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doodle for google1


james cipalla

on 19 September 2016

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Welcome to the 2015 Doodle 4 Google competition

From cave paintings to selfies, artists have always found creative ways of expressing themselves. Now, with the Google homepage as their canvas, we’re asking students to do the same. Young artists can doodle to show what makes them unique, and the winner’s artwork will be featured on our homepage for a day.
What does the future look like? Are cities built in the clouds? Is it a place where everyone gets along - even cats and dogs? Or maybe a world where nobody ever gets sick? With the Google homepage as their canvas, young artists are invited to reach into their imagination and share what they see for the future. The winner’s artwork will be featured on the Google homepage.
Students in grades K-12 are invited to take part in the 2015 Doodle 4 Google contest. Like all Google Doodles, each doodle must incorporate the letters G-o-o-g-l-e. One national winner will also receive a $30,000 college scholarship. The contest is open for entries from October 19, 2015 to December 7, 2015.
National Winner
The National Winner will have his or her doodle featured on the U.S. Google.com homepage for one day. He or she will receive:
-A $30,000 college scholarship
-A $50,000 Google for Education grant for his or her school
-A trip to the Google Headquarters in California to meet the Google Doodlers, and the opportunity to nominate a teacher to come on the trip
-A Chromebook
-An Android tablet
National Finalists
The four National Finalists who do not become the National Winner will have their doodles featured in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each National Finalist will receive:
-A $5,000 college scholarship
-A trip to the Google Headquarters in California to meet the Google Doodlers
-An Android tablet
State and Territory Winners
The 48 State and Territory winners who do not become National Finalists will have their doodles included in the Doodle 4 Google gallery. Each State and Territory Winner will receive:
-An Android tablet
Judging Criteria
Doodles will be judged based on the following:

Artistic merit:
based on grade group and artistic skill
based on the representation of the theme and use of the Google logo
Theme communication:
how well the theme is
expressed in the artwork
and the supporting statement
Olivia H - " I hope I see a world where we are all a little closer.
Video games have been a part of my life as far back as I can remember, and have always held a special place in my childhood memories. My portrait reflects my love of games, my appreciation of collective creativity, and the way video games let me share my hobbies and interests with my son. Speaking as someone with few "traditional" art skills, but lots of creativity bouncing around my head, I think it's important for kids to explore all different types of art to allow themselves to find the best way to express themselves.
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