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Parkin Drawing Prize - Selection and judging panel announced

Parkin Drawing Prize - 2018
Selection and judging panel announced.

This year’s judges have been announced for the Parkin Drawing Prize. The selection panel of John Gow, Director of Gow Langsford Gallery, highly regarded art curator and writer Emma Bugden, and Simon Rees, Director of Govett Brewster, will select the finalists .

The winning submission will be selected and announced by renowned painter and teacher Kelcy Taratoa at the NZ Academy of Fine Arts on Tuesday 16 July.

The President of the Academy, Greg Chaston, says “The 2018 Parkin Drawing Prize will once again test all who enter and those who view - an outstanding award made possible by Chris Parkin. The Academy is privileged to play a part”.

The following is a press release from the Parkin Foundation. To read the press release, please click here.

Entries are open
Entries are open for this year’s prize.
All entries must be received and complete by 4 pm on Friday June 8.
Entry is online and can be completed following www.parkinprize.nz.

We look forward to seeing your entry.

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