Do you have you a little Picasso in the house? Well, this may the perfect opportunity for them to hone in on their skills.
Google Ireland has launched the ‘Google Doodle’ art competition for primary school students in third to sixth class to mark 20 years in Ireland.
Children across Ireland are being encouraged to submit their very own Doodle creation based on what they believe Ireland will look like in 20 years.
The prize? 20 lucky creatives will be chosen to undergo a masterclass in Google with a professional Doodler.
Doodles have always been synonymous with Google and they represent the fun, quirky, colourful, and spontaneous changes that the Google logo has taken on for various holidays, anniversaries, and ones inspired by famous artists, pioneers and scientists.
The masterclass will be given by master doodler Matthew Cruickshank on November 1st in the office of Google Dublin. Matthew will travel all the way from the Google HQ in Mountain View, California, to give the lucky winners a glimpse of what life at Google is like and teaching them all about what it takes to become a master Doodler.
The closing date is Tuesday, October 10th.
Parents and guardians of 3rd-6th class students can enter students here .
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