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

What's on

  • Nolan à l’Atelier 17

    21 May - 8 August, Gallery, The Rodd

    Nolan's etching experiments from his time at the famous Paris print workshop are presented alongside magnificent artworks by leading surrealists of the day.

  • Simon Dorell: Jackdaws for company

    21 May - 26 September, Rodd Court

    The result of Dorrell's solitary ramblings at The Rodd during lockdown. His ink and gouache paintings of the house and historic farm buildings present a unique record of The Rodd resting dormant.

  • Daniel Pryde-Jarman

    21 May - 26 September, Outdoors, The Rodd

    New sculpture by artist and curator Daniel Pryde-Jarman is presented across The Rodd's grounds.

  • Nolan Collection

    21 May - 26 September, Rodd Court

    A changing display of works from the Nolan collection.

  • Future Exhibition

    Sir Sidney Nolan: Polaroids

    Opening 17 June, Informality Gallery, Henley on Thames

  • Etching

    Future Workshop

    Printmaking workshop – Exploring colour viscosity

    Sunday 18 July, 10 am - 5 pm, The Rodd

    In tandem with our current exhibition Nolan à l’Atelier 17, we are delighted to offer a one-day printmaking workshop exploring colour viscosity printing. Our workshop will look at the basic principles of viscosity printing and will be led by Prof. David Ferry, RE who co-curated the current Nolan exhibition.

    £120 (All materials provided)

    To book your place, please email info@sidneynolantrust.org

  • Future Exhibition

    Sidney Nolan: Colour of the Sky - Auschwitz Paintings

    Opening 13 August, Gallery, The Rodd

  • Future Event

    The Life and World of Francis Rodd, Lord Rennell (1895-1978),

    Friday 6 August, 6.30 pm, Gallery, The Rodd

    An evening lecture by Philip Boobbyer. Philip will tell the intriguing story of Francis Rodd, explorer, banker, intelligence officer and military administrator in Africa and Italy. Lord Rennell lived at The Rodd between 1943 until his death in 1978.

    Book tickets here

  • Future Event

    Clun Valley Music at The Rodd,

    Saturday 14 August, 7 pm, Gallery, The Rodd

    The Auric String Quartet present a programme in which Beethoven’s deeply contemplative String Quartet in A minor, Op. 132 is set alongside music by Viktor Ullmann and Gideon Klein, two composers who died in the Holocaust.

    Book tickets here