Win a signed Bob Dylan print
Tuesday 10 June 2008
The Independent has teamed up with the UK’s leading fine art publishers, Washington Green, to give away a limited-edition graphic of Bob Dylan’s Sunday Afternoon, signed by Dylan himself and worth £1,000. To be in with a chance of winning, email your answer to the following question to
At which venue did an audience member famously call Bob Dylan "Judas"?
The Drawn Blank Series will be unveiled to the public at 27 Castle Galleries art stores and at select galleries across the UK. See www.washingtongreen.co.uk for details.
Terms and conditions: Email your answer to email@example.com. Entries must be received by 13 June. Winners will be picked at random and notified by telephone or email on 16 June. The Editor’s decision is final. Only one entry per household. See www.independent.co.uk/legal for standard Independent terms and conditions. No purchase necessary.
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