Google Doodle Art Exhibition for Kenya at 50

Google Doodle Exhibition for Kenya at 50

Google Doodle Exhibition for Kenya at 50

As part of the celebrations for Kenya’s Jubilee year, Google invited students to take part in the Doodle Competition. They received about 5,000 submissions and the winner of the competition was one  17 year old Esther Wambui Githinji. Her doodle, “Feet of Gold,”  was featured on the Google Kenya homepage on Mashujaa Day – 20 October 2013.

 

 

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Feet of gold winning Doodle

But do you ever wonder what the others who submitted their entries drew? To see this creativity galore, pass by the National Museum, Agha Khan Hall, this May. I think I will pass by soon and take some pictures .. and perhaps a tour of the museum as well.

Anyway, Google runs the Doodle for Google (D4G) competitions worldwide and to date, they have run the competition in over 30 countries. D4G is one way Google can bring art and technology together while encouraging children to get creative both online and offline.

 

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