Sidney Nolan: the man and the myth

The film premiered in Australia on ABC, Tuesday 6th November at 9.30pm.

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Mindwalks

24 - 26 November

An exhibition of experimental collaborative installations and other artwork by Tony Collier, Kate Green & friends to be shown in the Sidney Nolan Trust Gallery.

Ant is a retired architect with a lifelong interest in the Arts. Sketches he made on walks were often the inspiration for his paintings and drawings. Kate is an artist who explores walking in the rural landscape as an artistic medium.

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IT'S MY WORLD

Our groundbreaking learning project

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SIR SIDNEY NOLAN

Self-taught and experimental, from the outset Nolan was resolutely modern

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RODD COURT

Acquiring Rodd Court reunites the original estate and enables us to progress plans to fully realise Sidney and Mary's vision for the Trust they founded

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We asked our 2018 'artist campers' what The Rodd represented. They said:

“mind space... a place for wandering and thinking... free ranging... a centre for ecologically sound creative practice and collective learning... a place to step away from your normal life… a space where art becomes a place to belong, it forms community… a bee’s paradise where both artists and ecology can flourish and work in harmony… a creative retreat, a place for artists to expand their practices… way ahead of its time … many other things that cannot be explained with just words…"

Green Room Blog

Stories, pictures and films from residency artists, learning programme participants, workshop and masterclass students and artist campers sharing their experiences and responses to time spent at The Rodd

The Nolan 100

A birthday tribute to Sidney Nolan from 100 individuals worldwide.                   

In 2017 we invited people who knew Sidney, worked with him, or have been influenced by his work or his legacy to choose a ‘favourite’ Nolan work and tell us why.

No.8 In the Cave - Rebecca Daniels

“Nolan was deeply interested in Aboriginal art and repeatedly used images of rock art in his painting because to him its…

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No.40 Aboriginal Girl - Jennie Milne

I moved to The Rodd in June 1998 with my husband and our young daughter. We had only visited once before at Mary’s invitation…

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No 42. Roses in a Merric Boyd Vase - Jack Galloway

In the early 1980s my wife Tessa (Mary Nolan's daughter) and I used to visit Sid and Mary at their London flat by the Thames…

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