The Greek Herald wants youth to enter its Christmas print cover competition


Calling all youth aged 5 to 18!

As the festive season approaches, The Greek Herald newspaper wants YOU to participate in its annual Christmas competition.

The competition aims to encourage youth participation from schools around Australia to showcase their artistic skills and creativity, as well as providing them with a platform to express their festive spirit through drawings.

The artwork chosen as the top prize winner will be published as the cover image of The Greek Herald’s special Christmas print edition. The top prize winner will also receive a $200 Westfield voucher.

The top 10 finalists will be featured in a dedicated section of The Greek Herald‘s annual Christmas print edition.

the greek herald christmas covers
The Greek Herald’s Christmas covers from past years.

Competition details:

Theme: Christmas in Greece OR a Greek Christmas.

Submission requirements: Children are required to create an original drawing depicting the nominated themes. The artwork should reflect the unique cultural elements and traditions associated with Greek Christmas festivities.

Specifications: Artwork must be provided in portrait A4 or A3.

To participate, interested children or schools must submit their drawings via email to by Friday, December 8 at 5pm with the subject line: Christmas Cover Competition. Please ensure that each submission includes the child’s name, age, school and year grade.




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