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Google Launches ‘doodle4google’ a Doodling Competition for South African Artists

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Google Launches ‘doodle4google’ a Doodling Competition for South African Artists

One talented artist will see his or her artwork on the Google homepage, and will receive a R100,000 technology grant for his or her school.

To Enter:
1) Download an entry form at doodle4google

2) Print out and get doodling!
After you’ve downloaded your form(s), print them out and let the creativity flow. Teacher’s hosting doodling sessions for their classroom may find the “Teachers Pack” useful. This offers a guide to running a doodling session and ideas for how to help students make their ideas come to life in illustration.

3) Submit
Applications can be submitted by parents, guardians, teachers and after-school programs. All applications must be accompanied by a completed official entry form signed by the student’s parent or guardian. Incomplete and/or unsigned forms will result in disqualification. Only one application per student please. If more than one is submitted the first received will be considered and the rest disqualified. There is no limit to the amount of applications a classroom or school can submit as long as each one is from a different student.

Deadline Timeline
Oct 22nd – Closing date for entries
Oct 27th – Judging starts
Nov 5th – Judging ends
Nov 12th – Public voting starts
Nov 26th – Public voting closes
Nov 29th Winners announced

Submit your Doodles at:
submit doodle

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