A heritage building repurposed as FORM’s creative project space

One of Western Australia’s oldest surviving railway buildings, repurposed for twenty-first century creativity, The Goods Shed is the urban hub of FORM’s programs.

The Goods Shed
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A resource for learning, culture, exchange and creative development

Open every day to the public, this is an exhibition space, studio, meeting venue, creative learning facility, coffee pod and garden in the heart of the Claremont community, right next to the station.

A site for the curation of ideas, innovation and energy

A year-round program of residencies, projects and workshops, featuring local, national and international artists, and global experts from a range of creative disciplines.

The Goods Shed
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double shot of coffee and culture

A place to grab a coffee, read the paper, or hang out with friends in the gardens. It’s an exciting creative venture, in a very special old building.

A place to be inspired

at The Goods Shed we know that great public places give people opportunities for shared experience, for connection, beauty and belonging. We understand the importance of creating a space that draws people and neighbourhoods—global and local—together.

The Goods Shed
Image courtesy of FORM
The Goods Shed
Image courtesy of FORM

"the Goods Shed adds a whole extra dimension to Claremont. It connects us to the past as well as to cutting edge arts. And does both in a very accessible way"

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