Tin Camp Studios

Tin Camp Studios provide a safe and welcoming space for unique music and cultural events. The studios are constructed from salvaged materials and modelled on typical 1950s Aboriginal housing that could be found on the fringe of countless Australian townships. 
Tin Camp Studios currently exist in two forms – one that is built on site showcasing traditional building practices, and a second that is pre-fabricated in the style of a ‘pop up’ venue. 

Tin Camp Sessions

Tin Camp sessions have a rich focus on storytelling. They occur in many forms and may include music, sound, film, spoken word or other forms of communication. Healing is the main focus, with founder Warren Mason frequently sharing his own personal journey.

About

Warren Mason is a proud generation Yuwaalaraay man with links to the Yorta Yorta. He sees the concept of the Tin Camp as a healing tool to share his story and to welcome others to become part of it. Warren is on a journey of learning through art and music practices and invites others to join him in his healing.

About

Warren Mason is a proud generation Yuwaalaraay man with links to the Yorta Yorta. He sees the concept of the Tin Camp as a healing tool to share his story and to welcome others to become part of it. Warren is on a journey of learning through art and music practices and invites others to join him in his healing.

Up Coming gigs

13 FEB – National Apology Day 12th Anniversary, Veale Gardens, South Terrace, SA

14 FEB – Z Wines, Barossa Valley, SA

15 & 16 FEB– The Parlour, Adelaide Fringe Festival 2020

Get in Touch

Call us to chat about Tin Camp Studios
0428 296 298

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