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The Sidney Nolan Trust announces new exhibitions and events as it reopens its doors
March 31, 2022 @ 11:00 am - July 20, 2022 @ 4:00 pm
The Sidney Nolan Trust, founded by the late Australian artist Sir Sidney Nolan in 1985, reopens The Rodd Gallery, House and Gardens to visitors on 31 March. This season they will be open Thursday-Saturday, 11am-4pm, with a fantastic series of events, workshops and exhibitions.
Here’s a taste of what’s to come:
31 March – 14 May, The Library, Rodd Court
The polaroid photographs in this exhibition represent just a tiny fragment of Sidney Nolan’s extensive photographic archive, which is estimated to contain more than 30,000 images. The exhibition reveals Nolan’s experimentation with the polaroid format and gives an insight into our ongoing work to conserve this important photographic collection.
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The Peace Of Wild Things
31 March – 21 May, Gallery, The Rodd
The Sidney Nolan Trust is delighted to present a major solo exhibition by painter Daniel MacCarthy. The Peace Of Wild Things is the culmination of a year spent immersed in the natural surroundings of The Rodd. The work which seeks to depict as well as enact a kind of communion with the natural world becomes in the act of making a place of refuge in a time when such places are needed.
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.