top of page

  She Shed He Shed  

A project made possible by the Foundation for Rural Regional Renewal and The Yulgilbar Foundation



The She Shed He Shed ('The Shed') will be a comprehensive gender neutral project

that caters to all the primary 'Off Grid' Arts & Crafts.


The Shed will have two main sections: Studio & Workshop


For lighter weight Arts & Crafts, such as drawing, painting, fabric & fibre crafts.



For heavier weight Arts & Crafts, such as metal work, wood work, mosaics, etc., and

will include a Community Tool Library.


 The Shed will also provide a mending service for garments, furniture and other domestic items 

and Sewing Machine & Overlocker servicing.


Pursuing the theme of: Building Community Resilience​​

Increase social connectedness and general wellbeing

By providing space and resources for community based activities

Create opportunities for self-expression

By facilitating access to art and craft activities

Excited? We are! So...

The project timeline will span across the 2021/2022 financial year, with The Shed fully operational from early 2022 


But don’t worry, you don’t need to wait that long to get involved!

August 2021 marks the start of classes in lighter weight arts and crafts
(drawing/painting, knitting/crocheting, sewing, screen printing and more). 

Want to get involved?

Register your interest in attending, contributing to the set up, or delivering workshops BELOW

Sign up to receive updates and important announcements straight to your inbox (via email).

  Get Involved  

Register your Interest
Tell us what you're interested in (you can select multiple):

Thanks for submitting!

Register you Interest for the She Shed He She
bottom of page