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The Parkin Drawing Prize is Aotearoa New Zealand’s premier award for drawing. It promotes drawing in all its forms – as discovery, a testing of ideas, and decision making.

 

 

 

Congratulations to the 2020 winner of the Parkin Drawing Prize

Poppy Lekner from Wellington has been named winner for her artwork, Forward Slash.

Poppy's work ‘Forward Slash’, an A4  drawing using the left and right index finger on Brother typewriter, was chosen as the winner from an impressive 482 entries nationwide and 76 finalists at the New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts’ Academy Galleries on Monday 3 August 2020.

See all selected entries


See and purchase artworks from:

Parkin Drawing Prize Exhibition 2020

4 August - 30 August 2020. New Zealand Academy of Fine Arts

1 Queens Wharf, Wellington, NZ  
Hours: daily 10am - 5pm

Entry is free - koha is appreciated.  

All the artworks are for sale, giving admirers and collectors the opportunity to purchase some wonderful pieces. 

See the event info here.

 

 

Parking Drawing Prize 2020 continues

This year’s Parkin Drawing Prize has remained open despite the COVID 19 lock down. There has been no human contact during the entry or selection of finalists phases. The competition will proceed  in line with our original timeline. Selection of the winner and merit recipients will be able to proceed. This is irrespective of whether there are restrictions on the Academy Galleries being able to show an exhibition to the public. We regularly reviewed the situation based on Government and Ministry of Health advice. No scenario has affected the entries, the close off date, or the selection of finalists and winner. We encourage you to come and see the exhibition during August 2020.

Stay safe and well.

 

 
 
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