Doodle 4 Google teams up with Museum of Fine Arts Houston
In an effort to encourage student participation in the program, Google has teamed up with the Museum of Fine Arts Houston in the student-art initiative Doodle 4 Google.
An exhibition of the finalists' work will be displayed this summer, with a $30,000 college scholarship awarded to the national winner and his or her artwork displayed on the Google homepage. A $50,000 technology grant will also be given to the national winner's school.
MFAH will encourage community participation and will exhibit state finalists' doodles in the Kinder Foundation Education Center, a gallery space focused on showcasing student art.
"We are pleased to support the Doodle 4 Google initiative in Texas, to share the museums educational resources and to facilitate an extraordinary opportunity for Texas children and their schools," said MFAH Director Gary Tinterow in a press release.
All doodles must be submitted by March 23. Entry forms can be picked up and dropped off with doodles in the Kinder Foundation Education Center during regular museum hours. Entry forms can also be downloaded at www.google.com/doodle4google.
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