WHAT'S ON 2023

Exhibitions, workshops and events this season

  • Learning | Workshops for young people
    MAKE
    MAKE is a new weekly arts and creative club for young people aged 10 - 14. Mondays (Term-time) 3.30 pm - 5 pm, Youth Centre, Presteigne

    Forthcoming sessions
    Monday 16 Jan 2023 - Monday 13 February
    Break for half-term
    Monday 27 February - Monday 27 March
    Break for Easter holidays

    Find out more and sign up here

  • Learning | Workshops for young people
    Cultivate
    Cultivate is our creative programme for 15 - 25 year olds.

    Forthcoming Cultivate dates
    Saturday 11 Feburary, 2023
    Saturday 11 March, 2023

    Find out more and sign up here

  • Philip Hughes Painting

    Selling Exhibition | Gallery
    Philip Hughes
    Thirty Years of Landscape
    30 March - 20 May 2023

    This survey exhibition selects from a range of landscapes that have been key sources for the artist over thirty years. There are paintings from the U.K., Ireland, France, Australia, Peru and Antarctica, drawing parallels with Nolan’s travels and captivation with primal landscapes.

  • Rick Greswell Sculpture

    Sculpture | Gardens
    Rick Greswell
    The Buzzer
    30 March - 30 September 2023

    The Buzzer references the nickname of a Russian military radio station, call-sign UVB-76 that has continuously broadcast the same tone and enigmatic coded messages for many years. It speaks from, and reminds us of the era of the Cold War when the threat of nuclear Armageddon and the projection of military power beyond borders was regarded as an ever-present danger. Two months after this work was completed, Russian forces invaded Ukraine.

  • Kate Harvey Sculpture

    Sculpture | Gardens
    Kate Harvey
    Inside Out
    30 March - 30 September 2023

    Inside Out embraces both exterior and interior landscapes and seeks to honour the natural, feminine and domestic. Responding to the environment at The Rodd, Harvey’s sculptures focus on the emptiness of the Granary, reflecting on manual labour, the dependence on the land and the harvest and storage of fodder.

  • Jony Easterby Sculpture

    Installation | Gardens
    Jony Easterby
    Dead Standing
    From 30 March

    As fire passes through landscape, we witness loss and destruction and the remains of a sublime beauty inherent in its force. Dead Standing is a new dry garden installation drawing on Australian bushfire narratives, drought resistant planting and the processes of regeneration.

  • Jony Easterby Artwork

    Exhibition | Rodd Court
    Jony Easterby & Pippa Taylor
    In Praise of Shadows
    April - June

    In culmination of their year with the Trust, 2022 Resident Artists present an exhibition exploring patterns of shadows, light and the darkness formed by the interplay of plants and light, drawing on the influence of Sidney Nolan’s epic Paradise Garden artworks.

  • Dean Cross Artwork

    Exhibition | Gallery
    Dean Cross
    SOMETIMES I MISS THE APPLAUSE
    25 May – 29 July

    SOMETIMES I MISS THE APPLAUSE positions a new Nolan for the 21st century. Informed by his work for the Royal Ballet and originally commissioned by the Heide Museum, Nolan's spiritual home, this exhibition looks at art and life in a post-Nolan Australia.

  • Sidney Nolan in Putney Studio

    Exhibition | Rodd Court
    Sidney Nolan Revealed
    Summer

    Sidney Nolan’s former home, 17th Century Rodd Court, will be used to present new and evolving interpretations of the artist’s life and work. A series of new displays reveal the concept of Process as central to Nolan’s artwork and expose new artworks and artefacts from the Trust’s collection and archive.

  • Plant Communitas Artwork

    Exhibition | Gallery
    Plant Communitas
    Curated by Patricia Brien
    3 August – 30 September

    Plant Communitas features a community of artists from diverse practices, places and different times. Together the artworks in the exhibition highlight the aliveness and presence of the plant kingdom and acknowledges that Western societies are increasingly focusing on the capacity of plants to nourish, nurture, heal and medicate.


2022

Select projects from our 2022 programme

  • Selling Exhibition |
    Mappa Marches
    6 October - 29 October 2022
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  • Painting, Kate Constantine

    Selling Exhibition |
    Ngawiya.Ngubadi (To Give With Love)
    21 July – 1 October 2022
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  • Painting - Fiona McIntyre

    Selling Exhibition |
    Fiona McIntyre: Dreaming The Land
    26 May - 1 October 2022
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  • Residency |
    Konstantina (Kate Constantine)
    18 July - 14 August 2022
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  • Exhibition |
    Sidney Nolan: The Celtic Image
    26 May - 16 July 2022
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  • Sculpture |
    Jim Carter: Of Black Shires
    31 March - 29 October 2022
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  • Selling Exhibition |
    Daniel MacCarthy: The Peace Of Wild Things
    31 March - 21 May 2022
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  • Exhibition |
    Sidney Nolan: Polaroids
    31 March - 14 May 2022
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2021

Select projects from our 2021 programme

  • Exhibition |
    Sidney Nolan: The Colour of the Sky - Auschwitz Paintings
    12 August - 26 September 2021
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  • Exhibition |
    Sidney Nolan: Polaroids
    17 June - 31 July 2021, Informality Gallery, Henley on Thames
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  • Exhibition |
    Nolan à l’Atelier 17
    21 May - 8 August 2021
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  • Exhibition |
    Simon Dorrell: Jackdaws for Company
    21 May - 26 September 2021