Keeping art alive at The Sidney Nolan Trust

Due to the coronavirus crisis The Sidney Nolan Trust has had to close its doors to the public for the foreseeable future. This will have a enormous impact on our small charity, which since 1985 has supported artists to make and present new work and learners of all ages to develop their creativity. The Trust supports jobs and contributes to the cultural life and economy of Herefordshire and the Welsh Marches.

The crisis will impact all areas of our work and is a huge financial blow to the organisation. We are set to lose most of our income this year, not least our admissions, an income stream of £10,000 that is critically important to us. Our public season is relatively short and we expect much of this year is going to be totally wiped out. 


If you share our commitment to celebrating the work of Sidney Nolan and maintaining access to the arts, please support us during these challenging times by donating your admission fee of £6, or more if you are in a position to do so. Every gift will count!

Sidney Nolan was an innovative and experimental artist who was never daunted by a challenge.  We aim to live up to his remarkable legacy but we need your help in this particularly challenging time. 


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