Bluethumb Art Prize - meet the judges and enter today!

With entries for the 2020 Bluethumb Art Prize now open, let’s meet the judges who are set to crown the winner. Our very own April Ossington, editor of Grand Designs Australia, joins a host of talented judges including Archibald finalist Kim Leutwyler, Aussie icon Ken Done, Bluethumb Art Prize 2018 winner Kim Hyunji and former AFL star tuned artist Gavin Wanganeen. Blak Douglas, esteemed Archibald Prize finalist and favourite to take the 2020 title, also lends his expertise to the judging panel, as does multi-award-winning photographer Bindi Cole Chocka.  For more information, and details on how to enter visit the Bluethumb website. 

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