Congratulations to the 2017 Skywalkers Winners!

This year, 2829 pupils 7 to 13 years old from around the world participated in the Skywalkers category of the Odysseus Contest.  As their boundless imagination was captured by Space, they created amazing artwork, which made the task of the evaluators very difficult.  After two rounds of selection we are delighted to announce the 2017 International winners of the Skywalkers category and to thank all the contestants, their teachers and families for helping make Odysseus Contest a success.

In Juniors Skywalkers Angelina Makula, from the PG St. Ursula School in Salzburg, Austria wins the Grand Prize with the picture entitled “Earth in the future! Erde in der Zukunft”.

Earth in the future! Erde in der Zukunft

Otylia Korczak from Szkoła Podstawowa, in Świątniki Górne, Poland won second place honors with the picture “Europa w kosmosie – Europe in space”.

Giacomo Bertoli, from the “Cristoforo Colombo” primary school, in Pantianicco, Italy created an inspiring construction entitled “Skermus” with robots in a Mars base and won third place honors.

Europa w kosmosie

Skermus

 

In the Senior Skywalkers Kim Hansen, from Collège Stendhal, in Toulouse, France wins the Grand Prize, with “Seule”, picturing a young girl looking at the night sky and wondering if Earth is the only inhabited planet in the Universe.

Seule

Danny Enjalran, from Collège la Sidoine, in Trévoux, France won second place honors with “Tentaculore” a sculpture made by clay, picturing a monster absorbing planets.

Eleni Tsakmani, from the 1st Experimental Primary School of Thessaloniki, Greece, won third place honors with  a colorful and impressive picture entitled “Το σύμπαν με μια άλλη ματιά – The Universe with another look”, showing an alternative way of drawing the Universe.

Tentaculore

The Univerrse with another look