advance public debate about the role of architecture, design and planning in contemporary society through the production of research-led exhibitions, publications and related activities.

The gallery provides a platform for projects that inspire the imagination and ignite critical dialogue - addressing the myriad forces that shape the built and virtual environment.

The Tin Sheds is both a physical and intellectual space that contributes to the broader discourse of local and international architecture, urban and design culture. We are dedicated to the intelligent and accessible promotion of scholarly research in the field, the exploration of new ideas, the hosting of collective and critical debate, and the nurturing of spatial experimentation and innovation.