The Old Tin Shed

South Canterbury
All year round

Helping you to find your own unique, inner artist

A process-art studio offering creative workshops for kids, young people and adults, in Waimate, South Canterbury. They offer extracurricular and holiday programmes for kids from preschool to 12, adult ‘Sip ‘n’ Splatters’ and more. The Old Tin Shed aims to offer a creative space where you can be inspired to make art. They do not teach art lessons – they provide the guidance, inspiration, space, time, and materials to enable you to create your own art. Art Club for grown ups every Wednesday night. Come every week, once in a while, or just as a one-off.



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The Old Tin Shed


South Canterbury


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