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The Kuenyehia Prize, the flagship of the Trust identifies, rewards and helps develop Ghana’s most outstanding artists between the ages of 25 and 40. Winners and runners-up benefit from prize money and materials totalling thirty-five thousand cedis (GHS 35,000) each season.


Judges over the past four seasons include: Professor El Anatsui, the first African to be awarded the Golden Lion for lifetime achievement – the highest honour bestowed on an artist – at the 2015 Venice Biennale; Richard Scott, a South African artist of global repute; Gbenga Oyebode MFR, one of Nigeria’s most influential art collectors; and Professor Ablade Glover, one of the most prolific and collected Ghanaian artist.


The prominence that the Prize gives to its artists provides them with an accelerated boost in their careers, direct financial gain and immense opportunity both locally and internationally.