September 19, 2016

Google wants your doodles

From Google

Doodle 4 Google contest open to Oregon students

   This year’s 'Doodle 4 Google,' contest kicked off Sept. 14, with the theme of “What I see for the future…” K-12 artists from across the U.S., Guam and Puerto Rico are invited to bring their imagination to life in a doodle of the Google logo, using any medium they choose. The winning masterpiece will adorn the Google homepage for a day for millions of people to enjoy, and national finalists along with state and territory winners will have their artwork on display online.

   Last year, a 12th grader from Beaverton, Oregon was the state winner for her doodle under the 2015 theme, “What makes me…me,” which you can view here(photos of the winner with her winning Doodle are also available).

   This year, “What I see for the future…” encourages students to visually represent what they anticipate and wish for in the coming years – globally or in their own lives. Whether that future includes flying dogs, living on a shooting star or a great trip with their family, these doodles can be submitted here, at anytime.

For more information on the contest:
Announcement/Doodle 4 Google homepage:

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