About the Doodle4Google Competition
If I have a question about the contest, how do I get in touch with someone at Google?
E-mail us at email@example.com and someone from the Doodle 4 Google team will do the best
to get back to you.
What is the 'Doodle 4 Google' competition?
Doodle 4 Google is a competition open to K-12 students of U.S. schools to create their own Google doodle
inspired by the theme, "If I Could Do Anything, I Would…"
Why is Google doing this competition?
We are delighted to encourage and celebrate the creativity of young people, and are excited to see the range of
creative doodles that are submitted.
Why did you choose the theme "If I Could Do Anything I Would…"?
At Google we believe in thinking big and dreaming big, and we can't think of anything more important than
encouraging students to do the same. We are looking forward to what kind of creative visions kids will submit
for what they would do in the world, if they could do anything. Some potential examples of this year's theme
If I Could Do Anything, I Would…
…Figure out a cure for cancer
…Build a movie theater on the moon
…Be an underwater explorer
Are you partnering with Smithsonian, Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum again this year?
We're excited to be partnering again for the second year in a row with the Smithsonian's, Cooper-Hewitt,
National Design Museum on the Doodle 4 Google competition. At its core, Doodle 4 Google is about the
intersection of art, design and technology, so joining forces with Cooper-Hewitt – a leader in encouraging the
next generation of designers and advancing public understanding of design – is a natural fit. Cooper-Hewitt also
has a lot of experience working with school kids on the importance of design. It held the first ever public exhibit
of last year's 40 Regional Finalists at their museum. The museum also works with teachers to stress how the
design process is a proven method of helping students develop 21st century skills such as: defining pro