WHAT'S ON

The Rodd, Gallery, House and Gardens are now closed to visitors until Thursday 30 March 2023. Please visit our website for information and updates about winter events and news about our 2023 programme.

What's on 2022

  • Learning | Workshops for young people MAKE Mondays (Term-time) 3.30 pm - 5 pm, Youth Centre, Presteigne Forthcoming sessions, 5 & 12 December MAKE is a new weekly arts and creative club for young people aged 10 - 14. Find out more and sign up here

  • Learning | Workshops for young people Cultivate Saturday 3 December, 10 am - 1 pm, The Rodd Cultivate is our creative programme for 15 - 25 year olds. It runs once a month on a Saturday and is FREE to attend. Join us for the next Cultivate session with lead artist Emma Posey. Find out more and sign up here


Previously

  • CHIT Jony Easterby Continuing his exploration of plants, form and growth during his residency at The Rodd, CHIT is an exploration into the growth of plants and sprouting of seeds in their search for light. The installation will remain in situ for the next six months to explore the form created by the tubers searching shoots in response to light alongside the transformation of space within the frame. 18x18 = 324 Melody baking potatoes, larch frame and coir twine. To ‘chit’ a potato is to allow it to sprout before planting.

  • Jim Carter - Of Black Shires 31 March - 29 October, Gardens, The Rodd Jim Carter is an environmental artist working in sculpture, ritual, sound and photography to explore themes of loss, remembrance and regeneration in relation to animals and landscape. Of Black Shires is a new body of site-specific artworks and audio developed for The Rodd in 2022. Find out more

  • Mappa Marches 6 October - 29 October, Gallery, The Rodd The Mappa Marches touring exhibition brings together 7 artists, 2 poets and an aerial filmmaker to celebrate the solace and magic of our landscape history and culture. Mappa Marches is co-curated by Adrienne Craddock and Helen Arthur.

  • Painting, Kate Constantine

    Ngawiya. Ngubadi (To Give With Love) 21 July – 1 October, Gallery, The Rodd The Sidney Nolan Trust, in partnership with Aboriginal Art UK is delighted to present a major exhibition of Australian Indigenous artworks at The Rodd. The exhibition will feature artworks by some of Australia’s most established artists and communities as well as up and coming indigenous artists, including Gadigal artist Kate Constantine and Wiradjuri-British artist Jasmine Coe. Find out more

  • Painting - Fiona McIntyre

    Fiona McIntyre - Dreaming The Land 26 May - 1 October, The Library, Rodd Court In Dreaming The Land, McIntyre expresses an imagined landscape inspired by a synergy of objects drawn from the personal collection of Sidney Nolan. She is interested in his unique vision of landscape imagined, remembered and expressed from a perspective of separation and time. Find out more

  • Residency | Konstantina (Kate Constantine) 18 July - 14 August, The Rodd Konstantina (Kate Constantine) is a proud Gadigal woman of the Eora nation and a neo-contemporary indigenous artist. Kate will spend a month in residence at The Rodd to coincide with Ngawiga Ngubadi, a major exhibition of Aboriginal painting. Find out more

  • Exhibition Sidney Nolan - The Celtic Image 26 May - 16 July, Gallery, The Rodd Find out more

  • Selling Exhibition Daniel MacCarthy - The Peace Of Wild Things 31 March - 21 May 2022 Find out more

  • Exhibition Sidney Nolan: The Colour of the Sky - Auschwitz Paintings 12 August - 26 September 2021 Read More

  • Exhibition Nolan à l’Atelier 17 21 May - 8 August 2021 Read More

  • Exhibition Sidney Nolan: Polaroids 31 March - 14 May2022 Find out more