Greek Orthodox Community of SA issues call out for Odyssey Art Prize 2023


The Greek Orthodox Community of South Australia’s (GOCSA) Odyssey Festival celebrates 16 years of presence in Adelaide’s cultural scene this year with a diverse program of cultural and artistic events that will take place from Friday, October 6 to Sunday, November 12, 2023.

As part of the Festival, the GOCSA is calling for South Australian artists to apply for the Odyssey Art Prize 2023, which is generously supported by Guardian Insurance.

This year’s theme is “Flavours of Greece” and is open to artists who are active in the field of visual arts and more specifically in painting, drawing, sculpture, photo printing, mixed media, digital art and video.

The first prize winning artist will be awarded $1000 while the second and third prize winning artists will receive $600 and $400 respectively.

Works exhibited by the Odyssey Festival may be made available for sale by artists, with exception to the winning artwork which becomes the property of GOCSA.

Deadline for submitting applications is Friday, September 22 2023, 11:59 pm. The winners will be announced on the festival’s opening night which will be held on Friday, 6 October 2023 at the Olympic Hall.

The application form and entry requirements are available at:




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