Meet our Judges

Kevin Wilson, Writer and Curator

Kevin first visited Tambo’s Grassland Art Gallery in 2010 to undertake community consultation around art and community interaction.

Kevin was the initiator and curator of  the gallery’s Art in the Grasslands project, selecting the artists, mentoring them through their decision making processes and installing and curating the exhibition.

Kevin Wilson has had an extensive career running public galleries in Melbourne, Albury, Noosa and Brisbane for over 20 years.  In the last 7 years he has been principally a curator developing a range of innovative social history and fine arts exhibitions at the State Library of Queensland and QUT Art Museum.  Over his professional career he has curated a broad range of craft and design exhibitions and public programs, including handmade craft; design – from graphic design to architecture; and technology – sound, video and artificial intelligence.  He instigated two key national programs still running today – the Linden Postcard Show and The Floating Land art and environment biennial. He regularly writes essays for artists and reviews exhibitions for Artist Profile magazine.  Currently he is a PHD candidate in Creative Industries at QUT.

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GAP 2024

Grassland Art Prize 2024 A crowd of around 40 art

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Colours of Australia

Robyn O’Sullivan may be considered a relative newcomer in the world of art, but she is determined to make up for lost time.

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Meet our Judge, Sarah Johnson

With twenty-five years of experience in the arts, gallery, and museum sector, we’re excited to have Sarah Johnson as our judge for the GAP 2024