We are seeking a dynamic and ambitious new Director to lead our small and dedicated team at the Sidney Nolan Trust.
KEEPING ART ALIVE
We are closed temporarily but Nolan’s spirit is still alive!
BECOMING A FRIEND OF
THE SIDNEY NOLAN TRUST
Visit rodd wodd
our woodland is still open to visitors
Fishing at The Rodd
Enjoy fishing in our beautiful stretch of the Hindwell Brook
2020 has been a challenging time for The Sidney Nolan Trust, as it has for many other arts and heritage organisations.
Sadly, in our 35 Anniversary year, we will not be opening our doors to the public which has been a huge blow to us creatively and financially. We are, however, enormously grateful for the emergency funding we have received from Arts Council England, the National Lottery Heritage Fund and Herefordshire County Council. This critically needed support means we will be in a much better position to recover financially and to adapt our creative and learning programmes so that we may reach new audiences in 2021 and beyond.
While our gallery and Rodd Court are not open to visitors we remain open digitally. We are currently developing many new projects so that we may continue to celebrate the life and work of Sidney Nolan and engage with today’s contemporary artists. To be kept informed of our future activities please sign up to our newsletter.
SIR SIDNEY NOLAN
‘Nolan has pursued his own path. His predominantly figurative style has been an aesthetic refuge for eyes and minds bored by abstraction. His imagination is endlessly questing and his artistic and technical invention perhaps unparalleled.’ Jane Clark, 1987
Self-taught and experimental, from the outset Nolan was resolutely modern.