Flood, Daniel Pryde-Jarman


Sir Sidney Nolan was a leading artist of the 20th century. His Ned Kelly paintings became iconic, and today the Sidney Nolan Trust, which he founded in 1985, celebrates his life-long experimentation and passion for creativity, as well as his love for the environment.

Located at The Rodd, the Trust cares for his former home, studio, and 250-acre estate, together with a large collection of Nolan’s artworks, his library and personal archive.

Our exhibitions and events present artwork from our collection, as well as exhibitions by contemporary artists. Our learning and residency programmes support children, young people, adults, and artists to learn, exchange ideas and create.


Exhibitions, workshops, and events. Find out more about what's on this season.

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“I wanted to know the true nature of the “otherness” I had been born into. It was not a European thing.”

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Image: Sir Sidney Nolan


Find out more about our work with schools, families, and lifelong learners.

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Image: School workshop

The Rodd

Find out more about Sidney Nolan's former home and estate.

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Image: Rodd Court

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Sidney Nolan Trust, The Rodd Presteigne,LD8 2LL T:+44 (0)1544 260 149. info@sidneynolantrust.org

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